So here’s the situation…
You’ve finally convinced the woman you like to go out with you on a first date. Naturally, you’d like to give her a good impression so you’ll easily convince her to go on a second one with you.
Now while you may already know that keeping a close eye on your grooming and get-up is an absolute priority to pull the whole thing off, there are a few simple blunders that some guys tend to overlook that can ruin their chances of scoring a second date almost immediately.
Make sure you read on to find out what these are to really get her impressed on your first date.
You don’t involve her in planning your first date.
Unlike what a lot of guys mistakenly think, planning a first date is a two-way street. You’ve got to let her in on the action or else things won’t turn out like you expect sooner or later.
You can start things off by asking her where she’d like to go during your date. Besides having an idea of the places that she likes to hang out in, you will also make her feel that you value her inputs.
And that basically means earning extra brownie points for you right then and there in the process, my friend.
You pick the most expensive place in town.
Although making sure that your date is going to feel really comfortable and relaxed during the big day (or night) is an essential, simply picking the priciest and most luxurious place that you can find is one of the worst decisions that you’ll ever make.
Sure the intention is right, but she will just have the idea that she’s going to a job interview instead of a first date. Like I’ve pointed out earlier, going for her favorite bar or deli is a nice choice.
You talk about complicated stuff to make her think you’re smart.
Now while women do think that smart is sexy, kicking off your first date conversation with technical subjects isn’t going to cut it.
See, women are more receptive to trivial things during a first date conversation. I know this sounds rather surprising, but the chances that your date is going to open up to you are much higher when you talk to her about simple stuff like her favorite TV show or perhaps the most recent movie she’s watched.