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350 Conversation Starters For Couples- From Fun to Deep

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Conversation starters for couplesConversation starters for couples are essential for having smooth and very fun discussions. I think we’ve all heard the phrase ‘Communication is Key’, but when it comes to communicating, we tend to lag or hold back sometimes.

Healthy communication is important for any relationship, be it romantic or otherwise. It doesn’t matter if it’s been years of dating or if you’ve just gotten into a relationship; we all are always on the lookout for some new topics for our conversations. What better way to know all about your partner than to talk, right?

We believe conversation is what brings people together, and if you’re looking for how to be better at talking, don’t worry, we’ve got you!

Table of Contents:

  • Deep Conversation Starters For Couples
  • Good Conversation Starters For Couples
  • Intimate Conversation Starters For Couples
  • Fun Conversation Starters For Couples
  • Questions to get to know your partner better
  • Hot conversation topics for couples
  • Conversation topics for teenage couples

Deep Conversation Starters For Couples

Are you looking forward to having meaningful & deep conversations with your partner? These conversation starters will initiate some of the most important talks you’ll ever have! 

1.  What is your definition of a home?

2. What does family mean to you?

3. What do you do to feel good about yourself?

4. What is your take on religion?

5. What do you think life is all about?

6. What do you do to give back to society?

7. Do you think it is everyone’s responsibility to give back to society?

8. What are your ambitions?

9. What did you want to be when you were a child?

10. Who is your role model in your family?

11. Who is the one person you have always looked up to?

12. What do you think is ‘Love’?

13. What is success to you?

14. Do you value your peace of mind?

15. Would you rather love or be loved?

16. Do you have any secrets that you have kept from most people?

17. What is the most embarrassing thing you’ve ever done?

18. What do you think is your best quality?

19. What do you think is your biggest fear?

20. What would you say is one thing you don’t like about yourself?

21. What is one thing in the world you wouldn’t ever trade?

22. Who do you value the most in your life?

23. Tell me about your first love.

24. Would you say you’ve ever been in love?

25. When do you feel your best?

26. Who are you most comfortable around?

27. What does it mean to feel safe around a person for you?

28. When was the last time you cried? What can I do to make you feel better when things seem to get a little bad for you?

29. What does ‘Equality between partners’ mean to you?

30. What, according to you, is the best way to care for yourself?

31. What do you do to unwind after a long hectic day?

32. What is one bad habit you successfully got rid of?

33. What is the best lesson you’ve learned in life yet?

34. What makes you feel seen and heard in a relationship?

35. How can I make you feel valued and understood in our relationship?

36. What can I do to make you feel appreciated?

37. Do you think you are comfortable enough to communicate your concerns openly in this relationship?

38. Do you feel like you get enough space in this relationship? If not, what can I do to improve that?

39. Do you think mutual understanding in a relationship is necessary?

40. What are three things you wouldn’t want to ever live without?

41. How was your very first encounter with death?

42. Have you ever had to grieve a loss that you didn’t want to?

43. Do you value others’ opinions even if they may be different than your own at times?

44. Do you think your happiness in a relationship depends upon your partner?

45. Do you think your happiness is your responsibility?

46. Do you like to plan things in advance? Especially things like finances?

47. What are you passionate about?

48. Do you believe in the power of the universe?

49. Do you believe aliens or a God exists?

50. Do you believe in soulmates?

Good Conversation Starters For Couples

Good conversation starters for couples

Below are some of the best working romantic conversation starters. If you want tonight to be a romantic night, use these conversation starters!

51. Do you consider yourself a romantic person?

52. What is your best date idea?

53. Where would you want to go on a date?

54. Do you like slow dancing?

55. What is the first thing you noticed about me?

56. When did you have your first ever kiss?

57. How did your first kiss make you feel?

58. How do my kisses make you feel?

59. What is your all-time favorite romantic song?

60. Do you believe in the inherent romance of singing to your partner?

61. Do you think there’s just something so romantic about watching a sky full of stars with your partner?

62. Do you believe in love at first sight?

63. Do you believe you have a soulmate somewhere in the world?

64. Have you ever had a one-night stand?

65. Would you rather be showered with gifts or your partner’s presence at all times?

66. Do you prefer a night of staying in bed watching movies or going out for dinner to a fancy restaurant?

67. Do you prefer a walk at the beach with your partner at night or to watch a movie at the theater?

68. What is your favorite memory of us?

69. Do you like rom-com movies?

70. Do you like the Christmas season?

71. When we were apart, what did you miss the most?

72. What are some of the moments that made you fall in love with me?

73. What is something that you’ve never said out loud before?

74. What do you think makes you the best partner to be in a relationship with?

75. What do you think makes me the best partner to be in a relationship with?

76. What is your favorite honeymoon destination?

77. Do you like the idea of a romantic getaway or a ‘Baecation’?

78. Do you think we both make good partners?

79. Do you think we make a good team?

80. How important is love for you in long-term relationships?

81. How can I show you love?

82. What is your love language?

83. What can we do to always keep the spark alive in our relationship?

84. On a scale of one to ten, how lucky do you think you are to have found me?

85. What’s your favorite meal to eat on date nights?

86. What is your favorite romantic movie?

87. According to you, what is the number one thing that makes a relationship last?

88. What is one gesture you find extremely romantic?

89. If you could travel anywhere in the world with me, with no financial constraints whatsoever, where would you want to go?

