Tips To Frame Your Questions For A Date

Asking the right questions can make sure that you don’t have a boring date night. But then there are few things to remember while deciding on the questions to ask on your date:

  1. Don’t memorize the questions:

You can find a lot of ideas for questions to ask in your date from the internet. Your friends might also give you some cool opinions. But do not simply memorize any of them. Use these sources only as inspirations to frame your own set of questions.

  1. Do not establish the same style every time:

I used to have a list of questions framed based on the topics that I know best about. And every time, I used this list of questions on my first date. But then I realized that the same questions got different responses and each time the date progressed in a different direction. The key here is to switch things up. Do not follow a mundane list for each of your date.

  1. Choose questions based on your date:

If it is going to be a blind date you can do very little about the questions. But if you already know the person understanding him to some extent would help frame relevant questions.

  1. Don’t get too personal:

Remember to keep your questions neutral. Questions that are too generic might sound boring and mechanical. Questions that are too personal might make your date uncomfortable. Remember to strike the perfect balance.

  1. Be ready to improvise:

As you ask your first questions your topic of conversation might often deviate in directions that you had least predicted. Be open to change. Do not try to maintain the order that you had prepared. This would only make the whole conversation sound scripted. Instead try to focus on what is genuinely interesting for both of you.