Things to talk about while dating
First off, I’m 28 and I’ve never really had a problem landing a relationship or a ONS.
I have a pretty great job in addition to having a good life and taking good care of myself, so I always manage to bump into women who can sort of “sense” this from the way I carry myself, and they tend to be willing to meet me without me having to do all too much work.
While talking about exes is generally a no-no, this question has yielded some amazing responses. I made a date with Rob-I-liked, and when I arrived at the bar… I had no choice but to sit it out, cursing the ambiguity of text messages. Mine is a toss up between a large hunk of cheddar cheese and a peanut butter cup.
For me, it’s the story of the time I met two people named Rob in a very similar timeframe. Finally, if you do find yourself in the midst of a quiet moment, remember that silence has its place in conversations, too.
Actually, the more you speak to someone the more specific and detailed you can get.Some blunders, like marriage and bigotry, you know to avoid. While it's good to be open and talk about your interests, you don’t want to take it to the extreme.