We compiled large lists of questions for each game, so it may be necessary to pear down your favorites, depending on your group size.
My assistant Karen was in her mid-thirties and at the end of her rope with dating.
This can get hilariously funny and occasionally out of hand, so we came up with three variations of the game.
The traditional game is asks each spouse three questions, but you can do more if you want of course!
Karen is a great person; caring, bright, honest, spunky, and she has good values. And one day she told me she happened to meet someone at a holiday party. Are you ready for a date where you’ll spend the time getting to know the ‘real him’?
“He seems like a good guy, but can I stand one more failed date evening? ” After dozens of typical ‘dumb dates,’ she knew sitting in a dark room watching another movie and having a drink in another dark room wasn’t getting her any closer to marriage. But don’t you think asking questions like this turns the date into some kind of formal interview?