90. What was your favorite part about our first kiss?

91. What song makes you think of me?

92. What outfit I own is your favorite?

93. What was the moment that made you say ‘I love you,’ instantly to me?

94. What was your first impression of me?

95. What is your idea of the perfect date?

96. What is the one thing you look at that always reminds you of me?

97. Have you ever had a dream about me?

98. What could I do to help you feel more secure in this relationship?

99. When we’re with my family, do you still always feel like my priority?

100. What is one question you’ve never asked me but would want to know?

Intimate Conversation Starters For Couples

Intimate conversation starters for couples

It is actually very fun to have sexy conversations with your partner. You just feel amazing and wish to continue doing it all the time. Here are amazing conversation starters for couples to enjoy sexy talks.

101. What part of my body do you like the most?

102. What is something you enjoy in bed?

103. What does physical intimacy mean to you?

104. Do you feel comfortable enough around me?

105. What’s the hottest memory you have of us?

106. What would you say is your wildest fantasy?

107. Would you like me to explore your body more?

108. Would you like to explore my body more?

109. For you, what does it mean to be good in bed?

110. If you could relive any of your sexual endeavors, which one would it be?

111. Do you prefer morning or night sex?

112. What is the hottest position you’ve ever tried?

113. Where is the wildest place you’ve ever made love?

114. Is there a place you’d like us to make out?

115. What is your biggest turn-on during love-making?

116. What is your biggest turn-off during love-making?

117. Do you prefer being the dominant one (on top) or the submissive one (bottom)?

118. What’s the craziest position you’ve ever tried?

119. Have you ever been to a strip club?

120. Have you ever been skinny dipping?

121. What is one non-sexual thing that turns you on the most?

122. Is there anything specific that makes you physically attracted to me?

123. What outfit do you like me most in? Would you take it off me when we’re alone?

124. Do you enjoy being the little spoon or the big spoon?

125. Do you like cuddling and holding me?

126. Do you like it when I rub my lips on your neck?

127. Do you have any secret fetishes that I don’t know of?

128. Do you frequently watch erotic movies?

129. Do you like sending/receiving nudes?

130. Have you ever had a lap dance?

131. How do you feel about being submissive during love-making?

132. How do you feel about being dominant during love-making?

133. How would you like to see me dressed up on a special sexual occasion?

134. Do you like engaging in foreplay or roleplay?

135. What is something you do to feel sexy?

136. What was the wildest dream you’ve had about me?

137. What is the wildest sexual dream you have ever had?

138. What is something that makes a person instantly physically attractive to you?

139. What can I do to make our sexual experiences better?

140. If you could make love anywhere in the world, where would it be?

141. If you could have sex with anyone celebrity, who would it be and why?

142. What is your idea of an erotic vacation/ vacation?

143. Have you ever been caught making out with someone?

144. What is something you’ve always wanted to ask me to try but didn’t because you thought I wouldn’t like it?

145. Is there a specific movie scene that turns you on? Do you want to watch it with me?

146. Where do you like being kissed the most?

147. Describe the last time you got turned on in public.

148. Would you rather make love on a moving train, a car backseat, or on an airplane?

149. Are there particular songs that tend to put you in the mood?

150. Would you be open to the idea of trying to make as much noise as possible when making love?

Fun Conversation Starters For Couples

Fun conversation starters for couples

There is nothing better than jokes and laughs surrounding a room. Here are some funny conversation starters to initiate crazy talks that will cheer you up!

