We hope they’ll be useful to you in the real world.Before we could go looking for correlations to deeper stuff, our first task was to decide which questions were even first-date appropriate.Each of you should take a turn answering each question. Given the choice of anyone in the world, whom would you want as a dinner guest? We've been together 26 years and I welcome (and even need) to have the chance to connect with her on new levels. :( Dear Psychology Today: Thank you for this Facebook link, probably aimed at women between the age of 30-45, but I think we both know how completely irritated my husband (or any man) would be if I asked him any single one of these questions. I went into it with faith that it'd be a good thing and my spouse started scrolling on one question while I was talking (to see the next question).
I also know that if I had to wade through hundreds of thousands of user-submitted questions like these verbatim examples: I would go fucking insane.
So it didn't work for me and now I feel like we're doomed.
Then he got up to get something to eat while I was on the "life story" question and just yelled for me to keep talking because he was listening.
The basic currency of the Internet is human ignorance, and, frankly, our database holds a strong cash position!
So, instead of judging each question’s first-date appropriateness subjectively, I turned to statistics.