How can I figure out which questions are interesting and will be pleasant for the person to whom they are addressed to answer?
I am a person who has an extreme problem conveying what he wants to express. I am pedantic, repetitive, redundant, verbose, and inflexible. My thoughts simply run too fast and they overwhelm me. I have difficulty in choosing how to express myself and even choosing the words themselves, as fast as I think, I have had one too many university professors asking whether I ever get tired or whether I could stay away from so much analysis and details. I have boring interests and I tend to miss many social nuances (trying consciously to make up for it makes me question whether or not there is a nuance when in fact there is none and useless because I can just pick up some nuance I fail to interpret it in a social context). I am otherwise excellent in picking up and interpreting nuances in an Academic or purely Linguistical context. My interests are broad but restricted to practical or philosophical or both. I am not interested in discussing any shows or other art, unless it is a practical matter. I am not interested in particular observations in society but only in more universal social phenomena. I enjoy culture and arts but keep it to myself or have very succinct remarks. People call me obsessed, fixated, boring, or incommodious. The complete opposite of affable. And I can only admit so. All in all it makes me believe that I should not talk or at least restrict it as much as possible.
So I want to ask people questions that will please them to answer those questions and let them do the talking. I can't simply get a laundry list of interesting questions because each person has their own tastes.