(Closed) What do you have in common with your SO?

posted 5 years ago in Relationships
Post # 2
88 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: July 2016 - His parents farm

We do a lot of outdoor activities together like fishing, hiking, dirt biking, trap shooting, etc. his own hobbies include trucks, fixing trucks, breaking trucks, building trucks haha you get the point and I mostly leave that to him while I enjoy reading, writing, biking, yoga, that kind of stuff so we share a good majority of interests together while having our own hobbies as well. 

Post # 3
2134 posts
Buzzing bee

Umm… He likes to hunt and fish, so I do tag along with him when he goes. I got him hooked on Survivor and Big Brother; we enjoy watching those shows together. 

Hobby-wise…not much. Regarding life…we have the same goals and such. 

He does want me to learn how to golf! Ha, not coordinated for that 😉

Post # 4
2256 posts
Buzzing bee

We don’t have a lot in common, but we also have enough in common that it works perfectly.

We both hate public places, big crowds, like the outdoors, have very similar temperments. It just works. I don’t really care if my Fiance doesn’t like throwing pottery or history documentaries like I do. I don’t want to marry myself.

Post # 5
7892 posts
Bumble Beekeeper

We both like eating, watching tv, hiking, exploring new places. We have similar values and easygoing natures. Most of our other hobbies are different, but we support each other. 

Post # 6
266 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: March 2016

In life goals and how we were brought up and our values beliefs are basicly the same.

Hobby wise- we both love fishing, camping, 4x4ing  and going on drives to new places and BBQs and that’s about it! 

He likes working on his car and doing things in his shed, and I like reading and crafty things. He is quite messy and I’m a neat freak- so I’d say we have more things not in common but in the core things (values, beliefs etc) we’re on the same page so the rest doesn’t seem to matter 🙂 

Post # 7
620 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: October 2016

We’re both athletic (playing and watching sports is fun for both of us).  We both love animals.  He has his unique interests and so do I.  And that’s a good thing.  We are both “weak” drinkers…lol and while we’ll accept invitations to go out etc with other couples or events – we both know when it’s time to leave without ever having to say anything to one another….we have a “look”.  We share the same faith.  

Post # 8
7199 posts
Busy Beekeeper
  • Wedding: October 2015

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princesspeach123:  We are both big readers- something that made us interested in each other at the start. He actually gave me books on our first two dates! We also both like wine, so we’ve done a lot of wine tasting trips together. And we both like musical theater. 

But other than that we are VERY different. He’s very intellectual and geeky. His tv preferences, book genre preferences, hobbies…. all of it is like the polar opposite of me. But all his good friends, who are very like him, have wives who I have a TON in common with. Seriously his best friend and his wife are basically a slightly older version of us. And all those relationships are awesome and rock-solid. So I think it bodes well for us 🙂

Post # 9
1294 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: June 2016

We have similar philosophies of life and goals and such. Otherwise, we’re super different. I’m a introverted nerd and he’s super practical with great people skills. he’s more of a homebody than I am. I’d rather go on one-on-one outings and he’d rather order in and watch sports. Blech. No music, movie, or food tastes in common. 

Post # 10
834 posts
Busy bee

We’re both foodies that love the outdoors and live music. We like craft beer, refurbishing furniture, DIY house projects, we have lots of common hobbies. The stuff that we didn’t have in common when we started dating, we did with the other and it has no become a common interest. He helps me with cakes and I like to go out to the shooting range with him as well. I like that he is thrifty like I am and would prefer to make something rather than buy it. 

Post # 12
267 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2016 - Cellar 222

We both are respectful of the fact that we need “quiet or alone time.” Before I dated him, my partners would often get annoyed or hurt that I would come get done with school/practice and just want to chill on my own for a bit. He’s the first person who gets that I’m not trying to be mean or angry at him…I’m just an introvert and I need time to myself. He does too.

Post # 13
1448 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2016 - St. John\'s Lutheran Church

My fiance and I have as much in common as we have not in common.

I’m religious, he’s not, but we share a sense of spirituality.

I like sports and he doesn’t, but we both love working out.

He likes the cold and I like the heat, but we both like to be outdoors.

Plus, we have come to appreciate each other’s interests, if not exactly adopt them as our own. I’ve come to see the draw to an action movie, and he has developed a certain taste for a good rom-com.

Post # 14
1915 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2013 - backyard in the woods

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princesspeach123:  We have almost no mutual interests in common, but all of the big picture important things like moral values, how we view the world, religion, politics etc. We do like the same kind of movies/tv/video games etc and are both scientists, but otherwise we’re basically opposites. I call him my ‘perfect complement’. Where I’m weak, he’s strong and vice versa. We fit together perfectly. Yin and Yang.

Post # 15
2696 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 2015

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princesspeach123:  My DH and I are quite different as well… but also very similar. We have all of the ‘big things’ in common. We have the same beliefs, values, wants in life. We’re both ambitious, hard-working, loyal and trust-worthy. When it comes down to interests, we each have our own, but some things we share (outdoor activities mostly).

Same with our personality… like aspects I mentioned before, we are a lot a like, and where we’re different I feel we compliment each other. I’m the planner, he’s the doer. I tend to worry, whereas he’s more laid back… things like that, we balance out.

The way I describe it is we have enough in common to make us work well together, but we’re different enough to keep it interesting.

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