If I ever meet your parents, are they going to be nice to me? Are you dating because you want to find love or because you're just afraid of being alone? If you could change anything about your personality, what would it be? Are you going to pay for this date, or should I have my wallet ready? Are you just going to sleep with me and never call me again? Have you ever been in a serious relationship before? What's the longest amount of time you've gone without being in a relationship? This doesn’t always turn to be the case; no matter how much phone or email chemistry you share. Not a single spark.) Secondly, when you meet someone online, it’s easier for your imagination to get carried away by that heady mixture of excitement and hope.
It’s also an essential part of being a great conversationalist.
If so, what do you think about pre-nuptial agreements? Do you plan on having kids, or do you want a life without any? Are you thinking about making any major residential moves in the next few years? Do you always need to be right about everything (and let people *know* you think you're right)?
What's your weirdest and/or darkest sexual fantasy?
Finally, most of us are not as careful when we meet someone online as we would be if we had met them in a coffee shop.
We share more details about ourselves, more quickly.
You can make these sorts of quick and unconscious assumptions in the early stages of any dating relationship.