When meeting a girl it’s helpful to ask them questions, both because they will feel you are truly interested in who they are and because you will want to know certain things.
Going into a relationship, or for that matter: fling, blindfolded is never a good idea.
Now, of course there’s nothing to say that they will tell you the truth (and truth is, as we know, subjective), but it will still help you get a feel for who they are.
As a bonus, it’s been shows that asking each other questions that slowly get more and more personal/intimate increases the feelings you feel for someone.
There are so many things you want to know about the person sitting across from you, but how do you pry into his or her personal life without coming across like it's an interrogation?
You probably don't want to ask this out of the blue (! If you find your date is a foodie with a fully stocked refrigerator, you may have struck gold. Do daters sometimes actually forget to ask this one? Finding out what someone does is obviously a must, but also important is observing if they are passionate and positive about it.
So you've convinced someone to go on a date with you -- congratulations!
(Below are more serious questions) After you meet a girl/guy and while you are establishing a friendship, you should get answers to these questions before you start dating. They reveal a lot about what that person expects, and what that person is looking for in terms of their dreams, their spouse, their leisure time, and their ideals. In an ideal relationship, what would you spend the majority of your time doing?thanks Random Questions to ask a Girl, Your Girlfriend What were you like when you were a kid? Interesting Questions to ask Your Girlfriend or any Girl What is your full name? Of anyone out there, who would you most love to have dinner with?Before we get started, a little disclaimer: we are not implying you should run down this ENTIRE list on your first date. It's not too invasive, yet will give you insight into what the person across from you is interested in - or not.