It's worth it to take the time before a date (or before a party, even) to come up with some unusual but fun questions to get to know someone in a different way than everyone else.
It's also a good idea to keep your questions open-ended, so that it takes more than a "yes-no" or one-word answer to respond.
If it is a short answer, such as a movie title, follow it up with "Why did you like that movie?
Part of the joy of dating is the early stages, full of laughter and fun questions to get to know someone better.
There's the nagging fear of saying the wrong thing, whether that be because of some ?
I enjoy reading books on history, hiking with my dog, Amelia, and eating Japanese food.
Everybody likes to be the focus of attention, so make sure your questions reflect that - not "How do you like my tie?While you don't want to be an interrogator, asking question after question, make sure to inevitably lead the conversation back around to , and ask another fun question.