Internet dating icebreakers
), or a weekend day-drinking with friends,” Thomas Edwards, founder of The Professional Wingman, tells Bustle.
However, you can also ask them not to choose an answer like “errands.” “Overall, it’s a fun way to peek into your date’s day-to-day lifestyle,” Edwards says.
“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?"Believe it or not, some singles show up on dates who suffer a temporary loss in memory, and don’t remember their date’s name or what they look like.” She says that this can be embarrassing and will signal that you’re either a serial dater or one who doesn’t care much about the date you’re going on.But, by reminding yourself of the person you’re meeting, it’ll help you when it comes time to conversation-starters and icebreakers, too.“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.“To ease the stress, it’s good to take a screenshot of your date’s profile and review it before you meet for a date," Julie Spira, online dating expert, tells Bustle.