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After a pretty long, dull, and lonely winter, Hot Girl Summer 2024 is finally upon us. Even people in long-term relationships are probably wondering if they might be tempted to return to single life.

Maybe things have calmed down in the bedroom, you've been arguing for several weeks, or you've realized that your interests simply no longer align.

In any case, you might have doubts about the person you are supposed to be head over heels in love with.

But it turns out there's actually a brand new way to find out if you're with the right guy or if you should dump him/her in time for your girlfriends' summer vacation.

The test has raised doubts among many people in long-term relationships (Dmitrii Marchenko/Getty)

The technique is said to have proven so legitimate that countless TikTok users are already putting their relationships to the test.

Surprisingly, these questions are not just about getting to know your partner better…

They are also intended to help partners explore each other's views on the relationship.

They cover a wide range of topics. Even though 12 questions may not sound like a lot, the exercise still covers quite a lot.

The trend has blown away some TikTok users. (nd3000/Getty)

The trend has blown away some TikTok users. (nd3000/Getty)

So, without further ado, here are the 12 questions:

1. If someone asks you what I am to you, what do you say?

2. What three things do you love about me?

3. What makes me different from others you have dated/talked to in the past?

4. What do you not like about me?

5. What do you like most about me?

6. What was your first impression of me?

7. What three things do I say often?

8. What do you wish for our future?

9. If we were together now, what would we do?

10. What would you be doing now if we had never met?

11. What was your life like before we got together?

12. Will I always have a special place in your heart?

And TikTokers everywhere are talking about the trend – and it's touching some people deeply.

“I really want to ask him these questions, but I think it will hurt,” one wrote.

Another agreed: “The fact that I know how he would answer those questions.”

“I don’t know why I cry when I read the questions,” joked a third.

Will you try this?

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