Dress nice, bathe, smell good, ask lots of questions, smile, laugh, exhibit a little knowledge about something interesting, and most importantly listen to her. Actor George Hamilton once wrote that when he goes to a new town he finds the nicest restaurant and pays a visit in the afternoon. He gives them his credit card and says, “Please take an imprint of this.
Just say, “I had a great time tonight.” It will make you stand out from the other Joes who say it as a matter of habit.
Without getting too Sir Lancelot about things, a little etiquette goes a long way. Maybe open the door as she walks through, or offer your arm as she steps down from the curb – but play it by ear and don’t go too overboard.
Also, make sure you remember her eye colour (trust us on this one) and when you’re comfortable, maybe test the waters by leaning in a little closer as she speaks – if she backs away, well, it’s probably not going well.
(Head tilts & playing with her hair are still signs as well) Do not shake a woman’s hand in a gentle or wimpy way.
Let's face it, when it comes to meeting the next Mr or Ms Right, we could all do with a little help.
Here are seven things to keep in mind next time you're out on a date.
Don’t worry, this doesn’t mean you need to wear a full tuxedo, but having a shower, shave, using aftershave and putting on something suitable will help you impress your date and get you off to a good start.
Yes, you should never pretend to be someone that you’re not, but a girl might like to see that you take pride in your appearance.