15. "What would our kids look like?"
Yep, she's already thinking about sex, and reproducing, it's not just men
14. "Who's his ex?"
Yep, just like a man, she's thinking who "she was" and why you broke up
13. "how will he treat our waitress?"
How you treat one woman, reflects how you'll treat her. Treat her as you'd like to be treated yourself...within reason
12. "How does he compare to my ex?"
In her mind, she's already sizing you up, whether it's how much money you make, or how "big" you are, in relation to who she used to date
11. "Is he confident?"
Yes, women want confident men. Confidence outside of the bedroom, leads to domination in the bedroom, something women LOVE and often crave.
10. "Am I talking too much?"
Women love talking, it's genetic and goes way back. But, they often don't realize they might be talking too much, and aren't asking us questions. Guys generally don't care about this but, women still think about it!
9. "To eat, or not to eat?"
Girls, I hate to say it, are always making sure they look good for you. I hate saying that because women won't admit it, but, it's true. So, they're wondering if that hamburger she just ordered, is worth the calories because she doesn't want to exercise them off, to stay thin.
8. "Dog or cat person?"
Regardless if you're an animal lover or not, she'll be thinking it. Are you a dog person, or a cat person. Not that it matters, but, it's just something people ask. (I'm allergic to cats, so, I'm a dog person, automatically)
7. "Is he living with his parents, still?"
Most relationships, real ones, start around 18. I realize young teenagers do it, but, for the most part they are after 18. 18 is when college starts for most, and many go off to dorm rooms and eventually apartments, but, if you're like me, and you struggled with something physically for 27 years, you still live with your parents. She'll be wondering if you're still living with them, because she'll need to know if she wants to pursue that sort of thing, and how to handle it.
6. "Did I learn this from Facebook Stalking?"
In the 21st century, social media is king. Everything you do on social media, including getting employed, is monitored on social media sites. People have gotten fired, based on tweets they've made, and posts they've made on Facebook. Women are no different. For their safety, mostly, they WILL look at your facebook (if you have one) and look to see if you're some crazy person or not. Men, often do the same.
5. "Is he a serial Killer?"
Same as the one before. She's already looked at your facebook, and seems to be OK, but, again, some people will put on facade's only to turn up to be ax murder's. She's still a woman, she's going to wonder, if you're a killer.
4. "Do I look at him in the eye, or not?"
If she's not, she's lost interest. Women who are interested in what you're saying, generally look you in the eye. Do not bring up 1. Politics 2. Religion 3. Sex on a first date though. They are off-putting to someone you're just meeting...it's Ok to talk about them later, but not on a first date.
3. "Is my smiling, creepy?"
Much like her hair and makeup/other things, she's going to wonder if her smile is "OK" or creepy looking. Even if we don't care, it doesn't matter, she will most likely try and fix it. If she is, she's just nervous, and most likely likes you.
2. "Was that too much wine"?
Girls see guys as people who love to drink. Men are more likely to be alcoholics than women, heck, women once tried to get alcohol prohibited in the u.s. because men were becoming violent when they drank. However, women have been known to drink quite a bit too. So, she's going to wonder if that glass of wine she just drank, is going to impair her judgment. If you're going to take advantage of it, essentially. For the sake of humankind, and real men. Be a gentleman, and do the right thing!
1. "Who's going to pay the bill?"
If you are in fact on a first date that wasn't free (free things usually include things like parks), then she's going to wonder who's going to pay the bill. There's no real clear cut answer to the question since people have different beliefs on how it works. I can tell you however that if it was me, that, as the man, I don't mind paying (I actually am not dating at the moment, for a number of reasons, but if I in fact was) but, I would like her to at least offer to pay. A woman showing her appreciation/gratitude by at least saying "would you like me to pay?" makes me feel like I'm not being taken advantage of, because I'm a man, women, like men, are not entitled to anything!