If he's not even willing to be fun on that first point of contact, he's probably not going to be much fun on a date.
Turns out we're as much fans of humor and personality as you are.
Now I understand that women do get something like 300 times the number matches on dating apps that guys do (that number may be slightly inflated), and that it is often necessary to be quick and curt in order to wade through it all.
Not only is that a much more fun question to answer, it's also a good little trick in getting the person to open up and reveal more of their personality.
Trust me, if there's one thing I've learned after years of being a journalist, it's that a well-timed quirky-yet-fun question will put a person at ease, and that almost always leads to a better conversation. " This is a surefire way to make the conversation drag.
She began our session began by handing me the cards and instructing me to split them once or twice.
Then she spread the cards in rows across the table and began her interpretations. Still, her description of my ex as a “bad dog who was really sweet, but far too much work” was, to coin a phrase, spot on.might have been a no-brainer.Step Three Finally, when you do answer a question, try not to follow up with a lazy, "You? Basically, what it tells a guy is that you would rather be doing anything, literally anything, other than talking to him right now.So much so that you can't even be bothered to type out a complete sentence for a response.It also has the potential to weed out the guys who have no sense of humor.If he answers, "I'm Paleo and don't eat carbs," you should probably shut the whole operation down. It’s is a topic of conversation I’m smart enough to leave out of dating profiles or first dates.