What to Talk About with a Girl You Like

Ever wondered what to talk about with a girl once you’re past the introduction? Here are a few perfect conversation makers you could definitely use.

The first five tips on how to talk to a girl in the introduction should help you strike a conversation with a girl and impress her too.

But that’s not it. To really impress a girl, you need to know what to talk about with a girl, and how to do it the right way.

What to talk about with a girl

While talking to a girl for the first time can be tricky, knowing what to talk about with a girl can be the deal maker or breaker.

Anyone can start a conversation using the tips in the introduction, but what next? That’s when you have to reveal your true colors and woo her with your own charm.

If you really want to make her like you on your very first conversation, use these tips on what to talk about with a girl.

#6 After the introduction. Starting a conversation is actually simpler than continuing the conversation.

After all, you don’t have a clue what she likes or doesn’t like. So this is where you have to play safe.

If you’re wondering what to talk about with her, then go with the obvious. If you’re having some difficulty coming up with conversation lines, use these six conversation starters to use with a girl.

You really don’t have to constantly bombard her with questions just to avoid any blank spaces in the conversation. Relax and feel comfortable. When you’re nervous, it shows. And that would only make her feel uneasy to be around you.

#7 Don’t put her in a spot. Sometimes it’s easy to get carried away in a conversation. Don’t do that.  The one thing you need to remember is to never put the girl in a spot. Don’t make her feel uncomfortable or nervous with your questions.

Don’t ask her stupid questions like “you were staring back at me too, right?” “You look good in this dress, where did you pick it up?” and a lot more along those lines. They’re awkward and really dumb. Avoid looking down her shirt or staring at her below her neck. Indulging in any of these activities will only make her feel uncomfortable and awkward. And when that happens, she’d only want to walk away from you.

#8 Be warm and likeable. A lot of guys get very excited when a girl reciprocates their moves and starts a conversation with them. Just because a girl wants to talk back to you doesn’t mean she’s easy to get. You still have to respect her and treat her like a lady. Have a conversation with her just like you would with a girl you were introduced to. Don’t smart talk or talk dirty. Well, unless she wants to!

#9 Smile often and flirt. If you really want to know what to talk about with a girl, remember the one thing that matters more than anything else. Her comfort. As long as she’s comfortable and happy, she’d be happy to talk to you and spend time with you. So more than the words you choose, focus on how you can make her feel comfortable around you.

One of the best ways to ease a girl and make her want to be with you is through humor. You really don’t have to learn a few one-liners and jokes for this. You just need to be a happy guy. A guy who smiles and has a great laugh makes for great company.

#10 Don’t talk forever. In most cases, you’d meet a great girl at a meeting or a conference, or at other times in a café or a club. Unless both of you are specifically meeting up for a date, don’t try to hog the girl for the entire evening. Remember, she has her own obligations and commitments.

If you’re just going to talk on and on, there’s a good chance she’ll get quite annoyed with you and would just want to shut you up. One of the best ways to avoid this is to ask her if she has to go somewhere, and flatter her at the same time. Saying something like “I’d really love to stay here and talk with you for a while. Would that be alright with you?” Try it, you’ll see the difference.

Even if she has to go somewhere else, this line will definitely lead to more phone conversations and sweet dates!

Now that you know what to talk about with a girl and how to continue a great conversation with her, remember these tips when you come across a beauty that catches your eye.  After all, great conversations aren’t just about words!

Groom tries to ‘drown himself after seeing ugly bride for the first time’

Groom Kang Hu was apparently so disgusted after seeing his bride for the first time he attempted to drown himself.

‘I feel bad about what happened but when I saw her she wasn’t what I had expected and I realised she would be bad for my image,’ he reportedly said after being fished from a river.

It was claimed the 33-year-old stunned guests when he apologised to bride Na Sung, 30, after saying she was ‘too ugly’ before the wedding in Shiyan, in central China’s Hubei province.

He hadn’t been able to get a glimpse of her because it was an arranged marriage, which he had been forced into.

Hours after the cancelled ceremony he was apparently spotted lying face down in a river.

‘He was unconscious and I thought he was dead,’ claimed eyewitness Qan Tsui, 25, who took photos of the rescue.

Kang was rushed to hospital where doctors said he was in a stable condition.

Stray Dogs in Mexico turn up at the Funeral of the woman who fed them

These photos show the heart-breaking moment that a group of stray dogs attended the funeral of a woman who regularly fed them.

