When looking for a romantic partner, you should honestly look no further than the Sorting Hat. Where you end up among Hogwarts four houses is a paramount piece of information and, honestly, where else would you bother looking for a partner? I mean, who doesn't want to date a wizard or a witch? Still, like any other potentially romantic relationship, you must choose wisely. Thankfully, there are things that happen when you date a Ravenclaw that make that choice for you, dear reader, a pretty easy decision.
Sure, I guess you could waste your time asking silly questions, wondering whether or not you'll go for a brave Gryffindor or a kindly Hufflepuff or an ambitious Slytherin? Still, I put it to you, friends, that you can do no better than a witty Ravenclaw (said the self-avowed Ravenclaw). When you get two Ravenclaws in a relationship, 'tis a beautiful thing. However, if you're not a Ravenclaw, you might not be aware of what's in store for you. Again, it's most good but, you know, it doesn't hurt to be prepared.
If Ravenclaws were a romantic comedy trope, they would probably be "manic pixie dream girl and/or boy." They're creative, quirky, intelligent, and are deeply interested in getting to the core of an issue, problem, or person. Unlike the manic pixie dream girl archetype, Ravenclaws don't exist exclusively to enable their partner to figure out who they are. In fact, Ravenclaws can tend to be a little insular, because they've got a million thoughts flying around their brain at any given moment and are too interested not to focus on that. Still, that's not to say they can't also be compassionate, kind, and every other quality one looks for in a girlfriend/boyfriend/husband/wife/permanent make-out partner. You should definitely go for it, just make sure you know the following: