When you first start dating someone, of course you’re excited to learn everything about them, and that can mean asking way too many questions. Some of these questions are necessary, some border on annoying, and some (if you want your relationship to last) should be avoided at all costs.
You never want your guy to feel like your relationship is an interrogation room and he’s the number one suspect. No matter how close you two are, there are just some things you shouldn’t ask, because if it’s anything worth knowing, he’ll tell you (in his own time) eventually.
Never ask your man following questions
1 HOW MUCH MONEY HE MAKES.
Until you’re discussing marriage, this just really isn’t any of your business and it’s tacky, to boot. You might not be a gold digger, but you’ll certainly look like one if you’re asking about his income.
2. IF YOU LOOK FAT.
It just makes you look insecure, and that’s not hot. Besides, you know whether or not you look fat. You don’t need someone else to tell you what one quick look in the mirror can you tell you much more clearly.
3.TELLING HIM ABOUT YOUR PAST
Men usually judge ladies with their last experience which you shared with him,mostly failed relationship.
Telling a man what was the course of your last failed relationship may end up a man not loving you at ,and he will start looking for excuses to avoid you by all means.
4 HOW MANY LADIES HE HAS DATED
We all have a past. As long as he’s clean, it really shouldn’t be any of your concern how many girls came before you. You weren’t his first, but hopefully (if you can keep your mouth shut) you’ll be his last. Besides, do you really want to start that conversation? You aren’t exactly known for your chastity.
5 IF HE’S STILL IN LOVE WITH HIS EX
If you have to ask, you probably already know the answer and you two shouldn’t be together in the first place.
6 QUESTIONS ABOUT HIS FACEBOOK PAGE.
Who was that girl that commented on his photo, and why does he still have pics of his ex-girlfriend from college? It doesn’t matter. Mark Zuckerberg is the Facebook police, not you.