Margarita Suarez, from Merida, Mexico, fed up to 20 stray cats that gathered at her door every morning, and would also take food for the stray dogs she encountered on the streets.

According to Misiones Online, her health took a turn for the worse at the beginning of March, and she moved to the city of Cuernavaca, before passing away a short time after.

Her daughter, Patricia Urrutia, has said that the animals began to arrive at the funeral home where her mother’s body was being kept, and it was initially believed that the dogs were local to the area, and welcomed at the home.

But workers at the funeral home denied any knowledge of the animals, and on the day of Suarez’ funeral, the dogs followed behind the hearse, and even returned to the funeral home, only leaving when her body was prepared for cremation.

Source: Metro.co.uk

Ghetto KB’s death linked to Lung Defects

Bright Ampofo brother of the late unsung hip life artiste Ghetto KB says his brother died of lung defects.

Confirming the cause of death to Hitz Entertainment News Ampofo said his brother died of a “bilateral massive pulmonary embolism.”

It is a condition where a clot  of blood prevents blood circulation to the lungs, increases the pressure to the heart and causes an almost instantaneous death, Hitz medical checks have explained.

Ghetto KB died on Sunday, March 22, 2015 at the LEKMA Hospital in Teshie, a suburb of Accra.

Prior to his death Ghetto KB recorded and featured on several hit songs including ‘African Name’ by Sway, ‘Radio’, ‘One Night Stand’, ‘No Other Love’, ‘Bills On Me’, and ‘Number One’.

He had a brief spell with Snipers Music group based in the UK and returned to Xtra Large Music where his career began to take shape commercially.

Perez Dome to turn “THREE SIXTY DEGREES” in latest Nii Commey Play

Easter is gradually closing in on us, and Nii Commey and his crew are assiduously rehearsing to stage Nii Commey’s very latest play, THREE SIXTY DEGREES.

Nii Commey’s consistency and originality in each of his stage plays is stealthily setting him apart as the hope carrier for African Theatre. What sets Nii apart is the fact that he is a Playwright of many parts. He discusses very mindboggling issues that cut across socio-politico-economic issues.

This Easter, Nii Commey takes his latest play with one of Ghana’s biggest auditoriums, The Perez Dome of the Perez Chapel International.

The night, branded as Laughter In His Presence promises to showcase  a typical handwriting of the writer.

THREE SIXTY DEGREES serves as a reality check on  all individuals and how easily we can judge everybody with the exception of ourselves. It’s a unique expression of infectiously hilarious moments; a gross display of hypocritical tendencies and righteousness mixed together. Of course, Nii Commey is addicted to his usual witty style of telling his story.

Coming from  his latest stage play BRING BACK OUR EX, which held audience spell bound with just a – three-man- cast, Nii Commey, hopes to sustain the momentum with THREE SIXTY DEGREES


Deaconess Allottey, a well-respected deaconess in one of the churches in Accra is under pressure to bring sanity to her home, considering the fact that  she is a role model in the church, and so it must reflect in her home. Paradoxically, as her single parent she is raising  two  strong boys, and she must keep her head above waters to ensure that they maintain the solid image of the family and their mother. But what happens when the story is not  always like that? Do you give up on your children?

Who are those who are jumping into conclusions that nothing can be done about delinquent children?

Emefa is doing everything possible to get the attention of their Prayer Secretary, who seems to be too much immersed in the things of Christ;

Elder Sky is one of the Church’s Council Members is also the no- nonsense man  who is on every church members’ case should they serve  or do anything that  contradicts the word of God. Even if you are the Bishop of the house, get ready for Elder Sky

How do these characters, collectively come together to expose the contenders and the pretenders of the gospel?

The Perez Dome at Dzorwulu is the right place to be this Easter Sunday, because there is one surety- FUN IS INEVITABLE!

Mrs Eunice Tornyi, one of the actresses who is playing the role as Emefa is delighted about the play:

“I  am always delighted to be in Nii Commey’s and the Novelty Initiative productions, because our plays are so natural, filled with authentic humour and the originality is very solid. I promise our audience that it’s going to a real night of LAUGHTER IN HIS PRESENCE”

So the date is Sunday 5th April, and the time is 6:30pm. Just one show. You cannot miss this play.

Source: Myjoyonline.com

Castro is Alive

While Ghanaians are still trying to come to terms with the mysterious disappearance of hiplife artiste Castro, a relatively unknown musician claims the rapper is alive and will feature in his new music video.

