So I've never been on a date. I'm wanting to know what do I need to expect that is going to happen. Any feedback or tips would be nice.
Most Helpful Guy
Expect it to be fairly awkward. You two are learning about each other. If you don't know him well then tell him that your waiting till your married for sex. That drives most of the bad guys off fairly quickly. Look for red flags. Like he does not like the beach and you love the beach. He can't play sports but your a sportsy person.
Also look for what you two have in common even if it is only tv shows.1
Most Helpful Girl
I was a late bloomer to dating too. I was 20 when I went on my first first date. There haven't been a huge number since then, but there've been enough. Expect a lot of awkward silences. It just happens. it's not bad. Try and work up the courage to ask a question when this happens. Also, you will probably not feel immediate romantic chemistry. Sparks aren't realistic. The butterflies are probably more nerves than a developing crush. But don't let that somewhat lackluster feeling post-date convince you he's not worth it. I think (unless there's a major red flag or something else you just can't look past) most guys deserve at least a second date where you can open up a little more and take the time to feel things out. People talk about the end of first date kiss, but no guy has ever tried with me. On the second or third date, yes (or no, depending on the guy, but if he didn't kiss me by the third, things usually petered out pretty fast). Don't get too nervous about that part. If it does happen, it's rarely not mutual. We can tell when someone's not into us. Just have fun and be open to whatever happens! First dates are awkward and a little weird, but they're exciting, and you've got to start somewhere! :)0