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“If you are able to relate to something they’ve done, you get bonus points.” He also suggests asking open-ended questions about their profile or something you discussed previously, like “Tell me more about your love for hiking” or “What did you like most about your trip to Cancun that made you say you would love to live there?
” “The secret sauce to icebreakers is creating a safe space for you both to open up, which will hopefully lead to a second date,” he says. “It’s great to have a fool-proof cheat-sheet of three specific questions to always ask on a date that relate to their profile,” she says.
“The cats-or-dogs question will get those out of the way,” Bennett says.
Having similar taste in music can help you and a date bond, and if you ask them about the last concert they went to — or even the best concert they ever went to — it can help you learn more about them.
“Asking questions that require black and white answers are a great way to start deeper conversations.” And if it's an online date, make sure you take another look at their profile.
“Their answer alone can trigger a whole new set of conversations to be had, now and in the future.”Hall, too, believes asking your date where they’d like to travel makes for a great icebreaker.
“Dream destinations can give you a great peek into someone’s lifestyle, goals, and is a good conversation-starter,” she says.
“Whether it was a boss in a previous job, a mentor, or a relative, asking your date about their role model(s) lets you sit back and listen as someone talks about someone who’s meaningful in their life,” Spira says.
“Plus, you’ll see how it carved out the foundation of who they are today.”A lot of people have passion projects that they do for free, so now’s your chance to see what your date does in their spare time — and what they’d do as a job for free.