If you don't truly care about the answer, then any question will fall flat. Avoiding yes or no questions creates organic conversation, and allows you and your date to really get to know each other.
So, what makes for a great question, as opposed to a dull back-and-forth? More important than the specifics of the question is your intention in asking it.
Before you know it, you’ll be using questions to inspire a natural exchange.
With that in mind, here are seven great questions to ask on a first date. " Very few people ask this question, but it's a great way to get to know someone—especially if you live in a larger city with lots of transplants.
Along the way, you’ll be learning a great deal about your date through a fun conversational mix of experience and fantasy. " The beauty of this question is it avoids the tired "So what do you do for a living? It’s open-ended enough that she'll probably mention what she does for a living as part of her answer, while opening up the response to non-work activities.
And it guarantees that her response will be more than a one-word answer.