Parents found your match on some matrimonial site?
A dinner date has been set and you are meeting that person for the first time?
What do you talk about?
We have it all sorted out for you. Take a look:
Start with general questions as the person on the other end is also as nervous as you are.
How much do you earn?
Would you allow me to continue working after marriage? (One question every working woman should ask her to be partner)
Asking him or her about his future plans will give you an idea about what he or she expects from this relation.
This will help find out how compatible you both are; whether your interests match.
Don't you think it is better to know your partner's expectations as well? You both have to spend your life together after all.
It is always better to know what irks a person or what is that they can never adjust with.
Yes, marriage is about adjustments, but we all come with terms and conditions right?.
If you are out for lunch or dinner, ask him or her to help you order food. This will help you understand each other's food interest.
ALERT: Observe his or her behaviour with the waiter to know how he or she treats subordinates.
I know you were working in Delhi, so were you living all by yourself?
This will help you judge the person's dependency, and also how many household chores can he or she manage.
Well, this will help you sort your weekend plans and also if a person is introvert or an extrovert.
Music is one of the best ways to connect with each other.
This will help you decide if a person is open-minded or has a conservative mindset.
Here are some questions that you should never ask.
Are you a virgin? (DON'T dig into their past, it is none of your business.)
What is your blood group? (Are you planning to seek a bone marrow transplant?)
How many kids do you want? (Umm... you are not married yet!)