10 Important Questions You Should Ask On Your First Date And 5 You Should Avoid For Later
6Favorite places to travel
Wanderlust is not something that everyone wants but something that everyone has. Everyone wants to travel to someplace but does not have the time or the financial backing to do so. But, they have it in the back of their mind that they would like to go somewhere and have an imaginary plan ready. This is a great conversation to have.
7Free time hobbies
What they do in their free time is a great conversation starter and something that gives you an insight into the other person. Do they procrastinate? How do they do it? These are all great conversation topics that open the door to other topics like what do they like watching or playing.
This lets you know how many people you will be meeting if things get serious. Many people are not extroverts and have a hard time getting to know new people and mingling. Once you know how many people you will have to meet you can limit your expectations accordingly. This also lets you know if they are extroverts or introverts.
There are many who love football, baseball, basketball, etc. But, there is no harm in knowing or asking what is the other’s favorite sport. This will lead to questions like what is their favorite team, favorite player, etc. This is a great way to see if you have any sports or teams in common.
This is great to get to know what kind of person they are. How they work on their job and what their job is, tells you a lot about the kind of person you are dating. You can also ask them how it’s going when they started, how well they get along with their colleagues but we would recommend not to ask how much they get paid.