This kind of question is especially fun if you are at a larger gathering where everyone seems to know everyone else, because oftentimes you'll get introductions to everyone else as well."If you won a free education, what would you go back to school for? "Not only does this question tell you what they went to school for (and if they took any post-secondary classes at all), but also provides you with a hint as to their goals, aspirations and dreams. "Depending on where you are will determine what exactly you are asking a suggestion for.
Coffee shops and bookstores/libraries are great for this icebreaker, as are local eateries, pubs, sporting events and grocery stores.
Here is another example of a travel intro done right: Feasting on shrimp fresh off the boat in Belgium, sampling Bordeaux deep in France’s wine country, and exploring Marrakech’s night markets… Right now I’m touring the Caribbean via yacht, trading government secrets, working on my tan, and holding a Mai Tai… Humor can be a tricky thing on dating profiles, because it’s so subjective.
I might not be able to compete with Andrew Zimmern’s travel schedule, but my passport’s not lacking in the stamp department. What makes one woman giggle could fall flat for another. Here is an example of how to promise good things to come, without crossing the border into brag-land: Must love from-scratch cinnamon rolls, spontaneous 3-day weekends, art galleries, snorkeling along secluded island reefs, and, of course, long walks on the beach – everyone on here loves those, right?
Either way, this icebreaker will get the two of you in close physical contact (if not touching in the case of the sunscreen) so that you can make smiling eye contact to show your interest.
Don't let the apple of your eye get away with a mere, "Sure," however; try starting a conversation about the item in question, whether or not sunscreen really helps, or some other related item in the vicinity."You look familiar.
The competition’s so fierce that the first sentence can literally make or break your chances of meeting a great girl. Don’t worry, you’ll be covered by the time you finish reading this post…Think about your profile as a commercial – you’re about to unleash the inner Don Draper you never knew you had.
Commercials have to command your attention from the very first moment, otherwise you’ll fast forward them or go grab a snack, right? The very first line of your profile has one mission: Make her feel something.
It’s so hard to find the right words to say when writing about yourself.
If nothing else, you'll learn more about your intended interests' background and family history, and can ask more questions as they provide more details."How do you fit into the picture here?
"There are several variations on this question, such as asking how someone knows the party host, or how they came across the band whose gig you're both at.
Have fun and see where the conversation takes you."What does your name mean?
"Asking someone with an unusual first or last name is a great pickup line, especially if they have a story to tell.