62 Things She Really Wants To Tell You On A First Date But Is Too Afraid To Ask

#47. Do you mind if I look like a homeless person like 99% of the time?
62 Things She Really Wants To Tell You On A First Date But Is Too Afraid To Ask

Going on a first date can be pretty stressful. I mean, you don't know the person who you're going to meet and have to talk to for like an hour. It might be a really nice guy or a creepy one.

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So when I talked to one of my friends, who recently went on a first date, we realized that when girls are meeting someone new, there are so many things that go through our minds. Those things might be inappropriate or just make the situation really awkward. But if we had the guts to ask them, this is what we would ask without hesitating:

1. Why are you single?

2. Why were you willing to go on a date with me?

3. Am I just a rebound for you?

4. Are you going to kiss me after this date?

5. How many Ex's do you have?

6. Are you a fuck boy?

7. How many people have you had sex with?

8. Do you still have feelings for one of your Ex?

9. What do you like to do in bed?

10. Do you have another date after me?

11. Do you think I am fat?

12. Do you want to split the bill?

13. What is your policy on ghosting someone?

14. Are you looking for something serious or a casual hook up?

15. What is your family like?

16. What is your GPA?

17. Have you ever cheated on someone?

18. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

19. Did you stalk me on Facebook?

20. What is your first impression of me?

21. What would you want to do for a second date?

22. Have you ever been in love?

23. Where do you see this relationship going?

24. Are you afraid to be in a commitment?

25. Are you going to eat that?

26. What are you looking for right now?

27. Are you disappointed after seeing me?

28. What do you think about marriage?

29. Do you plan on having kids?

30. Do you take drugs? Like a lot?

31. Do you have any STDs? Omg, please say no.

32. Are you a serial killer?

33. Have you ever been in a serious relationship?

34. If so, for how long?

35.  How long have you been single for?

36. And how do you feel about it?

37. Do you have a religion?

38. Are you going to call me back or do I have to?

39. Do you shave down there?

40. Do you have Tinder?

41. How many matches do you have?

42. When was your last relationship?

43. What ended things between you and your ex?

44. Are you the one who broke up or did she?

45. Do I have something between my teeth?

46. Will I have to shave everywhere like all the time?

47. Do you mind if I look like a homeless person like 99% of the time?

48. What makes you want to date someone?

49. How do you show a girl you're into her?

50. Do you think I'm girlfriend material?

51. Are you thinking about us having sex right now?

52. What do you think of abortion?

53. How often do you get drunk?

54. When is our next date going to be?

55. What is your biggest turn on?

56. What is your biggest turn-off?

57. How long do we have to wait to sleep together?

58. How many guys is too many for a girl to have slept with?

 59. If we have sex on the first date does it mean I'm not girlfriend material?

60. Am I attractive to you?

61. Should I be the one asking you on a second date?

62. So, what did you think of this date?

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