In the present world of speed and frenzy, speed dating is the instant dating solution for today’s youngsters.
Unlike normal dating, you have got five to 10 minutes to meet and create chemistry.
First dates can be exciting and awesome, but they can also be nerve-wracking, awkward, and pretty flippin’ weird.
If you’re anything like me, the conversation will invariably turn to boring work stories and how much you’re addicted to guacamole.
This cheeky question is posed to see if she's down with a little sauciness, and how funny or creative she can be with her naughty answer.
Best one I've gotten back: "Not nearly recently enough! I'm an active fellow, and I like to know that people I'm interested in are as well. And while I'm not too much of a snob about it, I need to know what she's going to make me listen to.
And while that makes for a fine two minutes of chit-chat, more substantial convesation is obviously necessary to get to know someone.
So why not open the floodgates with some compelling questions? ” and spark some in-depth discussions that get a little personal in all the right ways.
If she says "my vacation house in Bali" I know she's probably got money and spends time on exotic islands.
(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.
Speed dating is the hot new alternative on the dating scene, compared to barhopping and online dating.
I've been people-shopping recently, or what some folks call Online Dating, and I've managed to meet some really interesting people.
After the initial introductory emails, when communication gets a little more relaxed, I tend to end messages with a list of questions (and then I judge their responses).