If she uses a professional headshot as her profile picture, you might conclude that she wants to be taken seriously.If she uses a picture of her ziplining through the jungle, you might try to appeal to her adventurous side. Try to pick up on what she is passionate about — she'll be more apt to respond if you ask her about something she’s interested in. If you ask about something you are mutually interested in, you'll have a much easier time keeping the conversation flowing.So you've matched with someone on a dating app and now you're trying to figure out how to start the conversation.Here's one piece of advice: Don't ask your match what they do. w=1024" class="wp-image-346491 size-full" src="https://scstylecaster.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/crazy-stupid-love-movie-image-ryan-gosling-emma-stone-02.jpg? w=1024&h=683" alt="first date questions" width="1024" height="683" srcset="https://scstylecaster.files.wordpress.com/2015/03/crazy-stupid-love-movie-image-ryan-gosling-emma-stone-02.jpg? Have you traveled anywhere cool lately/do you have any trips coming up? Some of these questions may seem silly at first, but they can be very telling. A foolproof way to ensure that conversation will always be flowing is to simply your date things, although—given the fact that we never know how comfortable others are with casual conversation—that might be easier said than done. Where exactly do you live in [insert your city or town here]? Questions over the first drink should be an equal mix of inquisitive and casual, and should allow you to start gauging his or her true personality. Myka Meier, founder of NYC-based Beaumont Etiquette, which offers dating app etiquette classes, says starting a conversation by talking about jobs is one of the most common mistakes made by her clients — both male and female — who use dating apps.
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"It's about figuring out more about their personality at this stage, and that initial kind of chemistry — if you have that chemistry.
You often just have a few pictures to play off of." Meier says sticking to open-ended questions that focus on your match's background or interests is a better way to start things off.
"A lot of feedback that both men and women in our dating courses give us is that it's almost like if you were to ask, 'so how much money do you make? "' Plus, Meier says that asking what someone does can sometimes lead to a dead end.
They might say they're a lawyer, but not ask about your occupation. Instead, Meier suggests starting the conversation with something that will help you get to know your match outside of their employer.