Yes, it’s important that the questions you ask are genuine and reasonable, but what’s the harm with having a little fun on a first date as well. Is it possible for us to have met previously, in another life? Where would you prefer to live: beach, city or country? If you had met me before, how would you describe me?
If the conversations just start to feel like a series of questions to your date, they may look forward to ending the date instead of meeting you for the next date. If you could marry a fictional character, who would it be and why? If money and career were no object, where in the world would you choose to live? What’s the last book you read that you simply could not put down until you finished? What television show do you plan your day around in order to see it live? What extracurricular activities or sports did you participate in when you were in high school? If you inherited or won a million dollars, what would you do with it? What is the most embarrassing thing that has happened to you? Which fictional character do you believe is the most like yourself? This is one of the questions to ask a guy that will lead to more questions and make the conversation flow smoothly.18. What nickname would you give me based off my personality or a body part? Which famous celebrity would you like to date, and why?