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What do I talk with her about? During your first date (and
the following) awkward pauses in your dialogues are a usual occurrence. They
can be filled with talking. Unfortunately, a frequently asked question arises
“what kind of talking?” The answer will sound banal – any kind. The only
limitation is that you have to know at least something about what you are
talking about. Sometimes it’s quite complicated for there are as many interests
as people. But you can spend some time learning something about the most
is something that is being read and discussed afterwards. Even if the book
was read in early childhood. If you
can’t digest it all you can read “The masterpieces of World Classical
Literature in summaries for midlevel schooling imbeciles”.
that could happen if. Most often met stuff: space ships, extraterrestrials, blusters,
alien planets and
more. Authors recommended: Robert Heinlein, Philip Farmer, Robert Sheckley, Ray
Bredbery and so on.
Summary: what if the creatures from fairy
tales had existed together with (instead of) people: goblins, gnomes, elves and
others. Authors recommended: pr. J.R.R. Tolkien, Pierce Anthony, Terry
Prachett, Paul Anderson and so on.
Summary: different variations on the
subject of Love-Dove-Above with various rhyming abilities. Authors recommended:
William Shakespeare, Byron and so on.
she’s a beautiful long-legged
model; he’s a handsome brawny millionaire, the owner of oil plants, yachting
centers and a newspaper tycoon. Or vice versa. Authors recommended: I know it’s
disgusting but you have to: Harlequin series, the first 3-5 books you see.
Summary: crime. Authors recommended: Agatha
Christie, George Simenon, Dick Frances, James Hadley Chase and so on.
Summary: traveling, chasing, something
captivating. Authors recommended: Jules Verne, Walter Scott, A. Dumas, Jack
London and so on.
no matter how big is the banana its peel is still bigger. Authors recommended:
Konfutsy, Nietzsche, Immanuel
Kant, Voltaire etc.
what’s happening inside of a human
being? Authors recommended: banal Freud, Carl Gustav Jung etc.
Esoteric books and other rot
Dao expressed in words is not a genuine Dao. Authors recommended: the first
5 books you happen to find.
Especially recommended: Sun Tsi “No path for the f##ing spiritually
There are wild
hundreds of kinds, sub-kinds and classifications in music. Metal in itself
has about 18 styles which will
seem the same mess to an unprepared listener. I agree that discussing the
details in distinction between the Black-like Viking Metal and the late Swedish
black metal is a rare treat with a true connoisseur. A newly pick-upped girl
can hardly be called one unless she hadn’t been pick-upped at the concert
Cradle of Filth. So I won’t be making the distinct classification, just a short
overview of what you may come across. The collections would do for the better
acquaintance with the style. Having bought a couple of dozen collections you
will get a giant topic for discussion.
Classics. Without going deep into barocco thickets you have
to know more than just the Mendelssohn’s march, Dogs’ Waltz and Tchaikovsky’s
Four Seasons. Buy the classics collection for your education.
Jazz. Anything, starting from Armstrong.
Rock’n’roll. Elvis Presley, Chuck Berry.
Rock: early rock – Deep Purple, Led Zeppelin, Credence
Clearwater Revival, ELO, Pink Floyd, Dreadful Shadows, Queen.
Disco: Boney M, ABBA.
Metal: Yearning, Anathema, Darzamat, Lux Occulta, Iron
Something for the soul: Black tape for a blue girl, Dead
can dance, Aghast.
Pop music: Switch on your MTV channel and watch for 15
hours in a row. You will know the particulars better than DJ’s do.
you go to the movies to feel
the firmness of your girlfriend’s ass. But if the closest movie theater is too
far from your present location, the beach, for instance, you can just talk
about movies. The topics for discussion can be actors, film directors and films
themselves. There’s nothing surprising if the movie topic turns into literature
topic as the film-makers often make screen versions of good novels.
Horror films and thrillers
frightening and keeping you in
constant strain during the whole movie. “Scream”, “Birds”, “The Road to
Arlington”, “187”, “Silence of the Lambs”, “Seven”. You can also watch Stephen
King’s screen versions but it’s not the same as when you read it. Alfred
Hitchcock can be called the best in the genre.
Adventure and fantasy
It’s fun, energetic, the plot is secondary.
“Star Wars”, “Indiana Jones”, “Back to the Future” and add your own
preferences. Directors: George Lukas, Stephen Spielberg, Robert Zemeckis.
you cry. Starting from “Titanic” and ending up with a serious movie “Born
on the 4th July”.
Actions and Detective stories
“Terminator 1-3”, “Leon”, all Bond films,
“Mission Impossible” and so on.
They can be parodies to the current events
or other movies or they can be just comedies. Leslie Nelson and Jim Carry can
be especially mentioned here.
is a genre where director’s work is something
outstanding. Undoubtedly, the leaders here are Tarkovsky’s films and some real
good works by Oliver Stone and Spielberg.