1) He/she’s sitting in front of the TV what is on the screen?
L says: A movie most definitely.
R says: She doesn’t watch much TV as far as I know but if she’s sitting in front of a TV all by herself then it surely must be a Hollywood flick.
2) What’s one food he/she doesn’t like?
L says: Cheese!
R says: It’s food!!! She loves them all (more than me).
3) You go out to eat and have a drink what does he/she order?
L says: Hmmm…a beer, maybe? And anything that doesn’t have cheese in it. Mostly a chicken dish.
R says: Crab, maybe? She’d order something which I’d be hearing for the first time in my life and would most certainly end up saying “Babe you have to try this”
4) What size shoe does he/she wear?
L says: A 7 I’m guessing.
R says: 5 maybe.
5) If he/she was collecting anything what would it be?
L says: Anything techy. Phones most probably.
R says: The easiest question “books”.
6) What would he/she eat everyday if he could?
L says: Sweets and desserts!
R says: Pizza!
7) What’s his/her favourite music?
L says: EDM
R says: No favourites, listens to anything which is relaxing.
8) What’s his/her favourite sports team?
L says: Manchester United
R says: None at the moment but she will be a red devil soon. A blog post with a picture to follow shortly.
9) What’s his/her eye color?
L says: I am going to hazard a guess and say dark brown.
R says: Black
10) What is something you do that he/she wishes you wouldn’t?
L says: Silent treatment
R says: Resist food
11) Did he/she play any sports?
L says: Yes. Cricket, Football, Squash… you name it.
R says: None
12) What could he/she spend hours doing?
L says: Watching football
R says: Reading
13) What is one unique talent he/she has?
L says: The ability to plan everything to perfection. Oh, and to make me belly laugh!
R says: Writing. She can write like you are witnessing it live.
Note: Both of us got only one answer wrong. I have brown eyes and his shoe size is 9.
PS: When I first suggested we do the couple tag, R was hesitant saying we must wait till we start living together. I insisted that the whole point of this was to gauge how well we know each other and not how perfectly.