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Mallory: Definitely whisper…I find shouting to be stressful normally! Saying “I’m observant and attentive” doesn’t make it so. A little treacherous, but worth it for that view Erin: Totally agree Want to learn about her preferences? Questions that call for a “yes/no” answer can sometimes be a conversation killer. Hypothetical “if” questions beg a longer answer, and can be a fun way to blast right past boring small talk. Entertain your match with a bit of useless knowledge before moving onto the deeper getting-to-know-you stuff. Shannon: Handicapped is a strong word, but I will say 3-ring binders have never been my friend.Prove you’re a keen observer by asking a question about something in one of your match’s photos. She’s a lot bigger now though You: She is incredibly cute Ruby: Thank you! Bantering with “or” questions is more fun and less pressure than “So what are you into? Kayley: what kind of rice You: Basmati Kayley: Well then, rice for sure. You: If you could learn any skill without trying, what would you pick? You: If you could pick, what would your last meal ever be? You: Did you know only 11% of people are left handed Shannon: I’m lefthanded!! You: Christine, did you know the average person falls asleep in 7 minutes?If you’re the one using photos that don’t truly represent what you look like now, what does it say about you? It happens to the best of us: we open a browser or slide into an app and everyone’s pictures start to look the same.
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Hint: Make sure it’s something you’re actually interested to know, or you could easily come across as inauthentic! She’s such a sweetie You: Are you by chance on Bear Peak summit in your pic? Jasmine: I’ve always wanted to learn how to play the violin! You: If you could only listen to one band for the rest of your life, which one would you pick? Lydia: One band…hmmm…don’t judge me, but I’d have to go with Coldplay Got some major goals? Meg: oh god, um…visit Australia, ride an elephant, learn how to beatbox. Rachel: omg, ok: Pork belly tacos, roasted brussel sprouts, Shake Shack milkshake, and sweet potato fries. The great thing about asking your matches’ top 5 faves is that you can tailor it to their interests, or something they mention in their bio. Christine: I didn’t know that…I feel like it takes me way longer Your photos make a huge difference in the way matches “hear” your messages.
Share yours and find out hers by comparing bucket lists. You: Do you have something on your bucket list you think is embarrassing? In fact, you could say the same thing to the same person — just with a different main profile pic — and get a completely different reaction.
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