6 Getting to Know You Questions and Topics One of the best things about new relationships, wither it be romantic or not, is the getting to know you phase. This is the time you get to feel each other out, ask questions, and just have fun as you get to figure out what makes the other interesting. While it can be new and exciting, sometimes it can also be daunting. You don’t want to come off like your whole world revolves around them, but you also don’t want to seem like you’re not interested. That is why we have created a list of the best topics to pick getting to know you questions from.
11 Never Forget!
22 Pull from your Surroundings.
So don’t think too much about your questions and just let them come to you, literally. Maybe you will see someone while you’re in line for food, wandering along the mall, or ridding a rollercoaster. No matter what brought up the questions or topic, the important part is that it is happening right now which makes it a hot discussion. Questions from this realm are going to help create memories that you can share together in the future, because it’s something new to the both of you.
Examples of questions in this category might lean towards the food, environment, or activity you are doing at the moment. For example, you two are trying out a new restaurant and it’s terrible. By jus asking how is the food, you two can giggle at how horrible the food it and maybe continue laugh as you two head to get burgers or something.
33 Use Yourself as a Guide.
44 Don’t Forget the Hobbies.
IMPORANT! Take mental notes during these questions, because this will give your ideas on how to build the relationship. For example if they love watching movies, then when you want to hang out again invite them to see a movie. If the hate hanging out with big crowds, then it is probably smart to not invite them to a party. These questions will give you all the information you need to strengthen your connection. Here are some perfect questions that will explore their passions.
What do you like to do in your spare time?
What is your favorite thing to do?
Do you have any hobbies?
55 Friends, Friends, and more Friends.
When you ask questions about friends, you are opening up the conversation to another level. Be prepared to go on a journey as they share some of their wildest memories with friends. This is always one of my favorite topics, because it always leads to laughter. You can get the ball rolling with a few of these questions.
What do you and your friends like to do for fun?
What is the craziest memory you have with your friends?
What is your best friend like?
66 It’s all about the family!
By asking questions about their parents, siblings, traditions, or pets you are showing that you are truly interested in them and the people they consider to be important. But remember, sometimes people don’t have the best family experiences and that is ok as well. Don’t feel ashamed or embarrassed for bringing up a touchy subject, because you didn’t know. Instead roll with the punches and if it feels like they are open about talking, then ask questions. Chances are you will find some amazing detail you never would have found with other questions. Not to mention it creates a special bond when someone shares something personal with someone else. Check out some of these amazing family questions.
Do you have any siblings?
What is your favorite family tradition?
Do you guys do anything special for (enter special occasion if it applies)
Do you have any pets?