Instead, take a day or two to mull over his answers, and decide where you want the relationship to go.
Try not to jump to any immediate conclusions during your question and answer episodes.
What is your philosophy on money within a marriage-is what's yours mine and vice-versa, or will you prefer separate accounts and a roommate situation with bill paying? How do you feel about taking in family members during a hard time?
Did you have a lot of friends as a child, or did you have just a few really good ones? While you won't want to have his answers chosen for him ahead of time, you will want to think about what kind of answer you'd like him to give.
Think about what's really important to you in terms of your current relationship.
When do you think you will be ready to move in together?
How long do you think we will live together before getting married? How will we make sure the chores around the house are divided fairly? Are you a neat freak or do you tend to have socks and other items lying around everywhere, most of the time? Do you plan to adopt or purchase a pet in the near future? Would you ever consider having additional roommates to cut costs if we had a place with enough space? How will we make sure we each get to spend time alone when we share the same place? If I have to work really late, will you have a problem with cooking or picking up some dinner for both of us?
When your relationship is still fresh, it's nice to get to know the silly basics of what makes your man tick.