According to BB Da Boywonda, who claims to have known Castro for more than two decades, the hiplife musician is alive and Ghanaians should expect him in his yet to be released music video soon.

Already, his song, ‘My Lord is Good’, which features Castro, born Theophilus Tagoe, has been making waves and generating controversy.

In the song, Castro is heard thanking God that in spite of all the negative stories, controversies, and even his stubbornness, he is still alive.

The fact that he is still alive is a true manifestation of God’s goodness, he said and added that whoever plots evil against him will not succeed.

The song has ignited some controversy with many asking BB to disclose the whereabouts of Castro, who went missing with a female companion, Janet Bandu, while jet skiing in the waters of Ada Sunday, July 6, 2014.

Castro and Black Stars captain, Asamoah Gyan were at the Peace Holiday Resort, a beach resort in Ada, together with some friends, for recreation when the unfortunate incident occurred.

Asked how well he knew the hiplife artiste, BB, speaking in an interview with Myjoyonline.com, said “I know Castro very well from childhood we all grew up in the same neighbourhood in Takoradi so we are very close. He is like a big brother to me so I know him very well…for like 20 years now.”

Born Bright Boateng, he revealed that he was with Castro when he was reported missing and says contrary to what has been reported, the award-winning musician is alive.

“I was there with them…I know Ghanaians really know what happened but the little that I can say is my brother is still alive and everybody should calm down. There is a whole lot of rumour going around, but I know the truth will surely come out,” he assured.

He wouldn’t divulge any information as to whether he has spoken to Castro since the incident but as proof that he is not dead, BB quizzed “if someone is dead, at least we should see something of the person [that] he is gone. They said he got drowned, what shows he got drowned?”

The young rapper said people should note that the bodies of Castro and Janet and even their cloths have not been found to back rumours that they are dead.

Several attempts to get the Takoradi-based musician to disclose exactly when he recorded the song ‘My Lord is Good’ with Castro proved futile.

“As we are about to release the video, they will surely know when we recorded the song,” he said.

According to BB, they are about to shoot the video and urged Ghanaians to believe that Castro “is alive and I know he will be part of the video.”

He will, however, also not disclose when the video will be released but added that “my assurance and faith, I will definitely shoot the video with Castro.”

Singapore’s Founding Father Lee Kuan Yew dies at 91

Lee Kuan Yew, the statesman who transformed Singapore from a small port city into a wealthy global hub, has died at the age of 91.

The city-state’s prime minister for 31 years, he was widely respected as the architect of Singapore’s prosperity.

But he was criticised for his iron grip on power. Under him freedom of speech was tightly restricted and political opponents were targeted by the courts.

A state funeral will be held on 29 March, after a week of mourning.

In an emotional televised address, his son Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong paid tribute to him.

“He fought for our independence, built a nation where there was none, and made us proud to be Singaporeans. We won’t see another man like him.”

Mr Lee oversaw Singapore’s independence from Britain and separation from Malaysia. His death was announced early on Monday. He had been in hospital for several weeks with pneumonia and was on life support.

UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon said he was “deeply saddened” by Mr Lee’s death. US President Barack Obama described him as a “giant of history”. The Chinese foreign ministry called him “a uniquely influential statesman in Asia”.

‘Lifetime of building’

In Singapore, a steady stream of people arrived at the hospital and the Istana, the prime minister’s office, to offer their condolences.

A charismatic figure, Mr Lee co-founded the People’s Action Party (PAP), which has governed Singapore since 1959, and was its first prime minister.

The Cambridge-educated lawyer led Singapore through merger with, and then separation from, Malaysia.

Speaking after the split in 1965, he pledged to build a meritocratic, multi-racial nation. But tiny Singapore – with no natural resources – needed a new economic model.

“We knew that if we were just like our neighbours, we would die,” Mr Lee told the New York Times in 2007.

“We had to produce something which is different and better than what they have.”

At the scene: Jonathan Head, BBC News, Singapore

As the long wait for the inevitable continued, the floral tributes piled up right outside the city-state’s main hospital, often laid by tearful, older Singaporeans who truly see this sharp-tongued, tough-minded man as a father figure.

And while there were many affectionate comments from well-wishers, there was still some fear of this extraordinary leader, who has dominated Singapore for the whole of its independent existence, and once threatened to rise from the grave if he saw things happening that he did not like.

