Consider doing the same: The following is a random sampling of questions I might ask.
Obviously I'm not so cheesy as to ask the same questions of everyone. Allows me to figure out, if we ever dated to the point of sleepovers, whether she'd want to get up and go jogging at 9 A. I could write an answer to this question that would last pages and pages. This question is less of a test than pure curiosity at work. If she says "the water" she may be into surfing or kayaking or a similar sexy sport. I'm not a secret social worker compiling stats on abused children.
I've been people-shopping recently, or what some folks call Online Dating, and I've managed to meet some really interesting people.
As such, first dates wind up being mostly small talk while you try and figure that shit out. Either because it'd be good to get off his chest, or just because they're great talking points. That way, you've got a great second date idea, and he doesn't have to plan it.5. This is a question that's potentially frightening to ask and could score you some offensive answers. And if you have to push him to tell it because he's embarrassed, you know it's going to be good.9. No, chivalry isn't dead, but who doesn't really want to split the check deep down? If you've asked him every awkward question on this list, he's probably earned it. Instead, we do better to shift our first date focus to two things: Both are important, regardless of the prospects of a future together.We should be on a mission to discover new things about them and celebrate what we are learning. If your life was a movie, which actor would play you? Would you spit in a customer’s food if you were the waiter and they had been rude to you? If you could have any career possible, what would it be? Have you ever been arrested or contracted any diseases? When you need a break from serious questions, try some of the more hilarity-inducing options, such as these: 1. " It's always good to have a few icebreaker questions on standby.