However, if you ask a series of open-ended questions, you and your guy could be chatting away for hours on end.
“Not even trying to be corny, but if I really like a girl, I don’t care what we do as long as it’s a chance to get to know each other better.
I’d be cool with making dinner or doing something competitive like mini-golf.” “There’s tailgating, hot cheerleaders, guys beating each other up…but mostly I like that there are a limited number of games so it’s a weekly event where I get to hang out with friends and be dedicated to my team.” “It has a lot to do with setting.
What actor would play you in a movie about your life?
If you had to give me a nickname right now on the spot, what would it be? Do you think it’s possible that we met in a previous life?
Sharing (a la “Ready for Love”) about a bodily function oops is never sexy. It’s an opportunity to laugh together, show your confidence, and nothing more. let’s just say it might be slightly more difficult for you two to find common interests: not impossible, just less likely! Also they’ll have to tell you if it was your photos, your wit, or some combination of both.
It’s a great question also to see if your suitor is comfortable giving and receiving compliments! If she or he has a hard time with that, it could be an indication that the person may not truly be ready to let someone in.
I've been people-shopping recently, or what some folks call Online Dating, and I've managed to meet some really interesting people.
After the initial introductory emails, when communication gets a little more relaxed, I tend to end messages with a list of questions (and then I judge their responses).
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