My first encounter with the beast that is a hideous first date came at the impressionable age of 16.
The third most sweat inducing experience of one’s life is probably the first date. The first two, of course, being actually talking to the opposite sex in the first place and masturbating while your parents are home.
Will you accept their job offer? Do you want to see them again? You wanted this so badly but now you’re second-guessing yourself.
ATTENTION all men: There are a few very simple things you can do on a first date that will turn a good date into a great one, or at the very least, keep an average date from feeling like the worst night ever.
Have a very specific list about exactly what you want. (And along with that, what you don’t want but can possibly tolerate, and what you absolutely cannot stand.)
When you say we should do this again sometime, she doesn’t respond with “totally.” But rather “Oh my god, yes!” or “I’d love to!”
And by most popular, I mean the “most messaged.”
Single people have to have many first dates in order to sort out who is suitable and who is not suitable for a second date.
Time should be the sole investment on a first date, not because you deserve it either, but because it’s the only thing left to give after taking away the financial aspect.
Girl (smiling): Jesus we’re meant to be. I never thought I’d get married this young, but love trumps all, that is what they say isn’t it?