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cropped-ask-a-guy-some-good-questions-1.jpgGetting to know a Guy can be frustrating and scary. Especially at first, because you have nowhere to start. Armed with the right questions you will be able to do it easily, every time. And you will be able to get through that initial “what if I say something wrong” stage feeling confident and calm because you know what to do.  I started Best Questions To Ask A Guy because, as a guy, I have had too many embarrassing and boring questions from girls. And I have seen people go around in circles over many dates without ever getting to know each other. So let’s begin with some of the first questions.

I started Best Questions To Ask A Guy because, as a guy, I have had too many embarrassing and boring questions from girls. And I have seen people go around in circles over many dates without ever getting to know each other. So let’s begin with some of the first questions.

So let’s begin with some of the first questions. You want to find out what is going on in the guy’s life. It doesn’t have to be his deepest vision of life right away. Sport, movies, books, and hobbies are things that pretty much every guy has at least one of. It’s not a problem if he responds negatively to something, that just means you found something that he is not into. Which is progress just the same.

1 What do you do when you are not working?
2 What was the last movie you saw?
3 What is a book that you really appreciated?
4 What sports do you like to watch?
5 What sports do you like to play?
6 Have you been traveling lately? If so, where?
7 If you could have any car or bike, which one would you have and why?
8 What are the things that you always have with you, besides your wallet, keys, and phone?
9 What food will you wake up for, in the middle of the night?

Taking it a little further

If you already found something with the questions above, then the conversation has probably taken its own course. And you might not need any of the questions below. If not, no worries, just ask some of the questions below.

10 Where would you like to be in 10 years if you could do anything?
11 What is the best part of being a man? (and what is the worst?)
12 Where did you grow up, and would you go back there?

 

Questions Better Not To Ask A Guy

Please stop asking these standard “dating” questions as most guys are just sick of them.

What was your greatest achievement until now? – This question is very tough on a nervous guy on a date. I have been asked this, and just refused to answer, albeit at a younger age. The fact is that almost everybody (under 50) believes their greatest achievement is still to come. But almost everybody is also uncertain whether they will be successful.

Don’t always ask for the superlative. The greatest, funniest, biggest, smallest, most embarrassing. Instead just ask for a funny moment or a great achievement. These questions are much easier to answer and will give you the same answer as the others. Because the guy is already going to respond with the best thing, that comes to his mind. And there will be less need to impress which means that you will get a more honest answer and easier conversation.

What if you had superpowers?

What if you had a bazillion dollars?

What if you could fly?

What kind of animal would you like to be?

These are good questions if you just want to talk, about anything. But if you want to get to know someone they are not useful. Unless you want to create some kind of Freudian psychology profile on the poor guy:)