151. What is your go-to ‘flirting’ move?

152. Do you have a favorite cheesy pickup line?

153. What is one reality tv show you would like to be on?

154. Would you like to be on the show “Friends” someday?

155. Who was your favorite cartoon character as a kid?

156. If you could be any animal for a day, which one would you want to be?

157. What do you believe is your ‘soul’ age?

158. What would the title of your autobiography be?

159. Which actor would you want to play your role in your autobiography?

160. What was your first email address?

161. Have you ever dated someone that was a bad kisser?

162. What is one serious moment that turned into a funny one that you still remember?

163. Do you believe in ghosts?

164. What is one fictional animal you wish was real?

165. What is your favorite knock-knock joke?

166. What is your funniest embarrassing moment to date?

167. What would you want to be known for if you were a social media influencer?

168. What is one obsession you had as a kid that you don’t know?

169. Do you believe you would survive a zombie apocalypse?

170. What is the weirdest date you’ve ever been on?

171. Do you have an embarrassing yet funny story?

172. What is the funniest joke you’ve ever heard?

173. What is the weirdest smell you’ve ever smelt?

174. What would be your fictional dream job?

175. What is something that you think everyone looks funny doing?

176. What is the absolute worst name for a person you’ve come across?

177. What is one weird thing you’ve always wanted to do in public?

178. What is one prank you want to play on someone?

179. If animals could talk, which animal do you think would be the rudest one?

180. If raccoons could talk, do you think their voice would be high pitched or low pitched?

181. What is one voiceover from a movie you can do extremely well?

182. Who do you like impersonating the most?

183. What is the weirdest thing you’ve ever eaten?

184. What is one funny drunk story about your friend that never fails to crack you up?

185. What is something embarrassing you’ve done as a teenager that you look back and laugh at?

186. What was the worst outfit you’ve put together?

187. Have you ever seen someone be a fashion disaster?

188. What is the cheesiest pickup line someone has said to you?

189. If you had to change your name to something funny, what would it be?

190. What would this chapter of your life be called in your autobiography, if you were to write one?

191. What is one silly thing you love doing?

192. What is the funniest video you’ve come across?

193. Show me your favorite meme?

194. What was your favorite restaurant as a kid?

195. Do you have an embarrassing childhood story?

196. What was the best Halloween costume that you’ve ever come up with?

197. What is the worst name anyone could name their baby?

198. What is one thing you find hilarious no matter what?

199. What is your favorite inside joke that we share?

200. Have you ever had a super weird dream?

Questions to get to know your partner better

Some conversations can completely change your perception about your partner. Things you never have known, or understood, finally start to make sense. This helps in growing a deeper & stronger bond!

Below are some questions that take you closer to reality and growth.

201. What is your dream job?

202. Where did you grow up?

203. Who was one person you looked up to while growing up?

204. What is one incident from your childhood that you still remember well?

205. When would you say you are the happiest?

206. What is your biggest pet peeve?

207. What is your favorite food?

208. Who is your biggest celebrity crush?

209. What is something you never want to give up on?

210. What is one thing you absolutely love doing?

211. What are some of your favorite ways to pass time?

212. Who are your top 3 favorite people of all time?

213. What is one silly thing you believed in as a child, that you wish you still could?

214. How old were you when you had your first crush?

215. Who was your first crush?

216. What is your favorite movie?

217. Do you have a favorite book? If so, which one?

218. What is your favorite color, and why?

219. Which is your favorite animal?

220. What was your very first pet? What was its name?

221. What is your biggest fear?

222. Do you have any insecurities?

223. If you had to pick, what would be your last meal?

224. Who is the person you cannot ever think of losing?

225. Who or what is someone that makes you believe in humanity?

226. Who’s concert was the first one you ever attended?

227. What is one school memory that you hold very close to your heart?

228. What piece of advice have you received that you have held on to?

229. What is one piece of advice you have given to someone to help them?

230. How do you deal with your anger and frustration?

231. Do you believe it is as important to be understood as it is to understand someone?

232. If you were to win a lottery, what is the first thing you would buy with the money?

233. Do you like sports?

234. Is there a sport you played as a kid?

235. What would you say has been your biggest challenge in life so far?

236. What is one aspect or area of your life that you work on constantly to improve?

237. What was your proudest moment yet?

238. What is something you believe in that doesn’t necessarily make sense to someone else?

239. What is something you wish you knew as a child?

240. If you could go back in time, what is one piece of advice you would give to your younger self?

241. Would you rather look into the future or relive the past if you get the chance?

242. How important is ambition, according to you?

243. Do you have any regrets?

244. How do you usually make decisions?

245. Do you like being heard when you’re talking/ venting, or do you appreciate advice?

246. What is the coolest place you have ever been to?

247. What is one place in the world you want to visit as soon as possible?

248. What is your favorite ice cream flavor?

249. Do you believe in astrology? What is your zodiac sign?

250. Are you a dog or a cat person?

Hot conversation topics for couples

Deep conversation starters for couples

When you finally start going into deeper conversations, it’s time to open your minds together for greater ideas. Talk about things that are today’s reality and how everything affects everything.

Talk about what is smart and what is not.

Here are  hot conversation topics for couples to discuss brilliant things.

