A couple's challenge is an artistic way to boost intimacy, energy, and newfoundness of monotonous lives by testing chemistry and enjoying joyful moments with each other.
Sit together and close your eyes. A third person filming will ask you funny questions about each other. Each question requires naming yourself or your partner.
first partner must wear noise-canceling headphones and play music. The second partner will use gestures, mime, and mouthing to make the first guess a word
Blindfolded and handcuffed, partners compete. Their backs are against each other. Now they must kiss. Watching them explore each other through voice and body is fun.
This challenge gets interesting when you let your boyfriend (or partner without makeup knowledge) paint on your face. The chairperson cannot tell their partner which products are for which face parts.
This challenge tests teamwork. You need matching pajamas or T-shirts to try the challenge. If you can't find clothes, a rope around your waists will work.
Ask your partner questions or give them a seven-second task. Ask them to name five things they like about you or grab a soda from the fridge!
Great way to practice sensory focus. One partner is blindfolded, and the other places their finger on their body. The blindfolded partner must guess the body part their finger touched.
This couple food challenge is perfect for foodies. The blindfolded partner eats random food. The blindfolded partner must guess the brand or food type.
Search YouTube for "try not to laugh" or "try not to cry" for your challenge. Watch the videos together and give each other points for laughing/crying.
It resembles the Conjoined Twins Challenge. You and your partner wear one T-shirt and face each other. Using the back partner's hands to complete tasks is the challenge.