We all want to love and date but not everybody is as experienced in dating as others might be. If you are looking to get a good date but are clueless about what your first date question might be, here are some great liners that can help.

In The First 10 Minutes

In the first 10 minutes of the date, make sure you settle your date. Set a good tone and then get started with the following questions:

  • What were your majors?
  • Where do you live?
  • Where did you go to school?
  • Where are you from?
  • What do you do?
  • How long have you been working at it?

All these questions will set the stage for the introductory phase of the date. Ask these five questions and then proceed to the next phase.

The second stage almost always includes setting the stage to getting to know the other person better. You have to see what his likes and dislikes are and what you two have in common. You also have to see what he does and what he will do in his spare time.

So the questions for these include:

  • What do you do when you are not working?
  • What type of music are you listening to?
  • Have you read any good books yet?
  • Are you traveling anywhere?
  • What are you watching or looking for?

There are some funny questions that you can ask that can set the stage for some deeper, more fulfilling bond. These include:

  • Do you like pets? Are you a pet person or a dog person?
  • What do you like or prefer? Music or what?
  • What is your biggest pet peeve?
  • When's your birthday?
  • What are you the most passionate about?

Dating is all about getting comfortable with the person you like and want to be with. Dating can also lead to potential marriages so it is important that whenever you date, you are prepared to ask certain questions. The aforementioned questions are the best for you when you want to date someone you like to share a deeper bond with.

On the contrary, once you start to date, you will realize how much you like the other person. Once you get to know the person, you can then ask the following questions to share a deeper bond and set the stage for deeper intimacy.

  • Which kind of bars do you like to go to?
  • What are we trying to do after this? (This is a very personal question and one that you ought to ask if you are looking to take things further.
  • Do you want dessert or coffee or want to go elsewhere?

You can even ask general questions on the first date such as how did you get here, what do you like do to do in your spare time and what are you in general and do you like this place or not?

We all date but it is also important to be careful about the following questions in your first date because you don't want a date that is empty and blank.