Holding hands is ...but only if she tries to initiate it. If the sparks are there, going slow at first just ups the ante...later on. :aplot:Bolar Bolabi said:... take her back home and say your goodbyes and the night is finished. Give her a kiss on the cheek and leave it there.
I agree that movies don't give you time to talk and interact and I never even liked the thought of going to a movie on the first or second date anyway. I always said no to the idea until I finally tried it and it seemed to work. If you do other things beforehand where you can talk and interact for a few hours, then doing something not talking, like watching a movie or something else where you two can get a break from talking, gives a good break and freshens both people concerned up. Then go back to talking and interacting after the movie. That seems to work.Angle Queen said:Movies are OK...but they don't give you any time to really talk and interact; it's just something to do. You don't have to be super-creative...but something just a bit out of the ordinary...will make you and the date...memorable.
I was talking on experiences which has worked for me and I do believe chocolates are a good idea.PaulieM said:if it's a first date don't go overboard on the romace, no chocolates necessary. asking her what she wants to do is a good idea. do something fun and kind of unusual, mostly make sure it's something where you'll have the chance to get to know her. i've always thought it would be fun to go on a date to some sporting event, or an amusement park or even the zoo(yeah it sounds a bit odd but it's fun, and chances are you'll be the first guy to have taken her to the zoo, it'll be memorable). oh and make sure you feed her at some point, hungry chicks usually get grumpy, at least i do
Can't disagree with this. Compliment. I'm the master at giving compliments as I said in a post already in this thread. Sorry jordanaus, can't help you there. I'm lucky because for me, saying things at the right moment and giving compliments comes naturally. Downside of this is that it gets myself in trouble because girls seem to take advantage of it and I'm the one left dangling hurt.sports freak said:Just be yourself mate and be honest!!!!you'll be half way there,dont hesitate on giving her a compliment and SMILE champ!!!!!!
i wouldn't say no but for a first date it could be a bit intimidating. i would think it was sweet but a bit much. on a first date you're still trying to get to know each other and see how your personalities mesh. i'm not looking to get romanced on a first date, as long as it seems like you put some thought into our date, whether that includes flowers and chocolates or not, i'd be impressed.Bolar Bolabi said:I was talking on experiences which has worked for me and I do believe chocolates are a good idea.
You're a girl, right? Let me ask you a few questions.
Would you say no to chocolates? I don't think so.
If someone gave you chocolates, regardless of how big or how small, would you not feel a buzz inside yourself? I don't think so.
I've never had a problem with giving the girl chocolates on a first date. They loved it because they weren't expecting it and it was a surprise to them and made them cheerful.