25 Fun Questions For Someone You're Dating
Dating is such a fun and exciting part of life. Sometimes however, especially when we are nervous, we can have a hard time finding things to say.
Don’t stress over a few moments of silence, but if you find your dates often have large lulls in them you may want to memorize a few ice breakers to get things rolling.
Here are 25 fun questions for someone you’re dating. These questions should help ease the tension and keep the mood light and enjoyable.
What do you do for work? Do you enjoy it?
Where did you grow up? What made you move here?
What do you find attractive?
What is your favorite food? Favorite dessert?
What hobbies do you have?
What type of music do you like? What is your favorite song?
Favorite book? Last book you read?
What is your favorite movie? TV show?
What is your favorite website? Besides social sites?
What is your favorite sport? Do you play?
What is something you are passionate about?
What is a dream of yours?
Do you like amusement parks? What is your favorite ride?
What is your favorite holiday? What do you look forward to most on that holiday?
What has been your greatest adventure so far?
Who do you consider a role model? Why do they inspire you?
What would you do with a million dollars?
Where do you long to travel to? What places have you already seen?
Typically, what is the first thing you notice when meeting people?
What are your thoughts on tattoos? Do you have any?
What is your favorite drink?
iPhone, Android, Blackberry, or iPod?
What are the little things in life that make you happy?
Do you believe in true love, soul mates, or love at first sight? Or is it all just chance?
Is there anything you’d like to know about me?
Remembering a few of these questions should help keep those awkward silences at bay. Remember to enjoy the conversation and let it flow where it will. Try to resist the urge to go through the whole list of questions in a single date, or your date may feel like they are on a quiz show!
For example, if you ask about a person’s favorite book, and then you talk about authors, and then the conversation drifts off to books turned into movies, and then favorite movies, by all means keep going and enjoy the flow and the back and forth. Do not be worried about the next question you are going to ask.
Having a few good ice breakers up your sleeve is often enough to break the tension and make for a relaxing night of good conversations that let you get to know the person you are dating. As time progresses you can move on to more serious questions so you can find out if you are compatible for the long haul.
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