Everyone has a past, and no one has control over where they're born and raised.
Sure, you might discover some similarities and learning a person's origin might explain a few things about his/her personality, but asking someone where they want to be in the future gives you insight into their hopes, dreams and passions.
Below are some hot tips and tweaks for your standard conversation topics to help you get to know one another better.
Here's a good rule to follow: If the answer to your question requires a noun, you likely aren't going to get too much info from a person.
Is there a band that you used to love and can’t stand now? learned to make a souffle, ate a ten lb cheeseburger) Related: What Your Food Says About You On A Date 7.
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If a close friend told you that they had been abducted by aliens last night, would you believe them?
What was your biggest accomplishment before you turned 13? You see on the news that there is an airborne virus that is turning people into zombies.
A man and woman face each other across a table at a downtown bistro, looking nervous and awkward. There is a stiff formality to the way they sit—no slouching. It remains to be seen if it will pick up speed, gain altitude, and soar skyward . Sometimes they lead to burning love; sometimes they go down in flames.