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Creative Questions to Ask A Girl/Boy
« on: May 02, 2017, 11:16:21 AM »
Questions for Getting to Know People You Like. Questions for conversation starters, small talk, interviews, and major discussions. Use these questions to reclaim the lost art of conversation.


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Re: Creative Questions to Ask A Girl/Boy
« Reply #1 on: May 04, 2017, 06:33:55 AM »
I think it is very creative to start small talk and then to ask questions such as "what books do you enjoy reading," or, "what do you like to do for fun?" These may seem like same-old same-old questions, but I read somewhere that it is good to start conversations with small talk, like, "how's the weather?" or, "What have you heard about the traffic?" And then we can get into what kind of a relationship we are looking for. Friendship? Dating? Pen pals? Long-term pen pals for short-term pen pals? Looking to exchange ideas about creative projects, or career networking? You know what? I do not think there are many people on this forum. But I'll tell you what. It's been a rainier season here in Seattle than usual. I enjoy reading all sorts of different genres; in fact, I am a writer, myself. My objective in finding friends is for an email pen pal, not necessarily for short-term or long-term, but just take it how it goes. Having conversations sometimes means giving specifics about ourselves, but I know that there is such a thing as Internet safety, and you don't want to reveal too much until you trust the other person. I make friends easily. A boyfriend would be nice, but I am mostly looking for a friend. Well, every time I've had a boyfriend, there has always been a friend between us, a friend whom we share. This friend wouldn't dare try to steal my boyfriend, but nevertheless, it's fun to spend time not just alone with each other, but also hanging out with a platonic pal. So, my objective is not only to make pen pals, but also to get a boyfriend, someone other than my pen pal. We would share backgrounds about each other: where we're from, how old we are, where we went to school, and friends we've had in the past. My goal in joining the Friendship Forum was to meet a new person, because the world out there can be lonely, to have email conversations, and to talk about what kind of guy I am interested in, and how to get him. I was so talkative; I hope it wasn't too much!