What follows are some ideas, but certainly not as creative as this could go! filthy rich or dirt poor I have a friend that's great at asking "would you rather" questions. But it can be fun to put creativity into coming up with different scenarios to choose from.

No matter how long you have been marriage, this is one fun way to get you talking, thinking, and spending quality time together.

My husband and I tried this last night and it was so much fun!

Just 3-4 to put in my purse or in my pocket and refer to when we start looking like that elderly couple in the restaurant that remains in silence throughout the meal. Really, once you get started with one or two, it's easy to progress the conversation naturally.

I broke these down into 10 basic themes to help you start thinking about your own questions to bring up on date night.

Enjoy :) Talking about favorites is an easy, fun, and neutral way to start any conversation.

Favorites can also change regularly, so they're easy to cycle through (especially things like current favorite song).

These questions can be kind of a downer, so should be used sparingly and with caution.

What would you do if a tornado came toward you while you were driving? What would you do if someone broke into your home while you were there? What would we want to happen to our kids if we both died in a car accident? What would you do (with job, home, kids, etc.) if I died? If, after an accident, you were kept alive by machines, would you want me to sign a DNR? They can be a good checkpoint for our personal faith walk, or for our faith walk as a couple/family.

Sometimes spiritual questions seem like they're meant to be left to Bible studies, but they easily have place in our daily conversations.