I met my school friend at the gym. How to start a conversation again after 6 years of passing?
She is the most cutest girl in my class. She also recognizes me, but she wants me to talk first!
I would simply say, "Hi, How have you been? It has been a long time." I know it is original, but it will spark up a conversation.
by Salima Deen 3 weeks ago
Today with all we face in the World; the mode of communication has changed drastically, it is much more easier to start a conversation, debate or telling your problems .... The use of the Internet has become our next friend ... What do u think?
by Sophia Angelique 6 years ago
How many people ask a question just to start a conversation, and why?So many of these questions are such old cliches and worn out philosophies that everybody must have heard it before. I cannot conceive that they are genuine questions.Next, if someone really wants an answer, it's quicker and more...
by NikiDiva 7 years ago
When is it ok to talk about sex after you just met a person?
by Jim50 3 years ago
Why are there so much more gay and bi women today?There are many women nowadays that are Gay And Bi, and it is sad that many of us Straight Men are looking to meet a good woman to settle down with. And with shows like Sex in the city, and Opra certainly destroyed this generation today. Very hard...
by Charlu 6 years ago
Other than family or significant others have you ever met someone and had an immediate bond?You know, it's when you look at each other and can see straight through to there very soul or feel like you've known them for a life time. It doesn't matter if they're 5 or 85 it's just that connection...
by Chitrangada Sharan 5 years ago
Have you ever come across or met a fellow hubber in real life? If so, how was the experience?The Hubpages community is so friendly and supportive. I really wish to meet some if not all of them in person, in real life. If it happened to you, how would you feel?
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