10 questions to a guy you just found out who he is

It's not common to meet a guy these days without first tracking him online. We are used to learning a little from each other through our social media presence. All these pictures on Instagram, posts on Facebook, funny jokes on Twitter and even check-ins in different places paint a picture of a person pretty well. And you know what? It's reassuring to know something about a person before you meet them. But that means we feel a bit lost when we accidentally meet someone. Here are a few questions you can ask a guy who has just met to find out who he is.

What are you doing for a living?
This is an oldie, but a treat. A person's job says a lot about them. It's also a great way to find out if they like their job or if it's something they're doing right now. A person who likes what they do will be happy to tell you about it, and someone who is about to pay the bills will be less likely to talk about it.

2. Do you have pets?
The love of animals is also a pretty important factor for those who have pets. It's an innocent question, but the way they answer will tell you a lot. Some people will start to show you pictures, others will say, "Oh, I wish, but I can not do it right away" and some will immediately say "No" and you can draw your own conclusions from it.

3. What is the most spontaneous thing you have ever done?
This is one of those funny questions that can only be fun, but at the same time, it tells you what kind of person you are. Are they spontaneous and tend to do crazy things or are they more of a "I have to think about it and foresee all kinds of results" kind of guy.

4. What is something about you that would surprise me the bridge?
It's fun to find something surprising about another person that they do not usually talk about. You never know where that question will bring you, but it's always interesting. Maybe he can play the banjo or maybe he has a weakness for soap operas, the possibilities are endless.


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