Once upon a time, people actually met in real life to date.

I know, what an odd and foreign concept…Dating apps have become the norm among Gen-Yers.

Dating is definitely one of the most exciting part of our lives, when we get explore the wild dating scene, meet other people, get to know ourselves and get to know the potential partner.

However, they can also be tricky, especially, if you’re one of those types that doesn’t know what kind of questions to ask a guy or what are the best first date questions that will save you time and emotions, if you’re with a wrong guy on a date.

Answers to these questions can help you know you guy better.

It's best to take the answers casually without being overly judgemental or the purpose would be lost.

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13) If someone gave you

13) If someone gave you $1,000 and asked you to kill a butterfly by burning it alive in the flame of candle, would you do it? 24) Would you marry someone much richer or much poorer than you?Before the craziness of Tinder, Grindr and other swipe-as-you-go dating apps, there were services that actually cared about personality, values and interests when it came to a match. It’s just natural that you and your partner are on the same page, too. Being a 20-something is probably the biggest grey area you’ll encounter in your life.You know those commercials that have that old guy talking about all the couples who got married through their online dating website? Instead, they filled out a comprehensive questionnaire that gave them an idea of what they were getting into. Nobody wants that needy partner who always needs attention. However, it’s better to be in the same grey area as your significant other. Depending where you’re from, the norm might be different.I’ll be completely honest: I’ve delved into the wide foray of dating apps.From Tinder to Ok Cupid to Grindr, I even formed a sort of obsession at some point.Everyone today thinks this is a bad question to ask, because you seem more eager, but that’s not true.

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13) If someone gave you $1,000 and asked you to kill a butterfly by burning it alive in the flame of candle, would you do it? 24) Would you marry someone much richer or much poorer than you?

Before the craziness of Tinder, Grindr and other swipe-as-you-go dating apps, there were services that actually cared about personality, values and interests when it came to a match. It’s just natural that you and your partner are on the same page, too. Being a 20-something is probably the biggest grey area you’ll encounter in your life.

You know those commercials that have that old guy talking about all the couples who got married through their online dating website? Instead, they filled out a comprehensive questionnaire that gave them an idea of what they were getting into. Nobody wants that needy partner who always needs attention. However, it’s better to be in the same grey area as your significant other. Depending where you’re from, the norm might be different.

I’ll be completely honest: I’ve delved into the wide foray of dating apps.

From Tinder to Ok Cupid to Grindr, I even formed a sort of obsession at some point.

Everyone today thinks this is a bad question to ask, because you seem more eager, but that’s not true.

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13) If someone gave you $1,000 and asked you to kill a butterfly by burning it alive in the flame of candle, would you do it? 24) Would you marry someone much richer or much poorer than you?

Before the craziness of Tinder, Grindr and other swipe-as-you-go dating apps, there were services that actually cared about personality, values and interests when it came to a match. It’s just natural that you and your partner are on the same page, too. Being a 20-something is probably the biggest grey area you’ll encounter in your life.

You know those commercials that have that old guy talking about all the couples who got married through their online dating website? Instead, they filled out a comprehensive questionnaire that gave them an idea of what they were getting into. Nobody wants that needy partner who always needs attention. However, it’s better to be in the same grey area as your significant other. Depending where you’re from, the norm might be different.

I’ll be completely honest: I’ve delved into the wide foray of dating apps.

,000 and asked you to kill a butterfly by burning it alive in the flame of candle, would you do it? 24) Would you marry someone much richer or much poorer than you?

Before the craziness of Tinder, Grindr and other swipe-as-you-go dating apps, there were services that actually cared about personality, values and interests when it came to a match. It’s just natural that you and your partner are on the same page, too. Being a 20-something is probably the biggest grey area you’ll encounter in your life.

You know those commercials that have that old guy talking about all the couples who got married through their online dating website? Instead, they filled out a comprehensive questionnaire that gave them an idea of what they were getting into. Nobody wants that needy partner who always needs attention. However, it’s better to be in the same grey area as your significant other. Depending where you’re from, the norm might be different.

I’ll be completely honest: I’ve delved into the wide foray of dating apps.