Breaking the ice with a guy you like can sometimes be challenging. It can also be tough to break past the typical flirty banter and really get to know each other. And talking about the same old things can get tedious. A little while back I started keeping a list of cool and interesting questions to ask a guy in an attempt to avoid awkward silences and generic conversation. And this is something important to keep in mind about conversations in general. The best approach is to go in without an image of them, and without wanting to seem a certain way in their eyes.
30 questions to ask a guy you're dating to get to know him better
Here are 30 questions to ask a guy you're dating to get to know him better - HelloGiggles
Here is a great set of unique questions to ask a guy. They are designed to get an interesting conversation started, and so some of the questions are a bit off the beaten track. Remember every guy is different, so pick and choose which questions you think will work best for your guy or pick questions that you really want to know the answers to. Before we start, remember to ask lots of follow up questions to find out more and to keep the conversation going. These first 50 questions have a bit of commentary and are what I consider to be the most interesting questions. There is a list of more questions to ask a guy at the bottom of the page without commentary that are still really good.
200 (Not Boring) Questions To Ask To Get To Know Someone Better
Sometimes, you meet someone, and you just click. You feel like you've been besties your entire life and honestly can't believe there was a time when you didn't even know they existed. And then, there's those other relationships that take a little more work—i. The important thing here is to go deeper by asking follow-up questions. Are you into podcasts or do you only listen to music?
You can have endless conversations about work, family, and friends, sure, but sometimes it would be nice to mix things up. We love our partners, and we want to know everything about them yes, everything. We want to know their hopes, their dreams, and what they had for breakfast. It will spark an interesting chat between you and your person and teach you a little bit more about them. Who cares?