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But, for the most part, I consider myself someone who can talk about a variety of subjects, with a variety of people.
I never realized how much “like attracts like” in that I am often surrounded by people who are similarly skilled at conversing.
You pretty much state this, but not until the bottom of a really really long post.
Ugh, as a woman, I would find most of these questions nauseating. If you have to make up ridiculous questions to "seduce" me--well, it wasn't going to work in the first place. I’m also a woman (yay to the sisterhood) and I’m just trying to help people for when they get stuck initially, so they can find that flow.
"You clearly don't mind curry, what's your favorite food? Conversation threading is not exactly a new concept, and it means that the answers are rarely "boring" unless one fails to really listen and follow-up well.
ANY one of the questions on your list could lead to a several hour tangent if you're conversation threading.
I don’t know if these men are just HORRIBLE at conversation or just aren’t that interested in me (probably some of both depending on the person), but either way, in case people genuinely don’t know, I thought I would write some tips on having a conversation.
Which helps me come up with my own, relevant ones, in the moment. Then after 2-3 replies back and forth, ask for a number and then follow up with entertaining behavior on a phone call. I went on back to back dates on Tuesday - just moved to a new city in New Zealand form America and not having any problems meeting people or getting dates. Would this be good questions for as the first things to say after you open a girl at a bar aswell?
Imagine you’re on a date and you sit down in the nice restaurant. • If you found these helpful, I actually compiled a list of 101 first date conversation starters, with more like these, plus deeper questions to ask as the date progresses.
After a few moments, the smiling turns a tiny bit awkward and since you don’t know what else to ask, you blurt out “So…. Here’s 30 to get the ball rolling: Who is your favourite Disney villain?
I mean, if a guy asked me one of these questions, my mind would automatically ask, "which stupid website did he read this on? Then I totally agree, go with the flow rather than turning it into an interview. It’s to make stuff interesting rather than ‘seduce’.
I’m not a pick up artist and I dislike guys trying to be pushy about taking me home on the first date.