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131 Yes or No Questions For Couples To Bond With Each Other

Yes or no questions for couples are a great conversation starter for all occasions. No matter where you are or what you’re doing, they’re accessible and take very little time to go through.

There’s only one golden rule that you have to remember, and that is “no cheating”! The game is called “yes or no” for a reason: no matter the questions, you should only use those 2 words to answer.

Stick to the theme and avoid answering with “oh, it depends”, “I don’t know” or the like.

A lot of the time, the first answer that pops into your head is what you actually want to say in that scenario; it’s the truth. If you stop to think about your answer, you’re trying to justify it or to contradict yourself.

What’s more, what better time to be honest than when you’re having a conversation with your significant other?

You can also choose to throw each other a few curveballs and see how the other one responds (they could be funny or deep couple questions).

If you’re curious why the answer is “yes” or “no”, just note down that question and talk about it more later. It’s always a good idea to spend quality time together and have meaningful discussions with your loved one.

So without further ado, let’s get into the toplist!

Hobbies Yes or No Questions

We tend to live pretty full lives nowadays. Chances are you don’t know all of your significant other’s passions! Time to learn some more about them.

  1. Do you play an instrument?
  2. Are you into arts & crafts?
  3. Do you enjoy clubbing?
  4. Do you identify as a geek or a nerd?
  5. Are you part of any fandoms?
  6. Do you like video games?
  7. Do you play any sports?
  8. Are you an athletic person?
  9. Do you play chess or similar games?
  10. Do you like cooking?
  11. Have you ever turned a skill into a hobby?
  12. Do you like singing?
  13. Do you enjoy making people laugh?
  14. Have you ever stopped doing something you like?
  15. Have you ever picked up a new hobby for a friend?

Childhood/Family Yes or No Questions

We’re all who we are today in big part because of our childhood. Do you know all there is to know about your partner’s family, cultural background or upbringing?

If not, then start knowing more with the questions below.

  1. Are you an only child?
  2. Have you ever lied to get away with something you did as a child?
  3. Do you think you’ve had a happy childhood?
  4. Were you ever so angry with your parents that you wanted to run away?
  5. Did you play with dolls as a child?
  6. Would you have picked toys or video games as a child?
  7. Did your parents always buy you what you wanted?
  8. What were you most passionate about as a child?
  9. Did you ever dress up as a child and put on a show for your parents?
  10. Did your parents use to take you to school?
  11. Did you have many friends as a child?
  12. Did you like going to school? 
  13. Was homework annoying for you during school?
  14. Were you a good student at school?
  15. Do you think you had good grades at school?
  16. Did you play any sports at school?
  17. Did you ever cuss at your parents?
  18. Do you think your parents taught you good values?
  19. Did you ever break something in your household out of spite?
  20. Did you ever skip school?
  21. Were you ever influenced by your friends to do something you normally wouldn’t?
  22. Were you a teacher’s favorite in school?
  23. Have you ever fallen asleep in class?
  24. Did you find school boring?
  25. Did you have a girlfriend/boyfriend in middle school?
  26. Did your parents use to ground you as a punishment?
  27. Did you have a curfew as a child or teen?
  28. Are your parents forgiving?
  29. Does your family expect certain things from you?
  30. Were you compared with other kids when you were a child?
  31. Did you try to be a “cool kid” in school?

Friendships Yes or No Questions

Even though you’re in a relationship, you both have other important people in your lives too. Showing interest in your S.O.’s friends is a great way of letting them know you care about them as a person.

Who knows, maybe you could become close with the other’s friends too! Here are some yes or no questions for couples to use.

