You could also play a game where, for every point scored, the person who earned the point gets to ask a question.
The ones I added were intended to make the questionnaire not feel as mountainous of a task as I got the sense it did for those who signed up. We don’t share the contact information with the other dater. If I were to raid your apartment right now, what’s the most embarrassing thing AND the coolest thing I’d find? athletic, full-figured, skinny, big sexy/beauty): How you rate yourself (e.g., good-looking, cute, average, aquired taste): Tell us more… But I’m always relieved and better able to get people on their date when someone simply answers, “No.” See?
This is why the new questionnaire is 50 questions, but it doesn’t feel like it. Whether or not you want the other person to have your information is decided by you on the date. Personality Party animal/Social: Quiet: Nerdy: Adventurous: Workaholic: Chill/laid back: Tell us more… Describe the type of person you’re looking to date (physically AND personality-wise): As I said, these originally were at the top of the questionnaire, but I put them here because if you’ve gotten this far, you’re probably ready to knock these out.
People don’t want to come off as too simple nor do they want to present themselves as complicated, so a question like that (which I know, it isn’t really a question) only begs for more questions.
So yeah, I changed up the phrasing and I moved it down to near the end of the questionnaire.
Below is the questionnaire annotated so you all can understand why I’ve included each question. A good question, especially for people who are sports fans. I think I gave folks enough to work with and I’m hoping they give me enough so I can describe them to the other person on the blind date.