20+ Really Interesting Questions to Ask a Girl You Like


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When you meet a girl you like, there is one thing you have to do – KEEP HER ATTENTION! Whether you are on a date or just talking on a phone with your girlfriend, silence will always be awkward.

If you suddenly run out of things to say to her, you need to have a list of great backup questions in your mind that will keep the conversation going for hours. Some are really interesting and funny!

Luckily, I am going to share with you a selection of the best things to ask her. You will love this resource – TRUST ME!

21+ Good Questions to Keep Her Interested & Curious!

1. “What is something you have tried, but will never do again?”
2. “What quirky habit do you have?”
3. “Who is your best friend?”
4. “What is the one thing you did in your past you wish you could undo?”
5. “What is your biggest fear?”
6. “What is the one place in the world you wish you lived in?”
7. “Would you rather be loved or have a lot of money?”
8. “What is the happiest memory from your childhood?”
9. “What is the most embarrassing moment of your life?”
10. “What would your dream date be like?”
11. “What would you change about your personality & look?”
12. “Who has influenced you the most in your life?”
13. “What is something you used to do as a child that you wish you could still do?”
14. “What is the worst thing about dating?”
15. “What is the one career you would love to enter?”
16. “Are you close with your family?”
17. “What is the one movie that influenced your life the most?”
18. “Where is the one place in the world you feel safe?”
19. “What is the one thing you want to experience before you die?”
20. “What is your ultimate goal in life?”

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21. “Which is the first region your eyes would wander to if you were to ever see me naked?”
22. “Have you ever decided to kiss or make out with a guy just because you were horny?”
23. “What is the naughtiest moment in your school days that you can remember?”
24. “If I ask you to ask me to do something naughty what would you prefer the most from me?”
25. “Have you ever had a dream about being a lesbian?”
26. “What do you prefer; thongs or panties?”
27. “While you are kissing, what types of other things you prefer to be done simultaneously?”
28. “Where you do like being touched the most?”
29. “What is your wildest sexual secret that you want to indulge in at least once in your lifetime?”
30. “Have you ever had an unexpected orgasm?”

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  • Dave

    I would like to add that something that should be discussed is belief systems – or rather, world views. People think they can have polar opposite world views and make it work. It is VERY rare for this to happen, and when it does, usually both have agreed on everything else which makes things tolerable.

    • http://thestallionstyle.com/ James Buzinko

      Thanks for adding this question to this list. It is worth considering.

  • Sandy

    I really enjoyed this list, coming from a woman’s point of view. The questions are easy, yet deep, and allow for an open conversation where you can be open or closed off as you like. I don’t like to feel like a man is pressing me for answers. Yuck!

    • http://thestallionstyle.com/ James Buzinko

      Thanks a lot for your feedback Sandy. I am glad you liked it.

  • Tina

    Okay, so I know this is a bit much, But I think men should discuss children on the first date. As a single mother, I have been on a few dates where children weren’t brought up until the end when I jut had to say it and the men were weird with me, as if I was hiding it. A few never called me after the first date. So, talk about children, men. Even if you touch lightly on the subject.

    • http://thestallionstyle.com/ James Buzinko

      Hey Tina, that is nice addition as well. One should definitely clear all family relations during first dates.

  • John

    This reminds me of 21 questions. I played with when I was in high school with girls. I have been on dates where I didn’t know what to ask, or how to work things the right way. I don’t want to come off as a douche to a woman so I tend to be more quiet, which I guess can make me seem uninterested. Ugg. This list helps!

    • http://thestallionstyle.com/ James Buzinko

      You are welcome. Definitely, with this list you will be able to avoid that awkward moment of silence when both of you do not know what to say or ask.

  • Dale

    Going to keep this bookmarked. I am horrible on dates so for someone like me this is useful. Some of the questions I feel are a bit much for a first date, but some of the others are great conversational starters both I, and my date can speak on.

    • http://thestallionstyle.com/ James Buzinko

      That is great to know Dale. I bet you should learn some basic topics of conversation with girls.

  • Jenny Stone

    If a man asked me about my family on a date, brownie points to him! 😀
    I am very close with my family so finding a man who is equally family oriented as I is a tough cookie. Also, asking about goals in life is great. It shows interest and allows the man to get to know the special lady he is interested in.

    • http://thestallionstyle.com/ James Buzinko

      Thanks for pointing out strong points within this list.

  • Sara

    I might be a bit young for this, but if the boy I liked at school asked me these questions, I would feel so good! I have a hard time relating to boys to begin with, I don’t even know what to say. I need a boy that will ask questions like these so I don’t have to keep second guessing. I am not a mind reader!

    • http://thestallionstyle.com/ James Buzinko

      Sure, younger boys are really pathetic at communicating. By the way, thanks for your kind words about this post.

  • G. Williams

    I once met a beautiful woman at work. I was instantly attracted to her. I had no idea what to say or how to even approach her. I casually made small talk with her. I actually asked her a few questions from this list and when I did, she lit up. After about 2 weeks of getting to know her, and still not having the balls to say I liked her, she asked ME out! Needless to say, the right questions make all the difference. That woman is now my wife of 8 years.

    • http://thestallionstyle.com/ James Buzinko

      This is amazing story! Thanks a lot for sharing this with all of us…

  • Simon Gray

    I agree with a few of the other people that posted… Children and religion should be brought up at some point. You don’t want to get intimate or being a relationship with someone who doesn’t want kids, or if they don’t believe in God (assuming you want kids and you do believe). That is a recipe for disaster! My best bud is going through a divorce because they didn’t discuss things like this and jumped head first into marriage.

    • http://thestallionstyle.com/ James Buzinko

      You are talking some real sense here. Thanks Simon these are some points worth repeating.

    • jakob robinson

      You wouldnt date someone because they arent religous ? I think you shouldnt date someone who is religous who wants there kids growing up brainwashed believing in nonsense bedstories pfttt.

  • vism

    I usually ask the girls “What gives you power?”