I'm guilt of once watching a movie at a guy's house right on the first date, the dating turned out boring and it simply didn't work out (he wanted another date but I just didn't reply and he didn't insist; we haven't spoken since). Obvioulsy, I was way younger then (19 at the time) and this is something I wouldn't do now.
When I told my then boyfriend this, he had this ''Are you serious'' look and told me that's one of the stupidest thing I could have done even at that age. I guess that for once in my life I didn't want to assume bad things and just wanted to have fun going out on a date with a normal guy. I wanted to simply date around so then I can select who I was interested in being in a relationship with.
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Most Helpful Guy
I guess he was concerned that you may have gotten hurt by a stranger. First dates where you visit a home is rare for online-ers.
I had met a woman online a couple of years ago, and after our first date she surprisingly wanted to head to my place for the evening. It does happen, nothing wrong with it.1
Most Helpful Girl
Blind date, no. But first date, yes. Interesting question because looking back on it, every single time I got too close too fast nothing worked out. In fact it was incredibly short-lived. I hadn't been on many blind dates in my life, but when I had, I remember driving to see them, and keeping it short and going back home alone. However, if I met someone in person first, and then agreed to go out another time, yes, there have been a few times where I went to their place or I invited them to mine, and even if no sex was to be had, just the quick invite to come in to one's personal home sort of killed a lot. The reason is because after that, you get in to the "come over to my place" deal, and don't really make plans to "go" anywhere after that, and the beginning stages of the relationship are boring and based on nothing.1