If he'd love to live on a mountain and your idea of roughing it is going a week without a manicure... Here's your chance to answer the biggest question of all: Does he want a girlfriend?If he sees himself at home with the woman of his dreams (who just happens to look a lot like you) preparing for another long day as a pediatric neurosurgeon, lock him down ASAP.
Rather than treating questions as a first date script, weave them seamlessly into conversation, by asking, listening, and following up with new topics and further questions.You're giving her the opportunity to remember who she was before she got here—and what she liked best about that time in her life—and to share that story with you.Great questions, asked well, give you and your date plenty of material to work with—and endless conversations to explore.So, what makes for a great question, as opposed to a dull back-and-forth? More important than the specifics of the question is your intention in asking it.
It's a simple question that opens the door to talk about family.
Those are the relationships he's been grooming his whole life, so they're a pretty good indicator of how he'll be with you. See if his answer is something you could get behind, and get a feel for the kind of thing he's interested in.