251. Do you believe in climate change?

252. What is your understanding of ‘freedom of speech’?

253. What is your take on the topic of ‘artificial intelligence’?

254. What do you think you like and dislike most about the internet?

255. Do you think people in authority tend to abuse their powers more times than not?

256. What is something you did during the pandemic to help your mental health?

257. How did you spend your time during the lockdown?

258. Do you think health insurance is worth it?

259. What are your ideas on religious freedom?

260. What do you think is ‘Atheism’? Have you ever met an atheist?

261. What is something you would say makes you unique?

262. If you could describe yourself in 3 words, what would they be?

263. What is something you think no one can guess about you?

264. What is your favorite way to pass the time?

265. What is one quality you appreciate the most in me?

266. Do you have any long-term plans?

267. Do you believe we see eye to eye on the important things of life?

268. Where do you see our relationship going in the future?

269. What is the worst pickup line that someone has used on you?

270. What is your take on life?

271. What is something you wished would turn out differently?

272. What is a deal-breaker in a relationship for you?

273. What qualities do you prefer in the person you date?

274. How romantic would you say you are, on a scale of 1 to 10 (one being not romantic at all)?

275. What is something you cannot live without?

276. Do you believe in an afterlife?

277. Do you think you share a good relationship with your body?

278. How important is it for you to treat your partner the way you would like to be treated?

279. How do you deal with jealousy or envy in a relationship?

280. What is one thing about your personality you are currently working on?

281. How important is mental health for you?

282. What is your take on feminism or gender equality?

283. Is there anything that makes you anxious?

284. What is something you do to relieve stress?

284. What is one food item or meal that reminds you of home?

286. Are you pro or anti-vaccine? Why or why not?

287. What do you think is most important to bring about a change?

288. Do you believe the youth have the power to bring about a change?

289. What do you think is immigration? What do you think about current immigration laws?

290. What, according to you, is most necessary for a country to develop?

291. What are your take on abortion and the laws relating to it?

292. Do you think marriage is really important?

293. Can social media be used as a tool for change?

294. What is your take on awareness around mental health and its issues?

295. Are you aware of the LGBTQIA+ community and their rights?

296. Do you support the LGBTQIA+ community?

297. What is your opinion on religious extremism?

298. What is something you wish our country would do differently?

299. How aware are you of your traumas and insecurities?

300. What do you think is psychotherapy? Have you ever been to a therapist?

Conversation topics for teenage couples

Simple conversation topics for teenage couples to start knowing each other a little. These questions can help you understand basic personality traits about each other and if you’re a good match.

301. Who is your best friend?

302. If you could spend one day anywhere in the world, where would it be?

303. What is your favorite thing to do in your free time?

304. What are some of your hobbies?

305. What kind of music do you enjoy?

306. What is your most embarrassing memory as a kid?

307. If you could be any animal, what would you want to be?

308. What is one time you lied to your parents to sneak out of the house?

309. What does your perfect day look like?

310. What is something that you wished you could do?

311. If you could be in any movie, which one would you pick?

312. If there were a time, you would like to go back to your childhood, which one would it be?

313. Do you believe in astrology?

314. Do you always enjoy hanging out with your friends?

315. What is your dream career like?

316. What does your future home look like?

317. What is something you think I should know about you?

318. Do you play any sports? If yes, which is your favorite part of the game?

319. Do you enjoy video games?

320. Do you think taking time for yourself is important?

321. Have you ever been bullied at school? If yes, how did you handle it?

322. What is your favorite movie?

323. What is your favorite book you’ve read yet?

324. Do you play any musical instruments?

325. Would you say you are fairly close to your parents?

326. How many close friends do you have at school?

327. Have you been to a concert yet?

328. Do you like singing?

329. Who is your favorite actor/ actress?

330. What is one thing you wish people understood you a little more about?

331. What is one of your happiest moments yet?

332. What is something that makes you smile instantly?

333. What do you do to lighten up your mood?

334. How do you deal with your bad days?

335. What is one quality you possess that you are proud of?

336. What is your biggest insecurity?

337. Do you like writing?

338. Where do you see yourself five years from now?

339. Do you have plans for college/ university?

340. Do you have a talent you believe you can make a career out of?

341. Is there a cause you are very drawn to? If yes, why?

342. What is your favorite childhood memory?

343. What is your favorite hangout spot?

344. Is there a particular form of art you love?

345. Tell me something you are passionate about.

346. Who are you closest to in your family? Why?

347. Have you ever moved?

348. What makes someone a good partner, according to you?

349. Have you ever grown out of a friendship? Do you miss it?

350. Would you rather date someone older or younger than you?

If you struggle with openly communicating with your partner (and we’ve all been there), these topics will be enough to make you feel comfortable enough to open up. Follow up with questions of your own to take the conversation forward.
Don’t forget to always communicate your needs in a relationship. As important as it is to talk, it is also of significance to listening. A good conversation always goes both ways.
We hope these will help you converse and communicate better with your partner.
Until next time, have fun!

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