Questions to ask on a date

Over the years, all of us have had dates and have had to face a barrage of questions ranging from the mundane to the obnoxious!

Some date questions are just plain stupid like “what would you do if you win a million dollars?” and some date questions like “what are you looking at, right now?” crosses privacy into ridiculousness.

Now don’t get us wrong, they’re not bad questions. It makes your date feel like they’re being judged in a job interview. And no one likes that!

First dates can be exciting, and yet, a bit jittery, what with all the list of date questions everyone’s armed with these days!

As much as a date is about questioning and interrogating each other, it’s also a lot more about keeping the conversation going and having a great time.

If you want a long list of questions to ask on a date, well, you’re just sad. Dates don’t work that way! Dates are special, and each date is as unique as the two unique individuals on the date.

The five date questions

If you’re having a great time on a date, everything can seem happy and nice. But how can you judge if your date is a long term potential? That’s where these five questions to ask on a date come into play.

Depending on the way your date answers these five questions, you can have an idea about them and find out if they’re what you’re looking for.

#1 Do you enjoy your work?

Pop this question in while you’re speaking about your date’s work. How does your date answer to this question?

In life, we all face a lot of hurdles and difficulties. And we have two kinds of people, the whiners and the doers. Whiners whine about everything, and yet do nothing about it. While the doers, obviously do something about it.

If your date whines about their job, who’s to say they won’t whine about your relationship in the later years? This questions can help you understand what kind of a person your date is, and how they cope with difficult issues in their life.

#2 What do you do when you’re having a tough day?

You see, these are simple questions and you’re not going to put your date in a spot by asking these questions. And yet, they can reveal so much about their life and their attitude towards it.

Every now and then, we all have to deal with shitty days, let’s face it. But how does your date cope with it? Does your date jog the frustration off, watch a few movies at night, order a big take out, or do they like to lock themselves up and spend some time alone, contemplating *plotting revenge* about it?

So if you both ever hook up, are you both going to deal with the difficulties in life together or will your partner just withdraw into a shell?

#3 How long has it been since your last relationship?

In any other circumstance, this question would be personal. But both of you are meeting up to see if there’s a chance to be together. So in this case, this is a good question to ask on a date.

This date question can help you gauge if your date is looking for true love or a rebound relationship. And even if we’re not talking about a rebound relationship, it could tell a lot about your date’s view on life.

Let’s face it, many of us love drama in our lives. Some of us just can’t be happy when things are all pleasant and smooth in love. We need a roller coaster ride of frustration and intense happiness to keep the excitement alive in love. And if we’re not getting it, we break up and move on to experience it all, all over again! So how’s your date here?

#4 How long was your longest relationship?

This is a date question that can help you understand your date’s approach to life. Long term relationships are no joke, to be quite honest. It takes a lot of love, determination and compromise to keep the boat of love from rocking.

And sadly, many people just don’t have what it takes. They care too much about themselves to put up with someone else, even if it’s a lover. And they can’t really change their ways too. If your date’s had no long term relationship over at least a year, then something’s not usually right.

Yeah, there’s also a chance that they haven’t met anyone who’s really nice and sweet. But still, a series of short relationships should have a red light flashing.

On the other hand, if your date’s been in a very long term relationship for several years or a decade, it can be difficult to erase those old thoughts away and they may need some time to actually move on or forget about their ex.

#5 What do you do on weekends?

A very simple question to ask on a date, but one that is very revealing.

Weekends are that time of the week when you don’t have to work or worry about anything, and it’s all about doing what you like. It’s that time when you indulge in activities that really give you joy. So what does your date like doing on weekends?

Does your date’s activity define them or make them more interesting? Is it compatible with your interests?

Hanging out in unwashed boxers and playing a game on the PlayStation, or spending a whole day on facials and massages can seem like fun to many, but what about you? Getting this compatibility wrong will lead to a very frustrating love life.

And there we have it, the date questions that can make or break a date. Remember, a happy date isn’t about reciting a list of questions to ask on a date, it’s about having a great conversation with each other, and falling in love with each other. Of course, that’s after you’ve snuck these five questions into the conversation!

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