And where would you recommend someone take someone on a date if you don't really know each other well at all?
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a first date is not about being all fancy and impressive, it's about getting to know the other person.
i'd say coffee or a casual restaurant...not fast food but not something too fancy. maybe a nice diner or something.
i think these are best. you can just sit across from each other and talk. if it goes well, take a walk after.
my guy and I had coffee the first date. it wasn't my first coffee or casual food date but it was a good way to get to know each other casually. we sat and talked for a while, our eyes locked ,it just flowed and felt good. Then after a while we took a walk. He wanted to spend more time but I had to get back to work.
a first date when you don't know each other isn't too much. it's really, do you feel you enjoy talking to this person, have things in common. a second date means "i enjoyed my time with this person and I feel some attraction and want to spend time together again". Nothing more or nothing less, so remember that and don't rush it either.
You can kiss on the first date but I prefer it on the second, unless it was a really long first date and I "just know". But magic first dates are rare. Good ones are fine and often yield successful relationships as well.
always pay, by the way.
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