What to talk about with a new friend

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Suppose you meet a new girl or boy at work, and you want to be friends with that person, just what would you discuss with her or him in order to come across as an interesting person. Basically I’ve been working at this new restaurant near my home and I’ve canes across this girl. On my third day she came up to me and we just exchanged a few sentences about how we are finding work and this person told me we can be mates. I was over the moon cos I barely have any friends . We then agree to exchange social media info. Since I do suffer from autism conversations never work out well for me and I just see my texting skills as dry and boring and enough to put someone to sleep. I then started messaging this girl just asking what she’s up to and she’s day then usual not much reply an all. I would then try to find something to talk about like hobbies and interests but she doesn’t have any hobbies or interests which just makes things awkward for me because with no hobbies or interests to at least discuss I just don’t know what to say like j genuinely don’t know what to have a conversation with this person about. If anyone here has any suggestions on what to talk about or perhaps tell me what to look out for to see if she isn’t really interested. Please note I’ve been we’ve known eachother for just under a week now

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OP: uses anon
Also OP: "thanks, Billy"
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(Original post by tej3141)
OP: uses anon
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There are millions of Billy’s around so think of me as an anonymous Billy??
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tbh doesn't seen like you are the dry one here, who doesn't have hobbies or interests??
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hi billy,
It depends. Do you see her as your friend or someone you might be dating in the future?


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hi billy,
It depends. Do you see her as your friend or someone you might be dating in the future?


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Hi there
At the moment I would like to see her as a friend for now since I need to work on my friendship skills but if things do go very well then I definitely wouldn’t mind being more than friends in the future
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