Asking Romantic Questions
Now that you've learnt how to create intimacy, let's learn how to ask romantic questions. Human minds are quirky in the sense that we tend to imagine what is being told to us. We try to conceptualize and form pictures to the words. This fault of the human mind works very well for your purpose here.
When asking a girl's romantic question, phrase your question to be as descriptive as possible, you want to relive the good experience and relate it to you. Romantic questions need not always be intimate.
It could range from the casual to the very intimate. Questions… "What is your favorite romantic movie?" is an example of a less intimate question. You'd have to choose wisely the degree of intimacy you want your romantic question to reflect. As your conversation progress, you can direct your questions to more intimate grounds.
Romantic questions trigger the emotion side of a person. It's the kind of question that requires you to look into yourself and feel the emotion when you come up with the answer. It is the kind of question that requires a descriptive answer from her and she will feel the kind of feeling that she felt all over again.
Romantic questions not only create conversation, it creates intimacy, as well as opening opportunity for you to deepen your connection with a woman. Most of all, it keeps you out of friend's zone. Friends don't venture down this lane and ask questions like this.
Let's look at some examples of romantic questions:
- What is in your opinion the most romantic movie you've seen to date?
- What is the most romantic / memorable scene in that movie?
- What is your idea of a romantic getaway?
- What is your idea of a perfect first date?
- What does it feel like to be pampered by someone you love?
- What would you consider a real fun thing for a couple to do together?
- What does it feel like when you realize that you are falling in love?