Relationship:
do they have a lot of arguments? if so, over what?
who apologizes first? in what way? is it hard for either of them to apologize?
which one has more insecurities? over what?
who gets more riled up? do they show their anger?
how do they hide their pain when they’re upset? do they try to hide their pain?
who tries to make up first? does it work?
would they hate-fuck if they were mad at one another? if they had a falling out?
do they hold grudges? is it hard for them to let go/forgive each other?
is there something big that could potentially tear them apart if it was revealed?
if something already happened to tear them apart, what would make them come back together? is it even possible?
what’s their favorite pass time when they’re upset?
who do they confide in when shit hits the fan (besides each other)?
is it hard for them to talk about their feelings openly with each other? if so, is there any way that can be resolved, even in the slightest?
who grieves more when the other is away?
who misses the other more, or really thinks about them more?
do either of them have a special item (an article of clothing, a necklace, a book) that they use when they miss the other? if so, what is it? what do they do with it (read, wear, look at, smell)?
who cries more? who gets more emotional in general?
do either of them have the other’s stuff lying around their house?
how about teasing? do they tease each other while in a fight (whether it be with themselves or just general teasing)?
do either of them have any vices?
what’s the thing they miss most about each other?
what’s their go-to breakup/angst song?
who’s more jealous?
who is the first to forgive?
what’s the one deal breaker for either of them (lack of communication, fear of commitment, etc)?
who would take longer to let go? do they ever really “let go”?
which is more afraid of confrontation?
who’s the first to distance themselves (if either)?
who’s more patient? is it hard to break that patience?
who’s the first to blame themselves?
who’s more likely to do something out of spite?
who would be the first to say they hate the other? would they mean it?
who worries more?
what scent reminds them of the other?
do they have any regrets (regarding the other, or just in general)?
who’s quicker to walk away if a situation gets heated?
who is more prone to anger?
who cries more in an argument? do either of them cry?
does it take a lot for it to get to the point of yelling?
who sleeps on the couch? can either of them sleep without the other?
who’s more likely to protect the other?
if one of them gets injured, who worries more?
who would be more afraid of the other’s death/harm?
who ends up yelling first? are they always yelling when arguing, or do neither of them yell at all?
who would be more likely to save who?
who stays up at night brooding?
who has more dreams/nightmares about the other?
who comforts who after a bad dream/event?
do they think about each other a lot? does it affect their performance/schoolwork?
if one of them were to come back after a long time, who would come to who? would it go well? would the other person take them back?
“Sorry I ruined your life. Maybe you shouldn’t have married me.”
“If I would’ve known he was going to die, you think I would’ve done it?”
“It’s nothing against you…I just have to leave.”
“I know you love me, but I’m sick of lying when I say it back.”
“That’s the problem. I love you so much, I’d be willing to die for you.”
“I’m sorry I made you into who you are today.”
“People change, and people grow. And I think we just grew apart.”
“When I look at you, I see my world and that scares the sh*t out of me.”
“I don’t think I can spend another night in the same bed as the man/woman who ruined my life”
“I always told her to quit second guessing herself…and she never listened”
“I’d rather die than live in a world like this.”
“Tell me what they did to you, please.”
“Sorry just isn’t going to work this time.”
“Her parents always hated me, I guess they were right.”
“The one you love most isn’t always the one you spend your life with…and that sucks.”
“I’ll go home, but it’s not home unless you’re there…”