There is so much you and your date may want talk about or want to ask each other, but meeting someone first time in person can seem quite awkward.
If you are looking to get into a conversation, but don’t know how to do it comfortably, without making a fool of yourself, or without looking like you have nothing to talk about, these can help.
What Do You Like To Do In Your Own Time?
This can be a great way to know what your date likes to do and what their hobbies are, and see if you both have similar interests and also find out what you both can potentially do together for the next date, if you decide to meet again.
What Is Really Taking Up Your Time These Days?
Again, this is a very open ended question with no pre-decided answers. But this will also give you a good idea about the kind of person your date is, and the same way they too will get to know you more.
What Was Your Last Travel Adventure?
Instead of just asking where your date went to the last time, you can ask what kind of an adventure they had. It could be a fun trip with friends, a trip they took alone, a study or group trip – absolutely anything where they traveled and had some fun.
Is There Any Song You Are Listening To On Loop?
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The choice of music can often make or break or deal. A great way to find out if your date and you share the same kind of taste in music is by asking them about the song they just can’t seem to get enough of. Also, it can be a great way to find out about a particular song or a type of music or artist you have not heard of before.
Morning Person Or Night?
There are clearly two types of people in this world – those who never ever get to see the sunrise but can stay up all night, and those who simply love to start their day early and get in bed early too. Ask this question to find out whether you both are on the same clock or have contrasting times.
These questions are just a way to fill in the gaps in the conversation in case you and your date are not sure what to talk about. So don’t make it sound like an interrogation, but listen too, instead of just asking.