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When I Talk To People On MSN, I Always Run Out Of Things To Say. How Can I Keep The Conversation Going?

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Anonymous answered
If your on msn you can always invite them to play a game, this can give you something to talk about and can lighten up the mood.
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What does she think of herself - Would she consider herself as being a serious or fun loving joking person?
Conflict avoidance - Is she the type to avoid conflict or does she like to meet challenges head on?
Hateful compliments - What compliments do you hate the most?
Compliments she likes - What does she like to hear the most from people?
Personality type - Would she consider herself being an introvert or extrovert?
Feeler or thinker - Would she think of herself as more of a feeler or thinker?
Timeliness - Is she the type to be early, on time or late? If so why?
Fun and eventful person? - Does she like to form a habit, or does she like to do things in a spontaneous way. Give some examples!
Impacts - What book or person has impacted upon her life the most?
Herself - If she had to describe herself with 3 words, what would they be?
Wishes - What is the single thing that she once had, but lost and wished she could have again?
Rebel? - Is she are rebel? Does she consider herself as a rule breaker or a rule follower. Why is she like that?
Want to change - What's something about her personality or life that she wants to change but will probably not happen? Why so?
Never change - What is something about her personality or life that she hopes will never ever change and why?
Friends - Is she the type to have a few close friends or a lot of acquaintances?
Superstitious - Is she the type to be superstitious? Give me some examples!
Personality tests - Has she ever taken personality tests? If so, what have they told about her and are they accurate?
Maintenance - Does she consider herself to be low or high maintenance?
Barriers - What was the last thing she did that really pushed a barrier that she thought she couldn't break.
Crisis - How does she react in times of crisis?
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Louise Gorman answered
Chatting on MSN is very similar to having a conversation with someone in real life, except that you are given more time to think about what to say!

If you are talking to someone new then you could keep a conversation going by asking them what their interests are, where they are from, what they do for a living etc, basically anything that will allow you to get to know a bit about the person. The more you learn about them, the more likely you are to discover that you have something in common with them, and that will help the conversation along.

Conversations can run dry even with friends when you are on MSN. The best way to keep it going with friends is to just catch up on events and talk about things you already know about etc, such as reflecting back on old events. If the conversation runs so dry that you are waiting for ages for your contact to type a message then you could always sign out and talk on another day, as you may have more to talk about if a few days have passed.
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Anonymous answered
Right, well I talk a lot on msn. You just need to think about who you are talking to, I have loads of friends who on msn are really boring, and its not my job to keep the conversation going. But I also have friends that are really chatty, the key to this is just being random I think. Say anything, and as long as it is even slightly interesting you can keep it going. A lot of the time its funny if you muck about and say "I'm watchinggg you" and this always gets a reply and is often quite funny. When you run out of things to say, just say a random fact :)? Or say "I have something really important to tell you..." and then laugh and say something stupid. Its easy once you get the hang of it -- hope I helped, good luck :)!
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Anonymous answered
Talk bout general stuff
Jannea Nickerson Profile
Talk about how I'm a pimp ;]
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Anonymous answered
Talk about like sports and like stuuf that the two of you are interrested in
Like right now I'm talking to someone and I just asked him if he was playing sports this summer..
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Anonymous answered
Talk about your past you never know. But I am having same problem. Ive gone through all interests and things in common but don't know where to go from their. Has anyone got any ideas?
thanked the writer.
Michael Bacon
Michael Bacon commented
Talk about differences and views on life, politics such as, global warming, war and other stuff like that :D and just be yourself really thats the main thing :D hope this helped :D
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If You were an Interesting Person, then you shouldn't run out, and if the other person wants to carry on the conversation they will keep it going.

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