[Read: 10 tips to have a platonic friendship and avoid sexual tension] If you intend to just stay friends, well, these questions could be rather revealing and may even create a bit of sexual tension.
But if you’re okay with a little flirty fun between the sexes, well, look no further.
In order to build the foundation for a relationship, you need to create a meaningful connection, and this comes when you truly connect with who the other person is.
A little while back, I discovered this site called Thought Questions and I started keeping a list of some of my favorites.
’ And every time we do this, we discover new and interesting things about each other.
In his book “The Seven principles of Making a Marriage Work,” famed relationship researcher John Gottman (the dude who can predict whether a couple will get divorced with something like 95% accuracy after watching them interact for only a few minutes) cites “enhancing your love maps” as the first principle.
Of course, you can’t ask random funny questions to just about anyone you meet or you’ll just seem corny.
But if you enjoy a friend’s company, especially if they’re of the opposite sex, a few flirty fun questions can bring both of you closer while having a laugh at the same time.
[Read: 10 flirty ways to build the sexual tension with a friend] Funny questions for flirty friends To get the best results, these questions are best asked in person when it’s just the both of you and no one else around for a while.
It may seem awkward for the first few minutes, but soon enough, both of you may be in splits confessing secrets and imagining yourselves in awkward and funny circumstances.
A love map is essentially knowing all relevant information about your partner’s life, from small things like the name of their first pet to big things like significant experiences that shaped who they are.
He explains that couples who have detailed love maps of each other’s worlds are much more equipped to cope with stressful events and overcome conflict.
In this age of endless connection, we are more disconnected than ever and most relationships don’t go very far beyond the surface.