So I have a date with a girl who I'm talking to in the internet. Our chat is always amazing. How can it be just as amazing in person? Any advice?
What Girls Said 2
Don't panic, and just be yourself. Also try not to put too much pressure on the date. I've met people from online and sometimes it works and others the energy isn't right.
So make sure to relax, talk about normal things and try to get to know each other away from technology. See if you can transfer the chemistry into person!
Oh Like someone else has mentioned dinner can be a bad idea firstly it can make it awkward and some people don't like eating around people they first meet. A movie could help conversation after but I would personally feel awkward sitting in the dark with someone I barely know and you aren't able to talk then either! Some fun things I would suggest is bowling, pool, a drink, a coffee, crazy golf something where you can have fun! Also a little playful competition can be fun and help flirting behaviours.0
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My advice would be to have no expectations. If you've only chatted online you will probably feel a bit of a disconnect or awkwardness like you don't know each other. I've met guys after chatting online and they have not been able to handle it when I haven't seemed excited enough to meet them. One guy ruined our date in my view because he repeatedly asked me what I thought of him - I felt like I was being interrogated and didn't really get to know him. He should have just chilled out and let things naturally happen. Also don't be afraid of silences - they are not that bad. And lastly, just make the date coffee or something quick (ie not dinner that means you are stuck there for a long time). If it's going well, then continue the date for longer.0
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What Guys Said 1
Talk about things about the location of date like people, or compliment her on the way she looks that should jump start a good real life convo1
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