We are a product of the environment we live in. It is only natural to question our society and how we relate to it. We will also examin how our society relates to the world at large. Questions on holidays are also categorized here. We also address questions of law and societies through time.
How important is it to you that you are on time?
How important is it to you that others are on time?
Are you annoyed when other people do not "follow the rules" even if it does not effect you?
Who is a woman from history that you respect?
What does it mean to" be a man" in today's society?
What does it mean to be a woman in today's society?
If you where to go "back to the basics" what would that mean?
When have you had too much of a good thing?
When was the last time you were pleasantly surprised by a large corporation?
What song typifies the 60's?
What song typifies the 70's?
What environmental message do you disagree with?
What environmental cause do you feel strongly about?
How has your "green" behavior changed over the last 10 years?
What is one thing you like about being an adult?
If you where on death row, what would you want your last meal to be?
What rule do you like breaking?
When was your best Valentine Day?
When was the worst Valentine Day?
What did you do last year for Valentine Day?
Where do you like to get your news?
When are you most generous?
What high brow cultural activity do you like to participate in?
How can you tell when someone is lying to you?
It is human nature there is one universal in conversation; everyone likes to talk about themselves. The secret to eliciting good conversation is to know when to talk and more importantly when to listen. It is impossible to listen during an awkward silence. Asking the right questions is the shortest path toward engaging conversation. As you ask the right question you illicit a response that strikes at an emotional core for you conversation partner. Additionally by selecting the question you have the ability to steer the conversation in a direction you will find engaging.