The dating website OKCupid released a study based on MILLIONS of questions they asked their users. And they put together this guide of random questions that can supposedly get you key info on a date.

Here are the questions you should ask when you want that sensitive information . . . but don't think it's appropriate to ask for it directly.

#1.) If you want to know "Will he or she have sex on the first date?" ask . . . "Do you like the taste of beer?"

There was a statistically significant connection between liking beer and having sex on the first date . . . beer drinkers of both genders are 60% more likely to be down with having first-date sex.

#2.) If you want to know "Do we have long-term potential?" ask three questions: "Do you like horror movies?" . . . "Have you ever traveled around another country alone?" . . . "Would you throw it all away and live on a sailboat?"

32% of successful couples saw eye-to-eye on the answers to those three questions . . . horror movie taste, sense of adventure, and wild, fantastic desires. That's a statistically significant connection.

#3.) If you want to know "Do we have the same politics?" without directly asking, ask . . . "Do you prefer the people in your life to be simple or complex?"

People who prefer complex friendships and relationships are liberal at a two-to-one rate. People who prefer it simple are conservative at a two-to-one rate.

#4.) If you want to know "Is my date religious?" you should ask . . . "Do spelling and grammar mistakes annoy you?"

People who are okay with bad grammar and spelling have a two-to-one chance of being at least moderately religious.

There you go!!! Good Luck!