First and foremost, compliment above the neck, hair, brains, etc..
Then move in below the waste.
Women’s Top Ten Favorite Conversation..
1. Hopes and aspirations
2. Hobbies/interests in general
Women’s Top Ten Date Picks..
2. Taking a romantic walk
4. Coffee shop
5. Live music
6. Comedy Club
8. Bowling or Playing Pool
9. Amusement Park
The best date questions..
Dog or Cat?
Netflix or YouTube?
Phone Call or Text?
Toast or Eggs?
Cardio or Weights?
Facebook or Instagram?
Ice Cream Cone or Snow Cone?
Mobile Games or Console Games?
While walking: Music or Podcasts?
iPhone or Android?
Form or Function?
Pop or Indie?
Cake or Pie?
Swimming or Sunbathing?
High-tech or Low-tech?
Big Party or Small Gathering?
New Clothes or New Phone?
Football or Basketball?
Work Hard or Play Hard?
Nice Car or Nice Home Interior?
What’s worse: Laundry or Dishes?
Jogging or Hiking?
Bath or Shower?
Sneakers or Sandals?
Glasses or Contacts?
Pizza or Tacos?
Couch or Recliner?
Online Shopping or Shopping in a Store?
Receive: Email or Letter?
Passenger or Driver?
Tablet or Computer?
Most important in a partner: Intelligent or Funny?
Car or Truck?
Blue or Red?
Money or Free Time?
Amusement Park or Day at the Beach?
At a movie: Candy or Popcorn?
Pen or Pencil?
Toilet paper: Over or Under?
Cups in the cupboard: Right Side Up or Up Side Down?
Pancake or Waffle?
Coke or Pepsi?
Coffee Cup or Thermos?
Blinds or Curtain?
Train or Plane?
Phone or Phablet?
Iced Coffee or Hot Coffee?
Meat or Vegetables?
International Vacation or a New TV?
Save or Spend?
Honesty or Other’s Feelings?
Coffee or Tea?
TV or Book?
Movie at Home or Movie at the Theater?
Ocean or Mountains?
Horror Movie or Comedy Movie?
City or Countryside?
Mac or PC?
Soup or Sandwich?
Card Game or Board Game?
Classical Art or Modern Art?
Beer or Wine?
Camping or Binge Watching Shows at Home?
Working Alone or Working in a Team?
Dine In or Delivery?
Sweater or Hoodie?
Motorcycle or Bicycle?
Book or eBook?
When sleeping: Fan or No Fan?
Ninjas or Pirates?
TV Shows or Movies?
Best date places to go..
In this fast paced world we live in, sometimes we don’t make time to socialize. Before you know it, your friends have all gone their own ways and often you are left alone. You sit night after night watching TV or spending time on the computer.
The computer you say, can help you meet people. Sometimes it can, but more often than not, it’s just faceless, meaningless chatroom conversation. It’s better to get outside of your home, see people face-to-face, socialize and have fun!
There are many reasons you may not get out to meet people. You’re too busy, too tired, too shy, too frustrated by the social scene, and just overwhelmed by it all. But the alternative is to be alone.
Listed next are 25 places to meet people. Some ideas to help get you motivated to go out and make some new friends. All you have to do is leave your house! You have nothing to lose and so much to gain: FRIENDS! Change your attitude, be open to possibilities, relax, and have fun. Bars and nightclubs are not mentioned as there are many better and preferred ways to meet people.
1)Join a health club: solves two problems; you’ll become less of a couch potato and more fit. Think of all the people you will meet. The friends you meet here will most likely be healthy, athletic and attractive. You’ll look better and feel better at the same time.
2)Take a class, any class: again a two in one tactic; you’ll learn something new and make new friends with similar interests. Conversation is easier if you have something in common.
3)Go to Museums: Many museums have special events and members only events. Become a member and meet lots of cultured people.
4)Got to sporting events: Go to sporting events of any kind; soccer, football, basketball, etc. Go to professional games or college games, guaranteed to have fun.
5)Go to Flea Markets and Antique Shows: While you’re browsing the finds, you can people watch.
7)Join a Book Club: Check this out at your local library. Reading books and sharing them is another great way to get to know people.
8)Join a Singles Group: Self-explanatory, there are many singles organizations out there that plan singles dances, get-aways, etc.
9)Volunteer: Help build houses for Habitat for Humanity; give out beverages at marathons, or join one of the many volunteer organizations.
10)Have a Party: Invite your friends and have them invite two friends and so on and so on.
11)Learn a craft: take craft classes at your local community center.
12)Join a Business Association: If you are a professional, join your local association. Network for your business and your personal life.
13)Go to High School/College Reunions: A great way to reconnect with your old best friend!
14)Get a Dog and Walk Everywhere: go to parks and the beach with your dog. Dogs are great people meeters!
15)Go to every Party you are invited to: even if you don’t want to go…go. You never know who you’ll meet.
16)Join an Investment Club: make money and friends!
17)Travel: go to the islands; Europe; talk to everyone. Learn about their culture.
18)Go to seminars: lots of people go to seminars alone; great place to start a conversation.
19)Go to Wine Tastings: sometimes local restaurants have a wine-tasting night.
20)Go skiing, snowmobiling, snowboarding
21)Take a yoga, Tai Chi class: relieve tensions and meet other enlightened people.
22)Get a new job: Is your job boring, going nowhere, maybe you need a change. A new job is a great place to make some new relationships.
23)Join a women’s or men’s group
24)Take up acting; go to acting workshops, help create scenery.
25)Talk to everyone, everywhere
As you can see, these are not difficult methods.
They are tried and true. Remember, you can never have too many friends.