DATING MADE EASY
Usually by the time you have a first date you have either already meet someplace, or have at least talked on the telephone or over the internet, and there should at least be some amount of interest in each other or why would you have agreed to the date in the first place.
Try to think back to the things you talked about when the both of you spoke on the phone and see if you learned anything that may help you decide where to go for your date, but if you do not have enough information about them to know what they may like you sometimes have to gamble and throw the dice, and hope you don’t crap out.
The most important thing to do on a first date is to have a good time, the bigger a deal you make of it the harder it is going to be and the higher the chances of you making a fool of yourself.
Take her/ him to a nice place, quite but not too quiet, you should be able to hear each other but other distractions are also good for those uncomfortable moments.
Do not take her/ him to a place where your friends hang out, this will make her/ him feel as if they are being ganged up on or they may feel out of place and resent you for making them feel that way.
It is very important to have the whole night planned out already before the date and have a backup idea just incase. The tricky part is making it look like it was not all planned.
- You get what you pay for with online dating. …
- Okcupid: Best Overall. …
- Match.com: Best for long-term relationships. …
- eHarmony: Most Underwhelming. …
- Plenty of Fish: Most Overwhelming.
Just remember that dating is a gamble sometimes you are going to get a bad hand and eventually if you play your cards right you will find the right person and win the jackpot.
I’ve finally found mine and his name is “ANTHONY G”