okay well i met this dude through a friend...and like his parents are split..so now this weekend he is going to his dads and he wants me to call him and like thats no problem ...but i ahve no clue what to talk about...if you could answers this asap....
southsideboy answered Thursday July 28 2005, 5:00 pm: Well depending on if you like him say hi then when he says hi say what u doing when you get back from your dads and then let him respond then bring up maybe goin out dancin or going to watch a movie when he comes back you know the casual just say what you think you wanna say.
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Uniq_The_Geek answered Thursday July 28 2005, 4:46 pm: hey....i have the same problem but just talk about things you have in common. if you just newly met him ask questions like, so, are you into.... or if you both like music then talk about music...i hope i helped at least a little bit...good luck
Siren_Cytherea answered Thursday July 28 2005, 4:41 pm: There's a lot to talk about, especially if you met him through someone else! Try talking about bands you like, politics (if you're into debating), religion...or on a lighter note, you could try talking about your childhoods. Ask him during a lull in conversation "what were you like when you were little?" and give him a story about you when you were a kid. Get the conversation going...that's of course, if you're comfortable talking about your childhood.
You don't always have to plan what to say - I tend to call my guy without anything to say, and we usually end up talking a lot anyway.
If he wants you to call him, chances are he'll help you out with keeping the conversation going once it's started.
I hope this helps!
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