  1. Did your friends have a nickname for you? Do you have a nickname now?
  2. Have you known your best friend for 5+ years?
  3. Do you think you have many friends?
  4. Could you count on your friends in an emergency?
  5. Have you ever lent money to your friends?
  6. Do any of your friends owe you money?
  7. Do you form friendships based on shared interests?
  8. Do you have multiple “best friends”?
  9. Do you like my friends?
  10. Do you think I like your friends?
  11. Are you willing to stand up for your friends?
  12. Have you ever had a heated argument with a friend?
  13. Did you ever get into a fight with a friend?
  14. Are friendships important to you?
  15. Would you pick a friend over a family member?
  16. Have you ever lied to a friend?
  17. Have you ever betrayed a friend?
  18. Have your friends ever hurt your feelings?
  19. Were you ever “friends with benefits” with anyone?
  20. Do you feel estranged from any of your current friends?

Relationship Yes or No Questions

What article would this be without a section dedicated to love? Curious about your partner’s former relationships? Want to know more about what they think about life as a couple? It’s time for meaningful conversations!

  1. Have you had many past relationships?
  2. Have you ever been cheated on?
  3. Were you happy in previous relationships?
  4. Do you want to get married?
  5. Do you want children?
  6. Do you think partners should give each other gifts?
  7. Is dining out together quality time?
  8. Would you change anything in our relationship?
  9. Do you think I can tell if you’re sad?
  10. Do you think your past relationships moved too fast?
  11. Should cheating be forgiven?
  12. Were you ever friend zoned?
  13. Have you had relationships that lasted more than 3 years?
  14. Do you think it’s ok to date a friend’s ex?
  15. Do you think people in a relationship should spend a lot of time with each other?
  16. Have you ever been really mad at me?
  17. Do you want us to live together eventually?
  18. Is it ok to cry in front of your partner?
  19. Are white lies acceptable in a relationship?
  20. Have you ever confessed to a crush?
  21. Were you ever dumped via text or not in person?
  22. Would you change cities to be with the one you love?
  23. Are compromises a core relationship aspect?
  24. Can you be in love with multiple people?

Casual and Deep Yes or No Questions

Sometimes you just want to be random, and that’s fine! Here are some yes or no questions for couples for when you want to mess around and have innocent fun.

Likewise, we also have some suggestions for broader topics that you can expand on down the line.

  1. Have you ever stolen a roommate or co-worker’s food?
  2. Are you a good driver?
  3. Have you ever given a statement to the police?
  4. Do you aim to be a “funny guy/girl”? 
  5. Do you like to travel?
  6. Have you been to many foreign countries?
  7. Do you believe in vengeance?
  8. Do you like to read?
  9. Do you enjoy re-watching good movies or series?
  10. Are you a trusting person?
  11. Are you more of a pessimist or an optimist?
  12. Do you like your job?
  13. Would you rather be doing something else with your life right now?
  14. Do first impressions matter?
  15. Are you willing to change your opinion if proven wrong?
  16. Can you admit your mistakes?
  17. Is money really important to you?
  18. Do you try to have as much free time as possible?
  19. Do you believe in a higher power?
  20. Have you ever lied about yourself?
  21. Are you good with secrets?
  22. Do you tend to meddle in people’s private business?
  23. Have you ever stepped on your principles?
  24. Is it important to be true to yourself?
  25. Have you ever laughed so hard you got dizzy?
  26. Do you believe in magic?
  27. Do you ever try on clothes you know you won’t buy?
  28. Do you enjoy spending time alone?
  29. Have you ever been majorly disappointed by a friend or loved one?
  30. Is breakfast for dinner acceptable?
  31. Should you put on your pants before your socks?
  32. Is the thermostat setting a reason for arguing?
  33. Are caterpillars better than butterflies?
  34. Do you enjoy eating?
  35. Would you bring a wallet found on the street to the police?
  36. Do you have any regrets?
  37. Does money bring happiness?
  38. Would you cheat on a test?
  39. Is there a meaning to life?
  40. Have you learned from your mistakes?
  41. Do sweets taste better after 10pm?

2 More Suggestions!

These 131 yes or no questions for couples are an amazing tool for laying the foundation of great conversations.

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