Lots of guys tense up and get nervous at the thought of approaching a girl they find attractive or have a bit of a crush on. What if you scare her? What if she rejects you? What if she thinks you’re weird? But these fears shouldn’t stop you from connecting with someone you could start something real with.
We’ll let you in on a secret: approaching a woman is easy, it’s knowing what to say and keeping the conversation going that can prove more difficult. That’s why having some go-to questions to ask a girl you like can definitely help.
That’s why we compiled a list of 25 questions that will make talking to women seem easy. They range from serious to silly and will show that you’re a thoughtful, attentive person who wants to get to know her more.
What’s the first thing you notice when you meet a guy?
Do you tend to follow your heart or your head?
Are you an introvert or an extrovert?
Are you superstitious about anything?
What’s the biggest thing you’ve overcome so far in life?
What always cheers you up on a tough day?
If you won the lottery tomorrow, what’s the first thing you would buy?
If you could eat one thing for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Who is your celebrity doppelganger?
Who is my celebrity doppelganger?
Have you ever seen a ghost?
Who’s your fictional crush?
Do you ever sing in the shower?
What’s your spirit animal?
What’s something new you learned this week?
What’s some place you’ve always wanted to visit, but haven’t seen yet?
What was your favorite birthday party you had as a kid?
What was your first car?
What song could you listen to on repeat forever and ever?
What song can you never listen to again?
What’s your most controversial unpopular opinion?
What’s the worst job you’ve ever had?
What do you think I’m thinking about right now?
What do you like most about me?
If you could be anywhere right now, where would you be?
Remember: Once you ask a girl a question, it’s important to listen to her response. Rather than moving down the list of 25 questions as fast as you can, see where the conversation takes you. Then, when you feel a lull or aren’t sure what to say next, you can pick back up where you left off.