With Jon Snow bending the knee and his implied ties to the Targaryens, could this newly-reunited house self-implode before he even plans the family buffet?
If you could project yourself into the past, were would you go? What is the best sports stadium/arena you have been to? What would you refuse to do for one million dollars? If you were home on a rainy Sunday afternoon, what movie would you want to see on television? What historical figure would you most like to have a discussion with? If you could close one fast food chain, due to disgusting food, what would you pick? This massive power boost means it’s perhaps only a matter of time before The Wall becomes fiery toast, which if you’re asking us, would be the perfect cliffhanger conclusion to this entire breakneck season.I've been seeing a lot of blog posts floating around out there with titles like "50 questions to ask your spouse on a date night". Or sometimes television and movies are used as the prime way of spending time together. I certainly love my shows and I love cuddling with my hubby, but I've learned how important it is to stay connected, and while it's ok to have TV and cuddle time, that's NOT going to cut it if that's all you do. If you were able to live to the age of 90 and retain either the mind or body of a 30-year old for the last 60 years of your life, which would you choose? I'm probably revealing a lot about my own insecurities through my reactions here :) Which in itself is interesting for me. We did get about halfway through the questions and it was very helpful. Each time I go on a date with my bf, I'm going to pick one and keep it in mind.
I guess the answer to that question depends a lot on the reasons behind what you describe as his reticence.
You can try these questions with a date, but they're not necessarily only applicable to fostering romance. But the questions are designed to override evolution, the unconscious influence of pheremones and the complementary immune responses of compatible couples--not to mention involuntary physical attraction and repulsion.
You can also try them with people you already know well—friends, family members, even long-term partners—to deepen your ties. It takes only 45 minutes and 36 questions to outwit mother nature!
If you went to a psychiatrist, what would he/she say you suffer from? If you could be on the cover of any magazine, what would you choose?
What is the most inspiring movie you have ever seen?
We found that the questions on the cards not only helped us pass the time on the long drive, but we had a lot of fun with them!