Above all else, the most important thing is to demonstrate that you have an interesting, unique and fun personality.It doesn't necessarily matter what you're talking about, it's all about delivering it in a positive, fun way." 6) "If you could choose any 2 famous people (dead or alive) to be your parents, who would you pick?" 7) If you were hosting a dinner party, what kind of meal would you cook for your guests? " 8) "If you could travel back in time and grow up in any point in history, which would you pick?" 2) "If you could live the life of any famous person (past or present) for one week, who would you be?" 3) "If your boss told you that you could be transferred to work in any country in the world, where would you go?What is it specifically about Japan that you're drawn to? ;) Do you mainly listen to Rock, or are you into other styles of music as well?" From this point, you can just allow the conversation to develop naturally, by taking her answers and forming new questions from them.
It will make the woman feel like she needs to impress you, instead of you trying to impress her! Try to relate it to some of your own interests (sports, music, travel, etc.), so that you can extend the conversation after she answers the question.
" After your date answers the question, you can take her answers and use them to fuel the conversation further.
For example, if her response to the first question is "I'd see Nickelback in Japan", you can reply several different ways: "Japan, eh? I don't know much about Japanese culture, but I LOVE sushi - it's one of my favorite things to eat! for some reason, I figured you'd be more of a Justin Bieber fan.
Here is an example: "Let's suppose you get a phone call tomorrow morning telling you that you've won a free trip anywhere in the world to watch a musician of your choice perform in concert.
Where would you go, and which artist would you see?
It's always good to have about 3 or 4 questions prepared so that you have stuff to talk about in case the discussion slows down.