We all know our own standards, but what is the average GaGer's expectation at the end of a first date?
For context purposes, let us assume the following:
- You have been formerly aquanted, but never outside of a group environment - This is the first time you've intentionally made arrangements to see each other one-on-one - It went as well as you could have hoped. You had a great time, felt a lot of chemistry, and definitely want to continue seeing this person.
Under these circumstances, what would you typically find the most appropriate, or ideal way to end a first date?
Alright, who voted "wave"? I know it was one of you!
In case you wanted to know my opinion, I do hugs for almost every date, good or bad, but a particularly good date like in this scenario would get distinguished with a peck on the cheek, assiming she seems like she'd be comfortable with it.
It would depends on how the date went and how comfortable i feel with him. It would range from a hug to a make out. If we agree on a second date, then a long, tight hug and/or a peck on the cheek is what I would initiate. But if the guy wants to go in for a kiss, I guess a quick kiss would be fine as well. If I happen to have wanted to go out with the guy for like 2 years, then making out is fine as well lol
id sorta just follow on from his vibe. for me, i would hug him and kiss his cheek, but if i get the vibes that his body language isn't too open, ill go with a handshake. i prefer to respond to the person in front of me. but yeah, nothing more than a hug and kiss.
Well... depends I guess, on the nature of the date.
If we went to dinner and a movie and the mood was romantic then I guess a peck on the cheek/kiss would be acceptable.
If we went bowling then a high five/fist bump/hug would be appropriate.
With my first date with my boyfriend we may or may not have parked on the street by his house and made out for like 20 minutes. And we may or may not have made out after dinner. And when we arrived at the dance (homecoming). And on the dance floor.
We were feeling it lol There were a LOT of feelings building up to this first date and it's been basically peaches and daisies ever since haha
I'd prefer it stays at a hug ir a peck on the cheek depending on his culture. Anything less tells me he's not interested. Anything more makes me feel like I have to be exclusive with him. Or like we're an item.
I would go for holding hands for a bit to a peck on the cheek and a nice smile. If I really like the guy the nice smile will be hidden, I would be way to nervous to see what his facial expression prevails lol and I tend to look down in moments like those, because I would be blushing like a tomato
It depends, if it's someone I don't really know, I would probably just handshake, wave or hug, but if it's someone I know well enough I would probably want to see them again so a hug would probably be okay, nothing further... dating really is a new concept.
No matter what I don't kiss, I don't care how well it went. I always end in a hug.
I know it sucks and people hate to say it- but if the date went really well, it just guarantees you a second date, girls get confused and can't stop thinking about why you didn't kiss them as they thought it went well- which means she can't stop thinking about you.
It is a dirty trick/shameless for sure- but it works. Playing a little hard to get is good, even if we all (myself included!) hate it.
I would at least hug her and, as I was moving towards her for the hug, I would hope to see signs that she wanted a kiss. If so, I would give her a kiss on the lips, but not a sloppy, slobbery making-out kiss. Just a simple kiss on the lips.
I would just do the "it was nice, thank you for the time" smile and nod. A handshake is a bit too manly while a hug at the first date (unless things went super) is kind of a bit too much. Let alone a kiss.