Best grindr conversation starters

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  85. In social circumstances, we meet other people and need to begin conversing with them. Doing so can be very difficult. After all, here you are with a complete stranger and you are supposed to start a conversation with him or her. Additionally, when you want to get to know someone, you need to get them talking about themselves. When meeting someone for the first time or trying to get to know someone better, you need to know some good conversation starters. Good conversation starters engage the other person and illicit a response. They relax those conversing and lead to longer and, perhaps, deeper conversational topics. Remember that people talk to each other all the time and most conversations come naturally after the first few sentences. Do not worry about being boring or saying something stupid. If you think that doing so will help, extend your hand, and tell them your full name and, if they do not tell you theirs, ask what it is. There are a few things to remember when you start a conversation. It is best to build a conversation on something you know the person likes or something you have in common, so choose your conversation topic carefully. Use questions and respond to what your listener says appropriately. Also, consider the time and place. You probably do not want to use a funny conversation starter if you are at a funeral or after a sad movie. If you know of something that happened recently that most people are talking about, ask the other person what they think about the story. Just be careful not to discuss anything too controversial — a real conversation stopper. If you know something the other person really enjoys, that is always a good conversation starter. We all like to talk about what we love, whether it is a hobby or pastime, a pet, or our family. If there is something you really love, your will find it easy to talk about it with someone else. Sometimes your listener may want to just listen to you talk for a while and your enthusiasm about what you love may encourage them to open up and talk. It also adds a sense of intimacy, so is a good tool to use when talking about personal subjects. Using the words who, what, when, where, why, and how cause the person to elaborate about their thoughts, feelings, and opinions. Illicit a Response to Your Comment Talk about something that is of interest to you, and then ask a question related to what you said. For example, share the title of your favorite movie, then ask the name of theirs. Answer a Question with a Question When a person seems hesitant to talk about him or herself, they may ask you several questions. You can deflect the question s with your own question s. Describe colors, sounds, tastes, and feelings to paint a visual picture of a place or event. Respond Naturally Smile and laugh when someone is funny. How to Start a Conversation with a Girl When you start a conversation with a girl, the key is sincerity. Most girls can tell if you are a player, just using flattery to get and keep their attention. Often beginning a conversation talking about you puts a girl at ease and opens the door for sharing thoughts and ideas. Sometimes it is best to practice on a female friend or family member. Your sister, if you have one, will be brutally honest if your conversation starter misses the mark. Mothers and other older female relatives may also be able to give some advice as to what works and what does not. Remember to really look at her. Flattering comments dealing with appearance are always good conversation starters. Do you like her hair or eyes? Is she wearing your favorite color? This open-ended question works to start a conversation about siblings, grandparents, and funny family vacations and experiences. Asking this question and listening carefully to the answer gives you some foundational information upon which to build an interesting conversation. Embarrassing moments are usually humorous, so this topic will help her relax and feel comfortable talking to you. Favorites always work well as conversation starters. Remember to pause while sharing yours so she has a chance to speak. You may find out you have the same or similar plans, which can lead to sharing some time together. Girls love talking about their pets. If she does not have any, ask what animal she would like to have as a pet. A good key to finding out her personality type. If she goes for casual clothes, future dates to sporting events, movies, or a local burger joint probably will appeal to her. If she loves to dress up, consider a date to the fancy restaurant. If she likes to do something with her friends, she will probably enjoy doing it with you as well. Another good way to find out what is important to her — money, helping others, etc. Girls like to be taken seriously and when you ask your opinion, she gets the idea that you have respect for what she thinks. How to Start a Conversation with a Guy The key to starting a conversation with a guy is knowing his interests. Check out his Facebook page, if he has one, to see if he likes cars, fishing, sports, etc. Usually a leading question about his favorite pastime will get the conversation going. If you do not know some of the terminology he uses, ask him to explain. Additionally, a sarcastic or funny comment can get the conversation going. Practice starting a conversation with your father, brother, other male relative, or a male friend. Since you are practicing with someone you know, you can relax. Make sure you ask them how well you are doing at starting a conversation and for any tips they may have. Continue the conversation by asking about his dream car. Ask if he has any pictures of vehicles he likes or vehicle shows he