It’s your first time meeting her or she’s a long-time crush, knowing what to say to a girl is the key to building up the relationship. After all, how are you going to get to know each other on a deeper level if you have nothing to say? Hmmm
Every girl is naturally going to have different tastes, these are some of the safest topics that you really can’t go wrong with. Use them to start things off on the right foot, and then you can branch off into new topics from there.
Here are 5 things to talk about with a girl:
You really can’t go wrong talking about music, movies, art, and books. The conversation is going to go one of two ways: either she’s seen/heard/read it, or she hasn’t! If she has, you have something in common to talk about. If she hasn’t, you can introduce her to something new. It’s a win-win for both of you.
A person’s hobbies are often a big part of who they are as a person.I mean that’s makes them. After all, it’s how they spend a lot of their time. Because hobbies are activities that people do for fun, the conversation is automatically going to be upbeat and positive. You might even have hobbies in common that you can do together, and if not, you can give something new a try.
3. YOUR SURROUNDINGS
Sometimes, you’re going to need to improvise. Use your surroundings for inspiration. The weather is an obvious topic, but it’s a little too easy (and kind of boring). Make observations and ask her questions — you may find that getting a more in-depth discussion rolling is easier than you thought.
4.EXPERIENCES (YOURS AND HERS)
Talking about things you’ve done is a great way to get to know her, and it helps her get to know you too. From past jobs to vacations, talking about interesting things you’ve done with your life so far helps both of you to determine if you’re on the same page. After all, your experiences shape you as a person.
Want a great topic that can almost fill up an entire conversation? There may be no better topic than family. Because just like you both have your own unique passions, you both have a unique family history, which not only gives you plenty to talk about, but also helps you learn a ton about who she is.
So take the chance to ask how she gets along with siblings or her parents, or how often she sees her family. And don’t forget to also talk about yours.