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Has this ever happened to you? You are sitting across the table from a person you really like on a date at a great restaurant. Everything seems perfect. The food is exceptional. The background music is just perfect. The service so far has been good. You look across the table and feel blessed to be in their presence. Your heart melts every time they smile. Your heart also misses a beat every time you make eye contact. Still, there´s something that doesn´t seem quite right - the conversation is not flowing! Like a vehicle on the wrong type of fuel, the conversation starts and sputters convulsively. Both of you try to get the conversation going but to no avail. Inevitably, you´re joined at the table by an unwelcome guest - awkward silence. Slowly but surely, your perfect evening morphs into a nightmare. You find yourself staring at the big clock in the corner of the room, counting down to when you can pay the bill and say your goodbyes. This does not have to be so! In 101 Good Questions to Ask on a Date, you will discover some great questions and conversation topics that will eliminate any incidence of awkward silence on your date. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Chuck McKibben. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/020271/bk_acx0_020271_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.