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THE TRUTH ABOUT INQUISITIVENESS+

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Inquisitiveness: n. eager for useful knowledge and frequently one who listens well and asks many questions

Offspring are very inquisitive, are always asking questions and exploring the world filled with curiosity, and have a basic desire to know what is going on around them.

Adults who have journeyed through educational, financial, social, and relationship traps and trials often have lost their desire to acquire new useful knowledge and their curiosity is severely limited to their own myopic interests and experiences.

The lucky few are the perpetually curious who want to improve on their knowledge, skills, and experiences at almost every opportunity and at any age.

The little known key to lifelong mental youth is to be perpetually curious with an unrelenting thirst for new useful knowledge in many fields of interest no matter what your age.

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QUESTIONS WHICH ARE BETTER THAN FUNNY OR CLEVER PICKUP LINES!!!

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You look great. I would like to know you better if you’re single like me?

Excuse me, are you single like me?

Excuse me, do you have 30 seconds of free time? I’m interested and single.

Hi. My name is___ and I am interested in you if you’re single like me?

You caught my eye and I would like to know if you’re single like me?

 

If you find out the person is not single then you could sometimes ask them-Do you have any single friends? It may seem like you are a little desperate but as the old saying goes- nothing ventured, nothing gained.

 

Sometimes indirect questions can be used without using the word single in the first sentence.

 

Excuse me, where did you buy that nice outfit?

Excuse me, are you from out of town?

I’ve seen you before. Do you live in ___ or here?

Do you come here often?

 

You can also start out with a statement and follow it up with questions.

 

Excuse me, I would like to spend a few minutes getting to know something about you.       Follow this up with questions such as- Are you single? What do you like to do the most? What do you hate the most? Are you employed? etc.

 

 

Remember an honest, sincere, to the point question preceded by excusing yourself first is the polite way to introduce yourself to someone who is a total stranger.

 

Almost everyone likes to be flattered a little so you can start off by giving a sincere not overly inflated compliment for looks. That’s an attractive outfit. Are you single like me? She or he may be beautiful or handsome but not using the superlative will make them think that you are interested in more than just their beauty or handsomeness and maybe even feel a little perplexed why you didn’t instantaneously call them beautiful or handsome since that is the standard response which they get from most humans.

 

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