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You've made it this far. You have asked a girl out, she's agreed and now it's time to head out on that first date. If you want to avoid the uncomfortable awkwardness of a lull in the conversation, it's prominent to have a few questions up your sleeve to bring up and keep the conversation rolling along. Not just any questions will do. Here are some good ones to ask.
Does she have any brothers or sisters? - This is a safe question. Most citizen at least somewhat get along with their siblings. While you may think asking about her parents is a good idea, you don't know if one has passed away or there is an ugly disunion underway that could put a black cloud over the rest of the date. Does she have any hobbies? This can not only give you a limited insight into who she is, but will also let you know if there are hobbies you can enjoy together. What is her school or occupation situation? School and work are all the time pretty safe topics to discuss, and can also let you know what type of a person she is (by what she is studying or what type of work she does). What are her career, school and life goals? This gives you an even best look at who she is and who she wants to become. You may also be able to get an idea if this is the kind of person you want to be around. What are her beloved music styles or books? This lets you know if you have any of these things in common. If you do, you may be able to continue the conversation about your beloved book or group. What are her beloved movies or Tv Shows? This offers more of the same insight from above as well as some other conversation topics. Does she have any sports interests? If so, maybe you have some in tasteless and can have a next date at a game or playing one of the sports you like.
Conversation is key in this first date if you want to keep it comfortable and get another.
In increasing to these seven questions to ask a girl on a first date there are fullness of other resources out there where you can read up before you jump in. Make sure that you do you research!7 Questions to Ask a Girl on a First Date
One of the biggest and hottest growing trends in the art of tattoo develop is Hawaiian arm or leg band tattoos. As this trend goes a lot of population think to themselves, well of course. At least that is what I said to myself at first. You can hardly drive more then 10 minutes on the freeway in southern California where I am from and not see a big Suv like a Lincoln Navigator or a Cadillac Escalade and not see a Hawaiian sticker. Things with flowers designs, or turtles, dolphins. Ya see it started off with the seal and then the car seat covers with hibiscus flowers anywhere and it just grew from there.
This trend of Hawaiian develop has then met it's match with the whole tribal tattoo movement. Tribal tattoos have been the hottest thing in the tattoo world since sliced bread or the old school Wwii era Hula dancer. You see these influences have been all around us for a long time my grandpa even has one of those Hula Girls tattoos still. Granted it is a slight saggy and faded now but he still has one on his forearm nonetheless.
So the whole tribal tattoo and the increase in interest for Hawaiian designs have combined to make a hot and growing market for Hawaiian tattoos. This is no ifs ands or buts an up and arrival thing and it not huge yet. However many tattoo artists are spotting the trend and jumping on it already.
Of course there is a lot of controversy on this subject also like anything. If you look on the internet there is a controversy about getting Kanji and Japanese Tattoos also. Anytime you try and take the designs of a culture and do not depict them accurately it creates a sense of bastardization or what I call the "Disney Effect" towards the culture. I mean how would you feel if you were in China and person said, oh you should try this hot new restaurant out it serves this great food that is no ifs ands or buts American. They have fried chicken and apple pie that is the best." Well, at first you would be excited right? Sure it would be nice for a good home cooked meal if you have been out of the Us for a long time. However once you get there you see the place has no ifs ands or buts tacky and awful reproductions of 50's art and the all the food tastes kind of strange. It would probably bee kind of close or look like what you were mental of but it would be missing something or a few key ingredients. I bet this would leave you feeling a slight sad and like your culture was not totally understood.
Well, I can not speak for you and maybe you will feel dissimilar but I was pretty sad when after staying in Japan for 3 months I was invited to a 1950's superior hamburger joint. When we got there it was Elvis with a funny accent playing on the jukebox and when my hamburger came it had a fried egg on top of it with teriyaki sauce. Wow what a surprise that was for me. I kind of felt weird about being in the place that had tried to recreate something from my own culture.
So, the same controversy rolls on in the world of tattoos. Anytime you get a tattoo develop from another culture just make sure you go with a professional. Do not have your friend trace out some Kanji in a book for a tattoo and don't go and rip some develop of the internet because it states that it is Hawaiian. Go to a real institution tattoo designer and have them do the study and come up with some designs. After all this is going to be on your body for the rest of your life and since Hawaiian arm band tattoos and leg tattoos are typically big it will be a significant venture in pain, time and money to get the thing done. So you should consult with a professional and get top notch work done.Hawaiian Arm Tattoo and Arm Band Tattoos - The New Tribal Tattoo