has seen. Ask him if he has at least one scar from some activity or mishap. Ask he responds positively, ask if you can see it if it is not someplace inappropriate , and what the story is behind the scar. If you like his shirt, tell him so and why — it is your favorite color, you like the style, etc. Tell me about them. If he responds positively, ask of what. Guys tend to be daredevils. Asking this question is a good way to get him to talk about his daring deeds. It should not be hard to get him talking about a recent game or his favorite player. Funny Conversation Starters You may not think of yourself as a funny person. However, it is not difficult to start a conversation with humor. Doing so gets the other person to relax, the first step in building a good conversation. You do not have to get belly laughs each time — a simple smile is sometimes enough to get your listener in a good state of mind. Funny conversation starters work well at parties and to break a gloomy mood caused by a cloudy day or unexpected circumstances. Then ask the other person which animal they would choose to be and why. Then ask them if they have a nickname and how they got it. Then ask them to share theirs. Conversation Starter Questions Conversation questions work well, as most people feel that they must answer, no matter what you ask. Your favorite actor actress? What sound do you hate? Did you like it? How old were you when you lived in each place? How to Keep a Conversation Going Once you get a conversation started, the next thing is to keep it going. Doing so helps you find out more about the other person and begin building a relationship. Our four tips will help you keep the conversation rolling. Tip 1 — Maintain the Conversational Momentum An ideal conversation consists of both individuals contributing about equally. Tip 2 — Listen Actively Pay attention to what the other person is saying, so that the conversation moves smoothly and you are aware when a response or comment is appropriate. You may be able to use what you hear to ask additional questions or make comment to keep the other person talking. Tip 4 — Draw on Previous Conversations Think about any previous conversation you may have had with or about the person. For example, if you had a brief conversation previously about a school project, ask for more details. How to Keep a Conversation Going with a Girl Most girls like to share their feelings — about clothes, their friends, and their families. Finding a topic that is of interest to a girl can get her started talking and keep the conversation going. Ask a girl about her pets or animals in general. Then share information about your pets. Liking animals and talking about them is a great way to keep a conversation going. Remember to be sensitive to feelings. Make sure the girl you are talking to is comfortable with the topic you have chosen. Be thoughtful and stay away from topics that may be too personal, such as previous relationships or the death of a family member. If necessary, talk about simple things. Simple, everyday topics, such as the weather, are non-threatening and can lead into longer conversations. Do you swim often? Stay away from deep or controversial topics until you know each other better. Choose the right questions. Avoid anything romantic, very personal, or sexual in nature, as you do not want to scare her away. Use our list of Conversation Starter Questions or Funny Conversation Starters to get her to relax and talk about herself. When she seems to be talking about a subject of particular interest to her, use questions to keep the conversation going. How to Keep a Conversation Going with a Guy Although it sometimes is difficult to start a conversation with a guy — especially with one you have an interest in — it can be even more difficult to keep the conversation going. Consider making a comment on where you are or what you are doing. For example, comment on the room, the food, or the lighting and ask him what she thinks about each. Any topic that leads to a string of questions and answers will keep the conversation moving. However, if you follow these tips, you will achieve success. Get Him to Talk About Himself Use questions to get him to open up and talk about himself. After all, the goal is to get to know him, and if you talk only about yourself, you will end up knowing nothing about him and appear self-absorbed. Build a Conversation What He Says Watch for clues that he is talking about something that really interests him and continue asking questions or making comments to keep him talking. If you agree with him, say so. If you do not understand something he says, ask him to explain. Stay Focused on What He Says Use facial expressions and phrases to indicate you are paying attention and to encourage him to keep talking. Do not interrupt with long comments of your own unless there is a pause. Let your facial expression convey your reaction to what he is saying. If he says something funny, laugh. Use Compliments Men do not get compliments often. Think about it; men do not compliment men. Therefore, a simple mention of liking something he is wearing, participates in, or his hobby goes a long way. Just do not go overboard with compliments, as that becomes creepy! Although it is not always easy to start a conversation and keep it going, the more you converse with others, the easier it will become. Soon you will find beginning a conversation with someone comes naturally and without much effort. Once you learn how to start and keep a conversation going, you will make more friends and have more opportunities for socializing. Get out there and meet people, using what you have learned in this article to be a great conversationalist!
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