Which iconic couple are you and your boyfriend most like?



Romantic relationships are usually the next step from a friendship. When you come into a relationship it is necessary to keep that spark alive, to be adventurous and fun. But it also means there should be mutual respect and equality. While it is true that relationship compatibility makes a relationship stronger, it is also true that a couple doesn’t have to have every interest in common.

Well the ancient concept of a “soul mate” still exists and is quite popular. The idea that there is one perfect person for us out there, who will find all our flaws as our unique aspects is way too pretentious. This belief does nothing but makes us sabotage and doubt potential relationships and partners, because they don’t match the image we have in our mind.

Often we find that potential partner and let go if it because of different interests and needs, but what we forget is that is not how life works. We can’t find someone with exactly the same interests as ours’ and it is also necessary a friendship as a support to the relationship.

“Will put his hand on Nico’s shoulder. “Nico, we need o have another talk about your people skills.”
“Hey, I’m just stating the obvious. If this is Apollo, and he dies, we’re all in trouble.”
Will turned to me. “I apologize for my boyfriend.”
Nico rolled his eyes. “Could you not―”
“Would you prefer special guy?” Will asked. “Or significant other?”
“Significant annoyance, in your case,” Nico grumbled”
― Rick Riordan, The Hidden Oracle

“My nails dug into his back, and he trailed his lips down the edge of my chin, down the center of my neck. He kept going until he reached the bottom of the dress’s V-neck. I let out a small gasp, and he kissed all around the neckline, just enough to tease.”
― Richelle Mead, The Indigo Spell

“You and I both know that love is for children,” he said. ”We’re adults. Compatibility is for adults.”

”Compatibility is for my Bluetooth and my car,” Teresa replied. ”Only they get along just fine, and my car never makes my bluetooth feel like shit.”
― Maggie Stiefvater, Sinner

“Do you know how marriage was defined in ancient Greece? Noel said in a calmer tone. Its really simple. A virgin goes to mans house with the family gathered as witnesses. The virgin and the man share a fire, a meal, and a bed. If the girl wasn’t a virgin in the morning, then the couple was considered married. That’s it”
― Josephine Angelini

“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    What’s your idea of a romantic night out?

    • Going mini golfing
    • Going out to an expensive restaurant
    • Going for a walk on the beach
    • Going to a play in a basement
  • Question of

    How often do you fight?

    • Almost daily
    • Maybe once a week
    • Rarely, once a month
    • We’ve never fought
  • Question of

    Have you talked about getting married and having kids yet?

    • No
    • Yes
    • Yes, and we plan on getting married
    • Yes, and we plan on getting married and having kids
  • Question of

    Which fictional duo would suit you guys for Halloween?

    • Harley Quinn and The Joker
    • Danny and Sandy
    • Kim and Kanye
    • Ross and Rachel
  • Question of

    How long have you been together?

    • 0-2 years
    • 3-4 years
    • 5-8 years
    • 9+ years
  • Question of

    Are you more friends? Or lovers?

    • Friends
    • Lovers
  • Question of

    What’s your favorite thing about your boyfriend?

    • His sense of humor
    • His intelligence
    • His strength
    • His good looks
  • Question of

    How long did you wait before you…you know…did it?

    • It’s the why reason we met
    • On the first date
    • After a few dates
    • 1-2 months
    • 3+ months
  • Question of

    Would you say there was one specific moment when you realized you were in love with your significant other?

    • Seemed like a lot of little moments.
    • No, I think we grew into it slowly.
    • It seemed like we loved each other from the start.
    • There was definitely one moment.
  • Question of

    When you and your partner get into a disagreement, how does it usually play out?

    • It’s always from a place of love.
    • We can both get a little hot-headed.
    • We argue sometimes but we cool down and regroup.
    • It can get a little tense but it never lasts long.
  • Question of

    First dates are always nervous energy and trying to impress one another. Where do you two like to go on dates now that you’re a couple?

    • Just out for coffee is fun.
    • We like to do stuff like hiking or playing sports together.
    • We have fun going to movies or even the theater.
    • Dancing, dinner, even a night in is good for us.
  • Question of

    How do you decide who is going to sleep on what side of the bed?

    • We kind of lump together.
    • It’s a battle.
    • We both have our side and just naturally sleep there.
    • One of us is definitely a bed hog, the other gets the leftovers.
  • Question of

    Are the two of you a fan of couple’s activities or do you like to do things with just the two of you?

    • We’re sort of homebodies.
    • We love team sports!
    • We have fun going out with other couples sometimes.
    • We tend to stick together as a pair mostly.
  • Question of

    When it comes to cleaning up around the house, is that a team effort or does one of you take the initiative?

    • We work together.
    • We’re usually trying to get the other one to do it.
    • We tend to take turns.
    • Seems like it’s better if you can find someone else to do it.
  • Question of

    No couple gets through life without a few arguments. What do you tend to butt heads over most often?

    • Commitment type stuff
    • We can get into it over a lot of little things.
    • It’s usually about long term plans.
    • We argue about money.

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