Impressively, these really entertaining moments are all improvised, but the humor of the scene actually belies a lot of economical character work that’s at play within the sequence, as well as throughout the course of Wonder Woman’s run-time.
It's hilarious that Diana is so blunt about these subjects whilst Steve awkwardly tiptoes around them, as he ultimately fails to provide satisfactory answers to her questions.
One-liners may initially get a woman’s attention; however, what are you doing to keep the conversation going?
What it boils down to is whether or not you believe you can find someone compatible with you, and whether or not you have the skill set of active listening.
Getting outside of your head, any insecurities, and removing listening blocks is half the battle.
"What's the best movie/book/meal you saw/read/ate in the past year?
" A specific question about something someone will remember with fondness is a lot more interesting to answer than, "How's your week going? Based on a not at all peer-reviewed study, 90 percent of people using online dating apps are bored out of their minds. You're the princess, he's the prince, and you call out to him: "Oh, won't some hero come save me from this stifling castle keep!Did he really need to have his shirt off at that block party? Type this sentence verbatim: "So, where should we get that drink?Is that really his dog/baby/infinity pool or is he just using it to attract women? " You already know that this person finds you attractive, because they swiped right/hearted you, etc., so why even waste time on a half-hearted conversation, when the point of online dating is dating in real life, not finding a pen pal.4. " I don't exactly know why, but guys really respond to this.If you’re really interested in finding datable women, your best bet is not a club or bar, but taking up co-ed hobbies and interests where you see the same women over and over again. Pick one thing on his profile and make fun of him for it.When Diana relates her clay-based conception to him, it’s very entertaining to watch the cogs whirring in Steve's mind, along with his faltering attempts to explain the conventions that he’s used to.