These two approaches worked very well together ensuring that (at least on first dates) there were never any awkward pauses.
The topics you choose should not solely be there to fill in empty space.
Bowel movements, sex positions: there are just some things you shouldn't bring up on a first date.
In the movies, finding a wife or a husband seems so easy… Yet, in real life, the fairy-tale isn't always smooth sailing: rather, it's a story of bumps, bruises, setbacks, and a willingness to fight for the person you love.
No discussing it is going to change either person’s views.We've all heard about certain taboo subjects that should never be touched upon in a dating setting – there's no need to share with the person sitting across from you that you've been constipated for the last three days and nothing – NOTHING! But, what not to talk about certainly isn't limited to bowel movements.Politics It's beyond trite to recommend that people don't talk about politics on a first date, yet it's true.This often involves presenting your strengths, whatever they may be.So, if you are funny, be funny; if you are an exceptional listener, show that you're all ears; if you are ambitious, talk about your long-term goals. If you're able to do this, a first date will turn into a second, a third, and so on.Still, while it's important to talk about wanting kids at some point – the first date is not that point. If you are a guy and you bring it up, you risk making your date feel like a piece of meat.