😉 #30 If you could have any job in the world, what would it be? #34 What’s the naughtiest thing you’ve ever said to someone? 😉 #38 If you could change one thing about your life right now, what would it be? #33 What’s one thing you would lie about to your girlfriend/boyfriend? [Read: 50 questions to check if someone’s right for you] #37 Would you rather be invisible or have x-ray vision? What was your relationship like with your father when you were growing up? When was the last time you cried When was the last time you felt really proud of yourself?
But: What to do when you run out of things to talk about?
The secret to having a great conversation is to ask open questions (as opposed to yes/no questions) and to answer them yourself after your crush has answered.
Just one of these questions can lead to a good 30 minute conversation, full of smiles and giggles, which will instantly get you closer to your crush.1.
(Maybe their relationship with one of their parents or siblings isn’t great.) This is a nice way to leave it open-ended, and let your date chat about their family in terms that are as specific or as general as they want. It opens up room to hear about what they value without making your date feel like they’re bragging. And even if books aren’t your thing, you can bond over your thoughts on whether was better over a movie or a book. Maybe they love that they get to try new restaurants and meet new people, but hate that it takes so long to get to know someone.
Here’s why you’re looking for questions to ask a guy you like: You know you really like this guy. What is the best sports stadium/arena you have been to? What’s the last thing you argued with your parents about? Starting a conversation over text, in a manner that would seem natural, has to start with “current affairs” (the latest news, reality show happenings etc).(See how to )Text is not the place to ask him how many times he checks himself out naked in the mirror every day.1.