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Questions for Couples: Halloween II

Do you buy candy for trick or treaters? Do you buy good candy for trick or treaters? Do you buy some lame candy... and a secret stash of the good stuff? Do you let people pick their own candy or do you distribute it? What do you think about leaving out a bowl that says "please take one."?

Would you take your kids to Trick or Treat?  Would you trick or treat without any kids? Do you think parents should dress up when they take their kids to trick or treat?  Do you like the idea of a trunk or treat more or less than traditional trick or treating? Do you ever choose the trick? Have you ever thought of Halloween candy as the juvenile equivalent of protection money? At what age do you think it is safe for kids to go trick or treating without an adult? Do you think parents should get candy when they trick or treat? Do you think there should be some sort of candy tax that entitles a parent to some of the bounty? Even if they don't go? Does the parent get first choice?

How do you feel about redistributing the candy more evenly when kids return home? Do you think there should be a quota on how much candy is consumed? and when? Do you think it is best for kids to just eat the candy as quickly as possible to get it out of their systems fast? Do you ever give out toothbrushes for halloween? How about diabetes pamphlets? Healthy snacks?

How do you feel about homemade goods for trick or treaters? do you trust them? What about fruits? Vegetables? Bread?

Do you know which houses to go to get the best stuff? Do you know which areas have the best candy? Have you ever done a quantitative analysis of the types of candy found in certain areas, as well as the best times to visit such places? Have you ever been that lucky kid that someone just gives all the rest of their candy to; so they can go to bed?

Questions for Couples: Halloween

What is your favorite part of Halloween? what is your least favorite part? Do you celebrate Halloween? Do you celebrate All Saints' Day? Do you think of Halloween as a religious holiday?

Do you think witches and wizards are evil? Have you ever tried to burn someone at the stake? Do you think it is ok for kids to dress up as monsters, and magical beings? Do you dress up for Halloween? what is your favorite costume that you've worn? Do you wear the same costume every year? Do you wear multiple costumes in the same year... like maybe one for each party you go to?  How do you feel about "adult" costumes, or costumes that may be a bit racy? How do you feel about costumes that are not inherently bad, but may have an "adult" connotation?

Do you like it when costumes follow a theme? Do you think grown ups should wear costumes? even if they are not going anywhere fancy?  Do you like costumes with masks? Do you think people act differently when they are wearing masks? Do you think masks are dangerous? How do you feel about face paint? Would you ever paint more than your face? Would you wear a costume that represented different values than you normally embrace? Do you think wearing a costume is like an endorsement for the thing you are wearing? Do you think costumes are a mockery of something? Can a costume be an endorsement, and a mockery at the same time? Do you think different rules apply to someone when they are in costume? Would you get a piercing or a tattoo to make a costume seem more real?  How much money would you spend on a costume? How much time would you spend on a costume? When do you start to plan what you will wear for Halloween? Do you like homemade costumes? Would you re-use a costume? Would you trade costumes? Sell costumes? make costumes for other people? What were the three best costumes you saw last year?

Questions for Couples: Romantic Gestures

How do you define romance? Are you a romantic? A hopeless romantic? What does that mean to you? Are you a recovering romantic?

What is the most romantic thing that someone has ever done for you? Have you ever heard of the five languages of love? Do you think that people can express and feel love in different ways? Do you show love in the same way that you want to be loved? Do you know your "love language?"

The following are the "5 Love Languages:" 
Words of Affirmation,  Acts of Service,  Receiving Gifts,  Quality Time  and  Physical Touch.
Which Love Language helps you feel loved the most? Which love language are you most likely to use to show love to someone?  Do you think they are all important?

How often do you think a person should tell their partner that they love them? How often should a person compliment their partner? What's the nicest thing anybody ever said to you?

What's the nicest thing that anyone has ever done for you? Do you think service means more if it is random, or if it is something that you have mentioned you would like? Do you appreciate the thought behind someones service, even if the actions don't turn out to be very helpful? Do you closer to someone when they serve other people?

Do you buy a lot of gifts for people? Does the cost of a gift matter to you? Do you prefer expensive gifts or cheap ones? Do you like receiving flowers? Would flowers mean less if you got them more often? every week? What if you knew that flowers were super cheap, would that change your perception? or expectation? What if they were super expensive? 

Do you think flowers are a nice gesture even when they can't be enjoyed very long? like when you are traveling? 

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