First Date Questions!!

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First Date Questions!!

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    PrincessKasey
    PrincessKasey
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    May 22, 2014 at 12:09 am #53510
    First Date Questions!!

    I’m about to meet this guy I have been talking to online for a few weeks now.
    I know about his family and friends and future ambitions.

    What are some first date questions that could bring about amusing conversations?

    I was thinking about “favourite Halloween costume” or “favourite cereal as a kid”

    Thanks for any suggestions 🙂 I am usually good for questions- but I feel like I asked them all online 🙂


    NatalieLinda
    Participant
    May 22, 2014 at 8:45 am #53517

    Just go with the flow of conversation. You don’t need to prepare a list of questions. If you connect once you meet, you will have plenty to talk about. Good luck 🙂


    Anonymous
    May 22, 2014 at 9:12 am #53519

    I always like to ask if he has any hobbies and take it from there. Also in the lines of “your favorite cereal as a kid” you could ask him which was his favorite cartoon 🙂


    Anonymous
    May 23, 2014 at 12:55 am #53615

    Don’t need to rehearse your questions, just ask whatever questions that pops at that moment and you will have a perfect conversation.

    fassousa
    fassousa
    Participant
    May 24, 2014 at 6:15 pm #53705

    Princess Kasey, whatever the question is, most important is to always give and receive open answers. For example, never ever give such aswers like “Do you like Thai food? Yes/No”. Instead let the conversation flow from one topic to another “Do you like Thai food? Yes, I found a Thai restaurant downtown that have great food…”
    So even the weather can lead to an amazing conversation. Wish you luck 🙂