What would be an appropriate way to end a sentence after making a suggestion/offering an opinion in anticipation of the response? For instance, while talking to a friend, I share something with them followed by "how's that sound to you?" or "what do you think?" in order to elicit some sort of reply pertaining to my previous statement.
Examples for clarity:
1) We should try bubble tea sometime. Thoughts?
2) Rabbits are much cuter than cats. What do you think?
3) I will pick up your medication at 6:00. How's that?
4) (Random sentence in Mandarin + unsure how it sounds in context). How was that? Was it okay for this situation?
I am aware of 好吗，对吗，是不是。Yet these seem to be used primarily for the purpose of affirmation. I also know 怎么样 is appropriate for asking "how was it/how have you been". Might 吧 fit in here at all (possibly in the form of a question)?