Q&A: How to keep a conversation interesting for the girl I like?

Question by Hellcat: How to keep a conversation interesting for the girl I like?
It’s easy when I’m talking to the girl because I find it easier talking rather than texting and I always say ridiculous things in text. I need help on how I should text her and how to keep her interested in texting me and make her want to text for a conversation with me more often.
Also she is in a relationship and she knows I like her so nothing too insane that could get me beaten up or could put her off me haha!

Best answer:

Answer by Noah T
Try playing the questions game: Just askin questions back and forth
1.What day would you love to live again?
2.If you could have one superpower, what would it be?
3.Who’s been the most influential person to you?
4.What movie do you watch again and again?
5.What’s your most valuable possession?
6.What’s the best advice you’ve ever received?
7.What’s your happiest childhood memory?
8.What’s the worst lie you ever told?
9.What’s the hardest life lesson you’ve had to learn?
10.What friend do you want to get back in touch with?
11.If you could meet one living celeb, who would it be?
12.Who do you envy most?
13.What’s something you couldn’t live without and why?
14.What family member do you wish you knew better?
15.If you could meet someone famous, who would it be?
16.What did you want to be when you grew up?
17.What experience has changed your outlook on life?
18.What’s your biggest regret?
19.What do you love most about your family? Why?
20.Where’s your ultimate vacation destination?
21.What in life are you most proud of?
22.Who’s your most loyal friend?
23.Would you want to be famous? For what?
24.What’s your biggest accomplishment?
25.What’s your earliest childhood memory?
26.What’s a life lesson you learned the hard way?
27.What’s one thing in past like to change?
28.What’s your favorite thing about yourself?
29.Do you think you’re a good judge of character?
30.What’s the best compliment you’ve ever received?
31.What’s the worst advice you’ve ever taken?
32.What talent do you wish you’d been born with?
33.What’s the most spontaneous thing you’ve ever done?
34.What’s a subject you wish you knew more about?
35.What did people tease you about growing up?
36.Who in your family are you most like?
37.What’s the most fun you’ve had in the last year?
38.Do you have a recurring dream? What happens in it?
39.What’s the bravest thing you’ve ever done?
40.What’s the biggest personal change you’ve ever made

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One thought on “Q&A: How to keep a conversation interesting for the girl I like?”

  1. It helps to launch several topics in a short period of time, and switch back and forth among them. This way, if a topic dies out, it’s not awkward like a conversation dying out; you would simply switch to one of the other topics. And hopefully you can introduce a new topic soon afterward, to replace the one that died out.

    Also, you should keep your conversations short. One reason is to avoid running out of things to say. Another is to signal that you’re a busy and successful person who has lots going on. So, after a few minutes of chat, mention some activity you’re going to do right now, and either say your goodbye or invite the person to join the upcoming activity.

    To make others interested, you must become interesting. This means developing a rich life with many adventurous or social activities.

    Having lots of skills is valuable. Not only does that help you function in life, it also makes you a more interesting and valuable person to know. Even mundane skills are good because you may meet others with that same interest.

    If you live an interesting and varied life, you will have lots to talk about when socializing. You’ll be less likely to run out of things to say. Because you will run out of things to say less often, you’ll have less need to make statements of fact or opinion about various topics. In my experience, those statements can be trouble if anybody disagrees with you, which happens often enough. Nobody can disagree about the cool things you did over the weekend; assuming you did nothing offensive or stupid, your only risks are seeming to brag and being a bore by talking too long.

    To meet people who do exciting things, you must start doing exciting things on your own. Maybe that means surfing, snowboarding, kiteboarding, kayaking, skating, etc. Inevitably, you will run into likeminded people. Don’t worry if all that does not fit your self-image. Other people don’t care if you do new things in violation of your current image, especially if those things are interesting.

    When you have visitors at your home, show them their own neighborhood and other interesting places on your computer, using Google Earth. It’s a computer program that’s a map of the world made from photographs, and you can zoom in on any part. Search the web about it, to find out how to install that software on your computer.

    Photography is a simple skill to start out learning. It can get more complex if you want to learn the sophisticated techniques, but you don’t have to. You can post funny or remarkable pictures on the web.

    What about offbeat weird skills people won’t expect you to have, like beat-boxing or magic tricks or whatever suits you?

    Many of the non-required elective classes at your school will involve learning useful or interesting skills. If your school classes are lame, like they were at my high school, you could read and learn more on the web or using library books. But you should still take advantage of the facilities and materials offered by the school.

    If you casually let people discover these skills, rather than trying hard to present them, that should be cool.

    If you get a chance to travel, do it. You’ll get lots of great stories and experiences to tell, especially when things go wrong. That’s just one of the reasons I recommended foreign language skills.

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