But this post is to give you some questions that are a little more fun and crazy, AND yet most of them will still help you get to know your spouse a little better. Studies have also shown that the most happily married couples are happy because they have a lot of fun together." -from 5 Tips To Increase The Fun In Your Marriage-I found these from a board game we have. We were taking a 4 hour drive and so I just grabbed the box of cards that comes in it and left the rest of the game home. What one toy would you like to throw repeatedly at a brick wall? However, to be fair, I have met some wonderful guys online and wasn't completely creeped out by them. We have been slowly removing the need for face to face interaction in almost every aspect of our lives, to the point that we don't need it. I just included this because the answer is hell yes!Social media redefined friendship, You Tube redefined learning and now dating apps are redefining, well, dating. Nothing is more annoying than always being optimistic … See, that's why you should be asking these questions.These are just some of the answers to user-generated questions asked by OKCupid, a dating site and app with 5 million monthly users.
I have to think that the person asking this question is looking for someone who answers “Yes, it would,” not “No, it wouldn’t.” And that, quite simply, is terrifying. Both options, I think most normal people would agree, are terrible.
Despite the clear ridiculousness of dating apps, there is one aspect that could be helpful in your actual dating life. When you get into your 20s, this question becomes more and more important.
I find it fairly scary there are people using a dating site to find a lover who showers once a month, eats garbage, likes tortured animals and finds the threat of nuclear war exciting.
Remember what your relationship was like in the beginning, when you could talk hours upon hours?
It's funny how time would just fly by and you would never run out of things to say!