1) How did you and your spouse originally meet?
A) Randomly -- we were at a bar and the sparks flew.
B) On the Internet. I’m super-busy and wanted to see if I could find someone to live my life with.
C) We were just friends at first. It took a while for things to heat up in the romance department.
D) We kept running into each other. We had mutual friends, went to the same school, and/or lived in the same neighborhood and were attracted to each other.
2) When you introduced your spouse to your parents and friends, what did they say first?
A) “You guys have tons of chemistry! We can tell he really supports you.”
B) “He’s so sweet. A little goofy, but it’s endearing.”
C) “He’s so smart -- you guys are adorable!”
D) “He would do anything for you, wouldn’t he?”
3) What attracts you most to your significant other?
A) He’s so mysterious, but I trust him instinctively.
B) He’s all about our relationship and making it better -- he’s the best.
C) He is the sweetest and smartest guy I know.
D) He always puts me first and treats me like a queen.
4) You just got into a fight with your best friend. What would your spouse say?
A) “What did they do to you?”
B) “Um, so do you want to talk? Or if you don’t, that’s okay. Whatever you want to do.”
C) “Let’s look at this logically. Start from the beginning.”
D) “Baby, don’t worry about it. I’m sure it’ll blow over.”
5) If you two were a food pairing, what would you be?
A) Waffles and fried chicken. No one knows why you two work, but you do.
B) Strawberries and chocolate. You’re both very similar but certainly have your differences.
C) Peanut butter and jelly. You both can work independently, but complement each other well.
D) Vanilla ice cream and hot fudge. Total opposites that work perfectly together.