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View detailed profile Advanced or search site with Search Forums Advanced. Originally Posted by weezerfan Someone is going to show for their interview in dirty and wrinkled clothing with bed head. Originally Posted by svendrell.
Doesn't it seem like a one-way conversation? One person sits back, the other person proceeds to entertain with facts and details. For those who use this question, what do you like about the question? Is it a matter of style? Are there any feelings of putting the other person on the spot? If it's intentional, is it your intention to put the other person on the spot? Originally Posted by gagirlatl. I don't like that question nor do I use it.
If someone were to say, "So, tell me about yourself. I just prefer normal back and forth communication. That way, we Dating tell me more about yourself both get a chance to learn more about each other. I'll respond with a couple of things and a question or two about them. If they don't respond in kind, I don't bother with them any more, and simply move on to someone who can handle a conversation.
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That was not my M. I just asked whatever came to mind as the conversation flowed. I've been on the receiving end of this, and I usually responded asking what they wanted to know. In the majority of cases, where there was mutual interest, they were just as open and comfortable sharing their story or parts of it. There's "so, tell me a little bit about yourself" and then there's "tell me I agree it's kinda lazy and puts someone on the spot.
I would just tell them some of the stuff I do in my free time, hobbies, etc. Or "Welllll, next week is the Solstice, so you know, gotta climb to the top of the mountain and bleed a goat. It makes laundry difficult, but you gotta do what you gotta do. Three Wolves In Snow. Originally Dating tell me more about yourself by JerZ. I have always found that an awkward question. I mean where do I start?
I think I pretty much have always answered it with, "What do you want to know? Then the person comes up with something or other Originally Posted by ea I agree. It reminds me of almost every job interview I have ever had. Sometimes I almost want to break into a review of my work history. And to me, if I get asked that sort of question, then I feel like there isn't going to be much conversational chemistry.
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