50 Relationship Questions to Test Your Compatibility

50 Relationship Questions to Test Your Compatibility
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50 Relationship Questions to Test Your Compatibility

You have got into a relationship but are not sure whether you both are compatible. What should you do? Simple! Ask your partner a few questions that would help you two figure out whether you are compatible with each other or not. You might be a little conscious of presenting these questions to your partner but then, how else do you intend to figure it out? Talk to your partner and discuss at length the importance of being compatible with each other to take the relationship forward. It is better to be clear about these things in the initial phase of relationship than figuring out something later that would have an adverse effect on your relationship. [ Read: 14 Awkward Questions You Should Avoid Asking a Guy ]

Here are 50 Relationship Questions to Test Your Compatibility:

  1. Which is your favourite book?
  2. When do you go to bed?
  3. Are you a morning person?
  4. What are your career goals?
  5. What kind of music do you like listening to?
  6. What turns you on about me?
  7. How much do you trust me?
  8. What is your zodiac sign?
  9. Which is your favourite colour?
  10. Which is your favourite holiday destination? [ Read: 11 Things a Man Should Never Say to His Woman! ]
  11. How many relationships have you had in the past?
  12. Do you think saying sorry makes one feel smaller?
  13. When is my birthday?
  14. Do you like vegetarian or non-vegetarian food?
  15. Which is your favourite memory of the both of us?
  16. Do you use a sanitizer to wash your hands?
  17. Coffee or tea?
  18. Are you for/against open relationships?
  19. How many friends do you have?
  20. Are you a party animal?
  21. Do you prefer eating home-cooked food over restaurant meals?
  22. Western classical or rock music? [ Read: 10 ways to get a guy to ask you out ]
  23. What are your thoughts on long-distance relationships?
  24. Would you mind me skipping a family brunch for work?
  25. Do you mind the fact that I have male/female friends?
  26. Do you give in to temptation easily?
  27. Would you still love me if I happen to put on weight?
  28. What are the things you like about me?
  29. What are the things that you dislike about me?
  30. Would you like me to change something about myself?
  31. Do you think an adult reading a comic book is silly?
  32. Do you love me for the way I look or the way I am?
  33. Do you cheat on your diet? [ Read: 15 Things Girls Wish Guys Knew about Girls ]
  34. How often do you go on vacation?
  35. Beaches or mountains?
  36. Are you a daydreamer?
  37. Do you ever think about me when I am not around?
  38. Do you like my parents?
  39. What you think about marriage?
  40. If you find some money lying on the road, would you try returning it to the owner or keep it for yourself?
  41. How often do you go to clubs?
  42. Do you like kids? [ Read: My childhood was not like other kids. ]
  43. Do you drink occasionally or are a heavy drinker?
  44. Do you believe in love that lasts forever?
  45. Do you smoke?
  46. What is the craziest thing you have done in life?
  47. Are you an adventure freak?
  48. Have you ever cheated on any of your partners in the past?
  49. What do you find most attractive about me?
  50. Would you be a good parent? [ Read: Why Everybody Should Love Their Parents ]
  51. Do you prefer love over your career or is it the other way around?

Do not lie to your partner or put them under any kind of wrong impression.  Be honest with your intention of asking these questions. You would not want them to be upset, right? If you want to ask a question that you think your partner will feel uncomfortable answering, ask it in an indirect and subtle manner. Do not over think and stop yourself asking about anything that you want to know. If your questions are valid and bring to the forefront some of your concerns, then your partner will be more than willing to answer them. If your partner seems hesitant to answer any of the questions, you have every right to doubt the validity of his answers. At the same time, you should keep your composure so that your partner does not feel intimidated or uncomfortable.