Continuing on the topic of the 36 questions, as interesting as it is to think that you could convince yourself to fall in love with anyone simply by asking each other questions, it seems a bit irresponsible to me. What if you do fall in love with this person only to find that the two of you are irreconcilably incompatible? I, personally, think that there should be another set of questions that you ask first, to ensure that this is someone who you really want yourself to fall in love with. That said, here is my own list of 36 questions that I think should precede the other list.
1- What are your thoughts on marriage?
2- Do you want children?
3- Do you plan to travel or stay in one place?
4- How important are material possessions to you?
5- Do you like living with companion animals?
6- Do you like things in your home neat or messy?
7- How concerned are you about germs?
8- What are your feelings on religion?
9- What are your feelings about politics?
10- How concerned are you about animal rights, environmental, and social justice issues?
11- How important is intelligence in yourself and your partner?
12- What are your preferences when if comes to physical displays of affection?
13- What are some of your favorite activities?
14- Do you prefer peace or excitement in your daily life?
15- Do you enjoy challenges?
16- What are your feelings about indulgence vs. moderation?
17- Do you consider yourself a fan of anything? If so, what? (Books, shows, sports, etc.)
18- Do you prefer to share things, or keep them separate?
19- Do you consider yourself to be easily embarrassed?
20- How important is it to you to be informed about things that don't directly affect your life?
21- Would you rather live in a house or an apartment?
22- Do you consider yourself a morning person or a night owl?
23- If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be.
24- Do you consider yourself to be ambitious?
25- If given the choice, would you rather your life be meaningful or pleasant?
26- How important is it to you to be emotionally open with people?
27- Do you tend to see the world more in terms of absolutes or do you think things are more subjective?
28- Do you prefer your down time to be more productive or relaxing?
29- Overall, how healthy do you consider yourself to be?
30- When you have extra money, do you prefer to spend it or save it?
31- How important is routine, in your daily life?
32- How important is it to you to live up to other people's expectations?
33- Do you prefer to conform to society's standards or to stand out from the crowd?
34- How important is it to you to understand other people's perspectives?
35- How do you feel about social situations?
36- What are your habits with regards to diet and exercise?