It's always good to have about 3 or 4 questions prepared so that you have stuff to talk about in case the discussion slows down.Try to steer the conversation to fun topics that will get her to talk about things that she didn't discuss with the other daters.Smile, be playful, speak with confidence and don't be afraid to tease your date.If you need to, don't be ashamed to practice in front of a mirror beforehand - whatever it takes to ensure that you'll be confident on the night of the event. Here are a few more hypothetical speed dating questions that you can try asking: 1) "If you had one month left to live and an unlimited amount of money, what would you spend your time doing?After sitting down at the table and introducing yourselves to each other, look at your date and say something along these lines (playfully, with a smile): So, I've decided not to ask you what kind of job you have, or what you like to do fun.Instead, I'm gonna try to get a feel for your personality, based upon your answer to a hypothetical question." So at this point, you've caught her attention and set yourself apart from everyone else." 2) "If you could live the life of any famous person (past or present) for one week, who would you be?
For example, if her response to the first question is "I'd see Nickelback in Japan", you can reply several different ways: "Japan, eh? I don't know much about Japanese culture, but I LOVE sushi - it's one of my favorite things to eat! for some reason, I figured you'd be more of a Justin Bieber fan.
We went over some basic speed dating tips in part 1, now it's time to go into greater detail about having unique, interesting conversations during your speed date. As we mentioned in part 1, it is very important to set yourself apart from the rest of the crowd at a speed dating event.
If you ask the same questions as the other daters, your conversations will likely be forgettable.
Above all else, the most important thing is to demonstrate that you have an interesting, unique and fun personality.
It doesn't necessarily matter what you're talking about, it's all about delivering it in a positive, fun way.