It looks as if Zac Efron may have a new woman in his life. According to People, Lily Collins, 22, the star of the upcoming film Mirror Mirror, was spotted having dinner with Efron in Los Angeles at STK on Saturday night. A source says the couple arrived together holding hands. They were there to celebrate one of Efron’s friend’s birthdays. After having a drink at the bar, they joined the birthday party on the patio. To clear up any confusion about Demi Moore and her daughter Rumer, Efron told Extra, “Me and Rumer have been friends for a long time. I know Demi is going through some personal stuff right now. I just wish her well. I hope she’s doing okay.”
What are three strong dinner date conversational points?
Being nervous about a dinner date is perfectly normal. Conversation can be a serious challenge when your nerves have the best of you. Here are some great go-to points to discuss:
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1. Education: Discussing your college life can be a great way to get to know someone. Uncovering that your date was a music major may make you 10 times more interested. Sharing his experiences can give you a new outlook, as well as a great way to get to know one another.
2. Work: Knowing what your new man does for a living is a deal changer. However, don’t let work steer the entire conversation, as it would get boring very quickly. Bring up how much you enjoy your job as a nurse, but don’t give any gruesome emergency rooms horror stories.
3. Hobbies: Talking about what you love to do in your spare time is the number one way to get to know someone. Maybe you both enjoy skiing, or biking. Either way, once you discover what you have in common, your conversation will steer itself in the right direction.
What are your dinner date conversational points? Share your stories below.