If she says "my job" I know that work is super important to her.
I'm, frankly speaking, an amazing cook, and I want to know what's she's bringing to the table (also helps me weed out the vegetarians, without having to ask; I'm fine with vegetarians, but it's like a religion, I prefer to know early). If she says "the water" she may be into surfing or kayaking or a similar sexy sport.
If she says "my vacation house in Bali" I know she's probably got money and spends time on exotic islands.
Just be sure to choose a game you're sure to win or tie, or you may find yourself doing all the talking.
I seem to run into this a lot and haven’t seen this addressed.
This cheeky question is posed to see if she's down with a little sauciness, and how funny or creative she can be with her naughty answer.
Best one I've gotten back: "Not nearly recently enough! I'm an active fellow, and I like to know that people I'm interested in are as well. And while I'm not too much of a snob about it, I need to know what she's going to make me listen to.It’s because YOU’RE making it stale, and you’re accepting stale conversation from others.As explained in great detail in this article, most emails sound like they could have been pre-written by anyone in the world.I realize that I’ve gone on a bit of a tangent from your original question, Dwayne, but this is important.If your email dialogue is flagging, it’s not simply because she’s not interested in you – it’s because you haven’t captured her imagination.You don't want your date to suddenly feel like an interrogation or a job interview, so you'll have to take special precautions to make the question and answer process more bearable.