In this relationship video Matt Titus and Tamsen Fadal give you date conversation topic advice.
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Tamsen: Hey everybody Matt and Tamsen here. Okay the question you ask interesting questions to ask on a date. Don’t make a job interview. Matt: It’s not just the questions. It’s the unique factor. You have to be unique. You want to be remembered as somebody to they want to go out with you again and not the ordinary, where did you grow up, is this place nice? Tamsen: What’s your dad do for a living? Matt: Oh, my God. Tamsen: Where do you live? Matt: Seriously, I’d rather leave. Tamsen: So how about this, what’s the most spontaneous thing you have ever done because I like to initiate a kind of a cool conversation. Matt: That’s really good and don’t hesitate hi and who they are born so you know so get rid on them anyway. The next thing might be how would your acts describe you? Give me poor adjectives they would use. Tamsen: How was your ex described you? Matt: Exactly and then you want to push them you want to challenge them. Again, please no ordinary questions. Honestly, they probably rather leave. Tamsen: Yes, make them as unique as possible and you make sure it’s not a job interview too because while it’s good to ask questions, listen to them instead of always like go now. Matt: She made a great point, one of her few. Asking questions makes the person feel like you care and you’re interested and that also makes them open up and think that you can actually get a lot of information from them when they get more comfortable with across the table from you. Tamsen: And we always wanted information. Okay, that’s it for now. Send your dating and relationship questions our way, we are always here to answer them. This is Matt and Tamsen.
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