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’ If a guy asked me a super random question like that, I’d definitely give him points for coming up with it and it would be a fun way to start a conversation.” —Beth D."On a first date a dude asked me how I would kill myself, which wasn’t particularly sexy but was certainly memorable.
He told me how he’d do it and it was so unimaginative I never went out with him again." — Rebecca F.“What’s really impressive is when guys ask a niche question.
Maybe it’s too much for a first date, but it holds a lot of significance for me and would show that someone is actually interested—and curious—about who I am.” —Saba A."I ask people if they like pineapple on pizza (I’m a huge advocate). You can get into a good story when you have a great opening like that.” —Suzee S.“I would love if a guy asked me what my all-time favorite book was.
My roommates then both stole it and told their friends, and then I had a man go off at me for asking him about it saying I was unoriginal and to stop getting my opening lines off Reddit." —Janice H.“I really liked when one guy asked me for the latest concert I’d been to. It’s a dorky but easy question that shows he is literary!
Any guy that cares about the Chesapeake Bay Cleanup Effort is gold.” —Cindy H.
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I’m a local government reporter, so I do a lot of stories about boring and jargon-y policy things.
I remember one guy asked me specific questions about stormwater management, which I never get to talk about because no one cares.
One of my favorite dates, actually." —Reddit user condimentia“One time, someone asked me why I considered myself to be an introvert.
I liked that he asked that because it showed that he was really listening to me and trying to understand me as a person.
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