5 Subjects to Conversate About on First Date

Published: 30th April 2010
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5 Things to Conversate About on First Date



If you know someone who is not adept at striking a conversation with a complete stranger or someone you hardly know, creating a challenging conversation on a blind date might be a problem for you. But fear not. It takes some simple tricks to get yourself and your potential partner talking when you go on your first date.



If you want the conversation to flow on your first date, you better plan ahead. It does not mean that you have to learn what you will say because that can get you into trouble if you forget your lines. A plain mental note of themes that can stimulate the conversation will help on breaking dead air. Need a list of subjects? We give you the 5 essential topics that you can bring up if you plan to go on a blind date with a dinner dating service:



1 Friends and Family - One thing is for sure your date has stories to tell either about family or friends. Ask open-ended questions like, "How frequently do you hang out with your friends?" or "Got any brothers or sisters?" One rule of thumb, do not ask about your date's parents. That is treading into dangerous waters. The parents could be divorced or separated, and based on experience it always lead to an inconvenient condition or stuttered response on your end.



2 Career - May it be running a big company or doing freelance gigs, people in general like to conversate about what they do for a living. They say you can tell a lot about the person's likes and dislikes by their career. Asking questions about someone's job gives you hints on other topics that person would want to talk about. For instance, if that person works in TV production, you can lead the topic to TV shows you enjoy or the latest hit TV series. Ask your date what are the pleasurable things about his or her work. You can even let your date rant about his or her work. I'm sure you have an opinion about that. Who has not experienced working with a difficult boss or an annoying co-worker?



3 Travel - This is a fun subject. Ask your date her latest travel risky venture and it will lead to learning and sharing of experiences. Keep in mind that the three best things to talk about travel are the sight, the taste and the feel. What are the tourist spots one shouldn't miss? What are the must-try dainties of the place? How does it feel being on that place? You might share the same thoughts on these things.



In blind dating, it would have been better if you chance upon someone who you share common interests with. But why leave it to chance? Dinner dating has been taken to a new level now. An online dating service systematically matches like-minded people and set up a date for them. The best online dating site for London dating, friends dating or mature dating is SimplyDinner.co.uk. Signing up on Simplydinner.co.uk is very easy, and they offer 110% money-back guarantee if you don't like their service.



4 What's Hot and New? - Talk about the latest trends in pop culture, the latest gizmos or the latest news you have seen on TV. Chances are your date has something to say about it, unless your date is a complete recluse. But even so, your date might be affected if you tell something new that he or she has not heard of yet. If you are careful not to sound self-important, you can share what might be valuable information for your date. Now that's a turn on!



5 Your date - On the face of it, nothing is more interesting than talking about oneself. That is why social networks that allow you to update other people about what's going on with yourself are so fashionable. Be the observer. Let your date do most of the talking. Be captive to what your date is saying, and don't forget those verbal nods. It does not mean that you will just clam up all throughout the date. Do your share of talking but give your date more talk time so he/she will feel that you are interested. Do you know that being a good conversationalist lies heavily on the ability to listen?



If you are still indecisive to go alone on a blind date for fear of not having the courage to initiate a conversation or for fear of blurting out garbled response to your date, you can sign up for SimplyDinner.co.uk and they can arrange a group date consisting of six to eight people. This way, you will less likely to have first date jitters because there are other people on the group that will do the talking for you at times you can't think of something to say.



London Dating is a new twist to online dating. For more information be sure to stop by Simplydinner.co.uk. for more information and to signup for one of the themed dinners.

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