They are not just random questions but questions that are friendly and will make people feel good. 23) Do you feel that children should be sheltered from unhappiness?
Most people don’t actually know how to ask questions and when they do, they end up sending the wrong signals with their question unknowingly. 6) What kind of sickness have you lied about so you wouldn’t go to work? 24) If you could have personally witnessed anything, what would you want to have seen? 32) If you had a brainwashing machine, who would you use it on?
76) Crowds, small groups, or “Go away, I’m a loner”?
I was having brunch with some girlfriends the other day, and we got on the subject of first dates. It’s a generic question that breeds generic answers, and doesn’t really give you additional insight into who I am.
90) If you had to be trapped in a TV show for a month, which would you choose? 97) Have you been to the movies in the last 5 days?
19) You discover that your wonderful one-year-old child is not yours because of a mix up at the hospital, would you want to exchange the child to correct the mistake? 39) What do you constantly think about that, either makes you sad or just anything? 42) What is the longest you have gone without sleep?
” Or should I say, “I get really clingy around month three and it scares guys off, so here I am, solo!
” The world already gives single girls the side-eye; there really is no need to bring up singledom on dates.
You’re so pretty, I’m surprised someone hasn’t taken you off the market!
(aka, “Why are you single: The Remix)This is one of those backhanded compliments that really has no response. As a Plus-Size Princess, I often wonder if the guys asking me out have dated big girls before (not that it matters, but I do wonder), and I’ve learned that the answer is rarely helpful.