That is, without making the questions seem like they're being directed to either one in particular.
You might learn a thing or two about your friends -- and they'll learn about you, too. In the old versions of this television show, that's what they would say on the air instead of blatantly using the word "sex.) A question like this can make the participants get serious, but it doesn't have to.
Speak in a playful tone and keep things light without getting into a fight about your arguments.
Then, when you return, you have to guess their responses. Consider these suggestions and try to come up with more of your own.
This one is sure to elicit smiles and maybe a few red faces, but it will also be entertaining.
Looking for a way to boost the entertainment at your next dinner party with couples in attendance?
Play your own version of the popular TV game show, "The Newlywed Game." Since you can make your own rules, participants don't have to actually be newlyweds. For the first five questions, have one person from each pair go to another room while the rest of you write down your answers on paper.But remember your audience -- don't ask questions about the first time they spent the night together if grandma is going to be there. Bonus Round: How well do the guests know the bride? It’s also really fun getting to stump either of them with some great questions to ask!These are some of the best questions to ask within each category. How to Play There are a few different ways people play this game, but I’m going to explain the original style that is the most fun.A round of questions determines how well the not-so-newlywed spouses know or do NOT know each other.