It is your chance to break the ice and have some fun.
While keeping a few basic pointers in mind, trust yourself and let the conversation lead you where it may.
The popular belief goes that you need to be as honest as possible on your first date. But while being honest is a necessity, oversharing is a real thing and you want to avoid it.
It’s exciting, you may discover shared experiences, and it’s a relatively safe way to dream together (with none of the how-many-kids-are-we-gonna’-have creepiness).
While keeping the conversation light, talking about both your interests is a chance to show each other that little spark within.
The most successful openers, it turns out, are positive, thoughtful, creative and slightly personalized.
That's according to Hinge, a popular matchmaking service which connects users based on shared Facebook friends.
Your endearing quirks and unique perspectives are often what will win you that second date.