For all of its impressive successes, this is still a country with Lee Kuan Yew’s imprint visible everywhere. He was unapologetic about the repressive measures he used to impose order, and unapologetic about believing his prescriptions alone were the right ones. No-one is quite sure what direction Singapore will now take without him.

Mr Lee set about creating a highly educated work force fluent in English, and reached out to foreign investors to turn Singapore into a manufacturing hub.

The city-state grew wealthy and later developed into a major financial centre.

But building a nation came with tight controls – and one of Mr Lee’s legacies was a clampdown on the press, tight restrictions that remain in place today.

Dissent – and political opponents – were ruthlessly quashed. Today, Mr Lee’s PAP remains firmly in control. There are currently six opposition lawmakers in parliament.

Other measures, such as corporal punishment, a ban on chewing gum and the government’s foray into matchmaking for Singapore’s brightest – to create smarter babies – led to perceptions of excessive state interference.

But Mr Lee remained unmoved.


Ghanaian Rapper Ghetto KB Confirmed dead

One of Ghana’s finest yet unsung musicians, Kwabena Buahen, popularly known by his stage name Ghetto KB, has died.

The passing of the musician, who was signed onto Jam Master Jay’s (JMJ) XTRA LARGE MUSIC label was revealed by his publicist Elorm Beenie, who confirmed the news to nydjlive.com.

The rapper is said to have died while en route to the 37 Military Hospital in Accra where he was expected to receive medical attention, late Sunday March 22, 2015.

The cause of his death is not immediately known.

Ghetto KB recorded and featured on several hit songs including ‘African Name’ by Sway, ‘Radio’, ‘One Night Stand’, ‘No Other Love’, ‘Bills On Me’, and ‘Number One’.

He had a brief spell with Snipers Music group based in the UK and returned to Xtra Large Music where his career began to take shape commercially.

Liverpool vs Manchester United: 11 things you need to know as the Red Devils travel to Anfield

Brendan Rodgers’ side will overtake the Red Devils into the top four with victory, while Louis van Gaal will be looking for some breathing space over their great rival.

The top four is on the agenda – and the clash at Anfield could prove decisive.

Liverpool go into the game two points behind their great rivals, who occupy the final Champions League spot.

United will be looking for breathing space, as Louis van Gaal looks to mastermind a return to Europe’s top table.

It’s Liverpool. It’s Manchester United. It’s 11 things you need to know…

1. When is the match and where can I see it?

The game will kick off at 1.30pm on Sunday, and will be broadcast live on Sky Sports 1.

Mirror Football will be running a LIVE blog so you can keep up with proceedings if you can’t get near a television.

2. Team news

Liverpool: Mario Balotelli could return to the squad after missing the Reds’ trip to Swansea through illness.

Steven Gerrard could remain on the bench with the in-form pair of Joe Allen and Jordan Henderson continuing in the centre of midfield.

Manchester United: Robin van Persie remains sidelined, meaning Wayne Rooney will likely continue in a more advanced role.

Phil Jones and Chris Smalling look set to retain their partnership at the heart of the United defence following their clean sheet against Tottenham.

3. Predicted sides


Coutinho likely to lead the attack

Manchester United:

Rooney likely to lead the attack.

4. Reasons for Liverpool fans to be optimistic

  • Five wins in their last five games have taken them to within striking distance of United.
  • They won at Anfield in the corresponding fixture last season.
  • Jordan Henderson has three goals in his last three Premier League games and looks every inch a captain ahead of Steven Gerrard’s departure.

5. Reasons for Manchester United fans to be optimistic

  • They comfortably beat Liverpool 3-0 at Old Trafford earlier this season.
  • They have three victories in their last five outings against the Reds.
  • Victory over Tottenham made it three wins on the bounce in the Premier League – and three consecutive clean sheets.

6. Recent meetings

  • 14 December 2014: Manchester United 3-0 Liverpool (Premier League)
  • 16 March 2014: Manchester United 0-3 Liverpool (Premier League)
  • 25 September 2013: Manchester United 1-0 Liverpool (Capital One Cup)
  • 1 September 2013: Liverpool 1-0 Manchester United (Premier League)
  • 13 January 2013: Manchester United 2-1 Liverpool (Premier League)

7. Recent form

Liverpool – Last 5 games

  • Swansea 0-1 Liverpool (Premier League)
  • Liverpool 0-0 Blackburn (FA Cup)
  • Liverpool 2-0 Burnley (Premier League)
  • Liverpool 2-1 Manchester City (Premier League)
  • Besiktas 1-0 Liverpool (Europa League)

Manchester United – Last 5 games

  • Manchester United 3-0 Tottenham (Premier League)
  • Manchester United 1-2 Arsenal (FA Cup)
  • Newcastle 0-1 Manchester United (Premier League)

  • Manchester United 2-0 Sunderland (Premier League)

  • Swansea 2-1 Manchester United (Premier League)

8. Liverpool’s key man

With Steven Gerrard’s impending departure to LA Galaxy – Jordan Henderson has stepped up to the plate.

