The Twelve Lists of Christmas
3 Conversation Starters1. A funny or embarrassing moment. Telling this tale will break the ice and make people feel as if they can relate to you.
2. Travel anecdotes. These are good to have in your conversational arsenal, as they’ll instantly make you more interesting and worldly.
3. A sweet or funny childhood story. Everyone was a kid once, so most people will have a story of their own to respond with.
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