How would you describe me to someone who doesn’t know me?
Before you meet that next potential suitor, I want you to think about questions to ask a guy on a date.
Here are some questions to help: Getting to know a man requires a million little data points.
It may seem trite to ask him if he’s a dog or cat person, but it could open the door to a heartwarming story about his first dog, Pete.
These aren’t your typical Like I said earlier: you want to know what a man is all about without giving him the third degree. Usually, asking someone about their family is a great way to get them to open up (unless there’s some tragedy or drama there.
Questions about what makes him tick and his experiences can actually tell you a lot about his personality. Still, if that comes up, it could be a red flag for you to pay attention to.).
If he’s never had a relationship longer than three months, do you really think that you’ll be the one to break that chain?
If he hems and haws about what he’s looking for relationship-wise, he’s probably not looking for long-term.
And questions about money shouldn’t come off as too nosy. Still, you can use these questions as a means to find out if he’s financially stable or not.
Talking about books can help you find out if he’s intelligent and thirsty for knowledge.
Don’t underestimate the power of questions about his interests!
You’re on a date one night, and the subject of travel comes up.
Your date tells you that in six months, he’s moving to Timbuktu.