Asking these questions will get you that second date.
Save those coins with these affordable ideas.
This thread is an emotional roller coaster.
Let's get to the point...
Since you're already stressing about what to wear, we've got you covered on some foolproof conversation starters.
"I think the one thing I wanted to do was go on a date."
Imperial College London and eHarmony released a report that shows that by 2040 dating will be fully virtual.
Prepare to never settle for a bar meet up again.
Imagine a world where you didn’t have to go on first dates? YUP! We want to live in that world...
I can understand trying to ball on a budget, but at this point, why don't you just go to McDonald's?
You know these have all gone through your mind.
There’s more pressure in almost every aspect of the first date than there is on any other date. Because it’s the first and therefore going to be the most significant impression you can make.
We all know how first dates can be: nerve wracking, exciting, awkward, and possibly a lot of sweaty palms. Just the thought of a first date can even gives me these emotions. So how do we turn down the nervousness and crank up the exciting? By preparing.
First dates can be 100 kinds of stressful. We're already freaking out about saying the right things and not coming off like a complete weirdo, and we also have to worry about what we look like!
We've heard the psychology behind imitating him (sincerest form of flattery) and body language, but YourTango's got a few more tips to help you out on that first date.
I've been out on first dates with guys who barely go in for a kiss at the end of the night, and others who can't seem to get my clothes off fast enough.
I asked this guy out on a date and now I'm freaking out because I have no idea where to take him. I want to seem cool so I don't want to just take him for dinner and a movie. Ideas?
You ask yourself if maybe he lost your number or broke his phone or if you had food in your teeth the whole night and he thought you weren't playing with a full set of pearly whites. Any of these are completely likely scenarios, right!?
My mom always says, "Why would they buy the cow if you're giving milk out for free?" Sure, that's pretty solid advice sometimes, but there are exceptions to the "no sex on the first date rule."
I know a bunch of other girls who’ve ended up in relationships with guys online, but I think the problem for me is there seems to be a lot of pressure on the first date. It feels like you’re trying to imagine yourself in a relationship with him after spending all of 2 hours knowing him drinking at a bar. Why are people getting so relationship obsessed over one date? Are they or is this just something I keep feeling like I’m pressured to buy into?
The first date outfit is a big one. You want to look great, but you also don't want to look like you're trying too hard? But most of the time you're probably just over-thinking it. Really, you just need to follow these two rules.
My rock solid judgment flew out of the window when Carlos gently convinced me to hang out that night. He promised that he wouldn’t hurt me and reminded me that he respected my decision.
Lately, I've noticed a plethora of articles aimed at women written to give us insight into what guys find attractive and what they don't.
Sex. We love it. We want it. All the time. Is that asking too much? In bed, on the floor, on the couch, in the shower, over the counter.
What do guys really think of sex on the first date? Is it a deal breaker? I feel like if you have a genuine connection with someone, and the sex is awesome, shouldn't that make them want you more? Or does it completely take the fun out of the chase? I've had one long term relationship start out of sex on the first date. I've had other guys never call me again. What's the deal?
We’ve all been on nightmare dates that you wish you could just teleport away from. But since you can’t actually call The Doctor to pick you up and teleporting won’t be invented for another, oh, let’s call it 30 years, you’ve got to figure out your emergency escape plans and put them into action the SECOND you notice any of the following...
• Does Tim Riggins look sexier with long hair? OF COURSE. • Did Zac Efron drop a condom while walking The Lorax red carpet? Hey, safe sex is great sex! • Just how accurate was The Help? Find out here! • If you gave up cheese for Lent, we feel very very sorry for you.
I haven't picked up an issue of Cosmo since, like, 2007, but I still felt an intense sense of deja vu while flipping through it. I am amazed at the way they can regurgitate the same sex tips over and over and over again. Did you know that guys like when you stroke them and suck them at the same time?
While we're looking back at all the wonderful moments (and the not so wonderful ones, i.e. that time you threw up in your new boyfriend's bed) here are a few articles that made my year just a smidgen better. I know for a fact after reading them you'll feel ten thousand times better about all of your not-so-great moments of 2011.
Well, you probably read the first 10 reasons that annoy us when we first start dating someone. Unfortunately, 10 just wasn’t enough for you guys. We read your comments, listened to your arguments and put all our heads together here at CollegeCandy. Without further ado, we give you 10 more things that drive us absolutely crazy when we first start dating.
There a man life lessons to be learned from television series How I Met Your Mother -- from how to craft the perfect "get psyched" mixed CD, to finding out that nothing good happens after 2 a.m. However, my most recent favorite comes from the "Mystery vs. History" episode where Ted and his date promise not to do any secret research online about one another prior to their first date.
As this is the September issue, the mag is about three times heavier than usual, which means there are three times as many ads to dig through to get to the actual content. That said, I did want nearly every piece of makeup and clothing featured, so I can't really hate too hard this time around. That made up for the questionable articles in the issue.
•Guess who The Situation tries to woo....in Italian •What if you want sex more than he does? •First date outfit ideas that he'll notice •How to cope when you have a bad haircut •Rihanna no longer looks like Ronald McDonald •Fox News gets surprisingly feminist on us •Wooo, Sally Hansen has her own version of Crackle nailpolish
So when I originally had the idea for this Weekly Ten my plan was to make a real list of first date faux pas - you know, like eating off your date's plate and talking about the ex - but then I started thinking about it. None of these things have ever actually happened to me. And even if they did they wouldn't even make the cut on the list of first date horror stories I've heard.
When it comes to wooing the opposite sex, men have it easy. As far as I know, they approach you and whip out the pick-up line. Sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn't. Women on the other hand, play a whole different game. Sometimes it seems as if our entire existence is based on impressing a guy. And it's exhausting.