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30 of the Best "Would You Rather" Questions for Couples

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More Than Just a List of Questions

If you have stumbled upon this post, you are probably wondering...

Why exactly are these the best would you rather questions for couples?

What you are about to read and participate in, may not be the funniest, craziest, or dirtiest list of “would you rather questions” that you have seen online. Fortunately, this much more than your typical clickbait listing to get a quick laugh.

Ultimately, these life-changing questions will help you build better relationships.


You Will Learn How to Love Better

After you have gone through all 30 of the questions, you will discover something new about yourself and your partner.

These questions are for anyone who has ever been in a relationship.

You can be married, dating, or single. Both women and men will find this information extremely practical and applicable to their love life.


Are you single?

If you are single, you will gain valuable insight about past relationships that didn’t work out. Single people will also be able to apply these ideas when with a prospective boyfriend or girlfriend.


Are you with someone?

If you are married or dating someone, you will discover useful ways to strengthen your current relationship.


Resolving conflicts in a relationship requires better communication.

Resolving conflicts in a relationship requires better communication.

The Best Would You Rather Questions for Couples (Questions 1 to 20)

As you complete the first 20 questions, you will see some patterns emerging.

You will start to understand what kinds of things you like about your partner. Plus, you will probably notice some shortcomings that can easily be improved.

The last 10 questions are more direct and based on a concept from a special self-help book for couples. More information about the book, the author, and other details will be highlighted after completing questions 1 to 20.


Now, are you ready to begin?

Here is the first round of questions...


Understand your partner's true colors in love, life, and marriage.

Understand your partner's true colors in love, life, and marriage.


Well done. You finished the first 20 would you rather questions for couples.

There are 10 more questions at the bottom of the page.


Did you notice any patterns or themes emerging from your responses?

Likely, you discovered specific things that you like (or dislike) about your partner.

Perhaps your responses also further clarified for yourself what makes you feel good in a relationship.


What book inspired these questions for couples?

The idea for these “would you rather” questions for couples were inspired by Gary Chapman’s book, originally published in 1995, called The 5 Love Languages. In this New York Times bestseller, Dr. Chapman explains that every person has five ways of experiencing and expressing love.


Do you know what the love languages are?

Scroll down to view the 5 love languages and finish the remaining questions.


The 5 Love Languages

  1. Words of affirmation
  2. Acts of service
  3. Receiving gifts
  4. Quality time
  5. Physical touch


After completing the first 20 questions, did you discover which of these five factors you respond to the most personally?

Likely, one or two of the love languages are going to be more important to you than the others. Try to pinpoint your primary and secondary love languages.

With these concepts in mind, the remaining questions will help you discover them.

Scroll down further to complete questions 21 to 30.


Learning your partner's love language will put your relationship on the right path.

Learning your partner's love language will put your relationship on the right path.

The Best Would You Rather Questions for Couples (Questions 21 to 30)

The remaining questions focus on the 5 love languages specifically.

Try to select the most accurate answer for each question.

Again, remember to be honest with yourself when selecting your responses.



Congrats on completing all 30 of the questions!

Hopefully, you now have a clearer understanding of what your most important love languages are.

To finish up, you can select your primary and secondary love languages below.

You can also see how your responses compare to others.


Conclusion and Discussion Questions

To improve your relationship with your partner, it is important that you understand your own primary and secondary love languages. Let your partner know what they are. Make sure that you know your partner’s most important love languages as well.

Love is a two-way street.

Or maybe it is more like a 5-lane highway with two-way traffic?

Communicate these simple yet highly effective principles to each other more often and your relationship will thrive.


Share Your Thoughts

What did you think of the 30 would you rather questions for couples?

Did you learn something new about yourself and your partner after doing this?

Please share your opinions in the comments section after the video below.


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