- Effective Desk Exercises You Can Try Out At OfficePosted 743 days ago
- Drinking Diet Cola Is Harmful For HealthPosted 743 days ago
- Nine Easy Tips That You Must Take To Take Care Of Your Pearl JewelryPosted 744 days ago
- ‘Hair Updos’ You Can Sport For A Fun Day At The BeachPosted 748 days ago
- Easy And Effective Tips To Do A ‘Pedicure’ YourselfPosted 748 days ago
- Useful Tips To Treat ‘Hyperactivity’ In ChildrenPosted 748 days ago
- Do And Don’ts For Healthy PregnancyPosted 748 days ago
Dating Tips: Dos And Don’ts For ‘First Dates’
Nervous about that first date you desperately want to make an impression on? Scared of how to act and react to certain situations that might arise during the date? And wondering how to impress your girl without giving off the wrong signals? If you want the answers to all these questions, read on!
First dates are always jittery affairs. And if you are the type of guy who wants to please his girlfriend without upsetting her, you need to understand that every girl goes by a set of hidden expectations she wants her man to adhere to. These rules will show you off as the person that you really are. So beware of these red alerts when going out on your very first date with that someone special!
Of course, a date would normally be followed by a casual handshake or hug; a peck on the cheek or a passionate liplock. While all that is taken for granted, staring at your girl’s body is not. Face it! She has already seen plenty of people ogling her wherever she goes. And if she gets stuck with one all night long, trust your name to be scrapped off her date book forever.
While a soft, romantic gaze is acceptable, eyeing her like a hungry tiger ready to devour its catch is inexcusable. So even if she turns up drop dead gorgeous for the date, don’t stare at her like a sexomaniac.
Ok! You are out on a date with her which means that both of you have promised to spend some quality time together with minimal or no interferences at all. So ogling at other girls in front of your girlfriend or behind her back is not at all something she would like.
She agreed to go out on a date with you because she felt you were nice to hang out with. So utilise all the time you have on the date to get to know each other better instead of staring at other girls as they walk by.
No one likes an egghead, especially on a date night. Agreed that you feel your girl will like you better once she gets to know about your multimillionaire dad or the numerous medals that you won for the college etc.
However, too much bragging about yourself will only make you look like an ego centric individual rather than someone who is trying to impress his date. Play it simple and neat. She already knows about you a bit. So there’s no need for you to keep on talking about yourself for hours on end lest you want her to leave the date; and you midway!
Again, when she talks, you listen. Don’t expect to do all the talking because she would get bored of it after sometime. And don’t interrupt her in between.
One of the things girls hate most is being interrupted while they are talking about something important. It may not be all that important to you but you will definitely give off the impression that you care for her in more ways than one (not just her body).
I swear by this rule and most definitely know that most girls would do the same too. Come on! It’s a first date and you two barely know each other. So why use phrases that would make her feel uncomfortable and project you in the bad light?
Agreed that you want to make her feel special by uttering phrases like ‘babe’, ‘Sweetheart’, ‘Dear’, ‘Honeybun’ or ‘Sugarplum’ etc. Believe me; she won’t be impressed by these words at all. Rather she would feel very uncomfortable, especially if you start referring to her with sexist phrases. Nicknames are ok but these kinds of lovey dovey ones on a first date are instant turn offs.
Hello! This is a date. Not a matchmixing ceremony. If a girl agrees to go out on a date with you, its probably because she wants to spend some time alone with you. So if you tag along your friends, colleagues or family members trust her to feel downright disgusted.
A date is meant for two people to get to know each other; not an entire party or group to tag along and mess things up big time. So refrain from asking others to accompany you on your first date. It’s just a date and there’s no need to be scared of it.
Finally, if you were not happy with your date and felt things did not quite work out between the two of you, just refrain from messaging, texting or phoning her again. There’s no need to send apologies to her stating that you liked her, but something just wasn’t right.
And in case she calls you up afterwards, be polite and brisk in declining her offer for a second date. Don’t keep on stretching the conversation to the point that she realises you don’t have the courage to tell her you are not interested in her!