Secure a second date by avoiding specific questions at all costs. Certain questions will immediately vaporize any date you’re on and turn it into an uncomfortable and awkward experience.
You want to avoid them like the plague. The first date is the time where you get to know the other person; it’s supposed to be a fun, low-key, causal experience. These questions bring an element of seriousness in and are really not the direction you want your day to go.
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So what are the bad first date questions?
1. “Is religious important to you?”
You want to stay away religion on a first date. Everyone has his or her own belief system. It’s just not something that is necessary to talk about on the first date. It really allows itself to end up in an argument or some kind of debate that will detract away from you guys building up attraction and romance between each other.
2. “Do you follow politics?”
Like religion, politics is another topic you must stay away from. It really brings the day down to a serious level and you get into a more logical kind of discussion and you really want your discussion to be causal, flirtatious, and fun.
3. “Do you want to have kids?”
Whilst this is important to know especially if your older and looking to settle down, it’s not the right time to bring a conversation about whether she wants kids in her life. You could probably assume for most girls, kids will be an important role in their future. But it’s just not where you want to be taking the first date.
4. “When was your last break up?”
Avoid any questions about last relationships or previous partners. It’s probably going to conjure up some bad emotions in her and bring her back to a memory that probably wasn’t very pleasant.
5. “Do you eventually want to get married?”
For a lot of girls, this will scare them right away. She doesn’t even know you and your thinking about commitment long-term. Marriage shouldn’t even factor into the equation until at least you guys have been going out for three to six months.
6. “So when do you want to have sex?”
It’s not uncommon for a first date to end up in sex, but it really shouldn’t be verbalized. That can be a bit risky. You kind of want sex to naturally evolve and happen. Generally when a guy brings up sex on a first date, it can put the girl on a very uncomfortable, awkward spot, and will say the wrong things about you.
If you’re instantly thinking about sex, then she’s really going to really feel devalued, so avoid these questions, and keep your dates fun, flirty, enjoyable, full of good emotions and positivity.
You want to stray off any kind of topics that could lead to negativity/debate. It’s not necessary on the first date.
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