Maybe the same material would be tedious if it was coming from a stranger, but it's coming from you, their good buddy/significant other, so they find it interesting.
If someone is close to you they want to know what's going on in your life, and how you're feeling about it.
When you talk to someone really, really often, perhaps by texting back and forth with them all day, the conversation can approach you filling them in on what's happening to you, or what you're thinking about, in real time.
All this comes into play when it's their turn to speak (you're not expected to carry the whole conversation after all).
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This article will quickly cover how to deal with this issue, with a bit more emphasis on finding things to say in romantic relationships.
I could seem if you talked to someone often you'd run out of things to say.
They want a window into your head and to be included in your world.
As for believing your life is too bland to talk about it, I think it's all about how you look at it. Their partner may get a little frustrated with them and nag them to open up, or start peppering them with questions to try to get them to share more information.
For example, in the broadest sense your job may be dull. If your partner does this it's not that they're trying to grill you and put you on the spot.
You should never shoot down their dreams or goals, no matter how far-fetched they may be.
They often have trouble seeing projects through to the end.