Have you ever wondered what questions to ask your crush to take things to the next level? Sometimes, you never know what to say because all you can think about is how obsessed you are with your crush. If you’re serious about making your crush into your significant other, here are some of the best questions to ask them. These questions will help you better understand what kind of person they are and if you want to have a serious relationship with them.
1. What fictional character do you have the biggest crush on?
This is a fun and simple question to ask your crush. Whether someone wants to admit it or not, everyone has had at least one fictional character that they’ve had a giant crush on. This fictional character that stole your heart could be from a book, a movie, or a television show. The fun part about learning what fictional character your crush has a crush on is that you get to know a little bit about their type.
2. If you could live anywhere in the world, where would you choose to live?
Another question that you can ask your crush that will say a lot about them is where they would want to live in the world. Maybe they enjoy the hustle and bustle of a big city, or possibly they prefer a quieter small town. They could possibly even want to live abroad. You’ll get a great feel of your crush’s personality by knowing where they would like to live.
3. What is one thing that would disappoint you the most if you never got to experience it?
This question is pretty deep, but it’ll also help you learn about what your crush’s hopes and dreams are. You should ask your crush this question if you’re curious to know about what they truly want out of life. It’ll give you a clearer idea of whether or not this is someone you want to pursue a relationship with. It’s better to find out their goals and aspirations sooner than later!
4. What song do you listen to the most?
A person’s taste in music also says a lot about them, so make sure to ask your crush what song they always have on repeat. Maybe you’ll find out that the two of you enjoy the same music or artist. You could also learn that you two have completely different tastes in music. Will this be a case of opposites attract?
5. What is the first thing you would do if you won the lottery?
Ah, the million-dollar question. How would your crush use the billions they just won in the lottery? You’ll want to ask your crush this question because you’ll either learn how completely selfless or selfish they are. Would you really want to be with someone who would quickly blow through all that money on nonsensical and materialistic things? This question may seem silly at first, but it’s important to learn how financially responsible a person is before starting anything serious with them.
6. What is your biggest dealbreaker?
We all have dealbreakers. It’s better to learn them early on so that relationships aren’t that hard, and breakups aren’t as painful. If you want to get to know your crush a little better, you can ask them what their dealbreakers are, if they have any. That way, you’ll know what to avoid and how to have a happy relationship if things go well. Knowing your crush’s dealbreakers will also give you an idea of whether or not you would want to have a relationship with them. Suppose you’re set on having children, and your crush doesn’t want anything to do with kids. Knowing this information beforehand can prevent a lot of feelings from getting hurt.
7. What is the weirdest thing you find attractive in a person?
Here’s another fun question to ask your crush! If you’re interested in being with this person, it’s worth asking what they find attractive. You’d be surprised to learn that your biggest insecurity might be your crush’s biggest turn on. There’s also something liberating about knowing that your crush isn’t attracted to things like a perfect figure, but they prefer imperfections like crooked teeth. Finding the most bizarre flaws attractive really says a lot about a person, and when you ask your crush this question, their answer might just surprise you.
8. What is the nicest thing someone could say about you?
Knowing what other people think about your crush can give you an idea about what kind of person they are and if you want to have a serious relationship with them. This is also a fun question to ask your crush because not many people ask these kinds of questions. You can learn a lot about this person by what others say about them, and let’s hope that someone can say something extremely nice about your crush. After all, you wouldn’t want to end up with a selfish jerk!
9. What is your most bizarre pet peeve?
This question is similar to the dealbreaker question, but it’s not as serious. It’s good to learn your crush’s pet peeves so you can know what to avoid to annoy them if you two start eventually dating. You and your crush could also possibly hate the same things, which is something that can bring you closer together. Admittedly, it’s also funny to learn some of the insane things that make your crush tick. As long as you don’t take it too far, you could even playfully tease them about it to get a good laugh.
10. What after-school activities did you do in school?
What hobbies are your crush interested in, and what are some of their favorite after school activities? You should ask your crush this question so you can know more about their interests and hopefully find something that you two have in common. Possibly, your crush might not be too much into the activity they did after school in high school anymore, and that can start up a new conversation. Knowing their interests and hobbies also makes gift-giving a lot easier when you two (hopefully) become an item.
These are just a few questions to ask your crush to see if they’re the right person for you. You’ll learn a lot about your potential lover’s character that can help you decide if a relationship with them is worth pursuing. Are there any other questions that we missed? Feel free to comment below!
Hi, I'm Latasha!I was born and raised in sunny South Florida and graduated from Florida Atlantic University in 2018. I have my bachelor's degree in English with a concentration in writing and rhetoric. I'm also planning to go back to school to get my MFA in creative writing in the near future. I consider myself to be a storyteller, and I love writing and blogging about lifestyle-related topics. My ultimate goal is to become a published author.