The Liverpool captain elect has been nothing short of colossal in recent weeks, notching in his last three Premier League games.

Screamers against Manchester City and Burnley were followed up by a fortuitous winner at Swansea, but the former Sunderland man has made his own luck and spearheaded the Reds’ rise up the table.

His footballing ability has been matched by his tenacity – never clearer than in his stand-off with Diego Costa in the Capital One Cup semi-final at Stamford Bridge.

If Liverpool are to leapfrog United on Sunday, Henderson will need to grab the game by the scruff of the neck once more.

9. Manchester United’s key man

When Manchester United beat Liverpool at Old Trafford earlier this season – David De Gea was simply unbeatable.

The Reds created plenty of opportunities in the game, but the Spaniard stood tall for 90 minutes, as he has done on countless occasions this term.

While rumours and hearsay continue to dominate the back pages, De Gea seems thoroughly unflustered, churning out top-drawer performance after top-drawer performance for United.

His missus may think Manchester is ‘uglier than the back of a fridge’, but Madrid seems to be the last thing on De Gea’s mind.

If he can keep a clean sheet on Sunday – the Red Devils will at least retain their place in the Champions League places.

10. Betting odds

Liverpool: 23/20

Draw: 12/5

Manchester United: 12/5

Odds collected from Paddy Power

11. Quote corner

Liverpool keeper Simon Mignolet: “We know there will be a huge build-up, but as professional football players we can’t get carried away.

“We have to focus on our jobs, we can’t get carried away, and as a game it is three points to win or to lose.

“If we are going to make more of it than it is we might get flustered or carried away with things so we have to address it in a professional manner and make sure we focus on our job rather than what the opponent does or how big a game it is.”

Manchester United legend Bryan Robson: “I like to see Wayne Rooney up front.

“What I like about Wayne being back up there is that he can always create a goal and he can always score a goal. I think that’s where he is more dangerous.

“When he goes into midfield, he forgets about scoring and wants to link passes together.

“He hits great passes, but he forgets that from midfield you can score a goal as well. So that is why I like to see him up front.”

Source: Mirror.co.uk

20 Richest Criminals around the World Who Will Make You Question What’s Right

We all know that doing bad things is wrong, but come on, by now it’s clear that the payoff is pretty massive. You may have to spend half your life in prison, but when you get out you’re basically sorted for about two lifetimes.

There are people in the world who have made so much money through the underworld that they could start their own army. Check out this list of the wealthiest criminals the world has ever seen.

1. Frank Lucas: Made $50 million smuggling heroin

This dude apparently made more than 50 million dollars smuggling heroin into the USA. They even made a a movie about him called American Gangster. He’d use dead soldier coffins to get the stuff in, which sounds really mean but isn’t that bad an idea honestly.

2. José Figueroa Agosto: Made $100 million trafficking drugs

Jose got a 209 year sentence for drug trafficking, which seems a little excessive, but that’s a debate for a different time. Anyway, he’s got 100 million dollar stash hanging around, so whenever he gets out, he’ll be rich(and 200 years old)!

3. George Jung: Made $100 million smuggling cocaine

George also had a movie made about him, called Blow starring Johnny Depp. He was basically smuggling a whole lot of cocaine into the USA and also cheating on his wife, which seems like a non issue considering the extent of his drug dealing. Another man in the 100 million dollar club.

4. Nicky Barnes: Made $105 million dollars selling heroin

Also known as Mr. Untouchable, Nicky realised that using heroin was not as fun as selling heroin at a young age. Worth 105 million dollars, this legend turned things around, making money through a biography. So the moral is, sell some drugs, go to jail and then sell the rights to your life. $$!

5. Paul Lir Alexander: Made $170 million selling cocaine

This brilliant swat nosed scammer helped the American government catch a host of other smugglers, thereby securing himself a solid position smuggling cocaine without competion. With a net worth of $170 million, he was finally arrested in 2005, after which he escaped and is probably living it up. Lucky bugger!