I'm big reader so I usually go with books. Pick a topic that you know your date is interested in and get them talking about it. The general rule is to stay away from highly contentious topics like politics and religion. Even if you're on the same page about it, it can still detract from the mood you want to set on a first date. Personal interests and hobbies are a good place to start. Education interests or entertainment are also good conversation starters.
1) Holidays you've been on. Where your hoping to go on holiday next.
2)Type of films you like.
3) what puts a smile on your face or makes you happy?
Hope you haven't fallen asleep yet Marco. I know you asked for great topics, but this is as good as it gets with me. lol.
I always suggest points of interest.
By asking what your dates interests are you may find things you share in common. Not only will this lead to longer and better conversation but also ideas for a second date!
One thing to never do is be to personal in your questions, oh and always try to make your date laugh. Everyone loves to smile and it will help you both relax.
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