If you’re confident, ask if she or he would like to continue the date someplace else. ) alternate ending to the night rather than simply going your separate ways after drinks or dinner. There’s this cool bar I know around here, want to go grab a drink? Want to get coffee/dessert after this somewhere else? My friend’s actually having a party a few blocks away, do you wanna stop by? This phase is tricky, and should only be reserved if you’re really feeling strong vibes.
The trick to successfully vetting a prospect on a first date, while simultaneously keeping the energy light and fun, is knowing what questions to ask and how to ask them. What are their likes and dislikes, what do you have in common, what does he or she do in their spare time?
For example, work, his or her family, hobbies, pop culture, and favorite music are all surefire bets. If you’re savvy, you’ll realize that certain questions–even the most basic ones—have the ability to tell a lot about a person.
Maybe because of this question, you and your friend will try doing things that you were scared to do before. This is one of the standard questions to ask a friend. Where in the world would your friend go if they had the opportunity? These memories are what makes us feel warm and wholesome. It’s important to know your friends’ insecurities because you’ll want to discover them – just in case you’ve been teasing them about it this whole time *and then stop*. Ahh, it’s a beautiful thing when you see someone show you what they love about themselves because it’s probably what you love about them as well.
[Read: How to make REAL friends outside your social networks] #3 What is your most embarrassing moment?
#14 If you could invite anyone to dinner, living or dead, who would it be? [Read: Are you losing your friend or just drifting away? Maybe it’s someone you know personally, or maybe not. I love this question because my friends give me descriptions that are completely the opposite of what they are.