While many people have noted that "Game of Thrones" has some pretty odd character relationships, others know that each of these interactions is rooted in purpose. We watch as our favorite characters fall in love (or simply use the power of appeal for political gain). We watch as each of these characters learns the hard way that they have been betrayed, or we learn that they are not so forgiving. Either way, what could be surface-level taboo proves to be something much more complex and important to the storyline itself. As a "Game of Thrones" fan, you've probably spent some time considering which of these on-screen relationships closely matches your relationship with your own partner. You might see pieces of yourself in the fast-love of Jon and Daenerys, or perhaps you see yourselves more in the intense passion and bond that Jaime has with Cersei (which is pretty gross on the surface level, but when you get deeper into their relationship, you learn a few things about love itself). No matter which "Game of Thrones" couple you think you and your partner relate to, you could be wrong. The only way to know for sure is to answer these questions to find out which couple you and your partner are.