Ah yes, the all-ancient act of wooing women. A skill wanted by many, but only truly mastered by a select few. First impressions are the hardest, since they last the longest. A good first date can set the foundation for your future relationship, which makes it all the more important to appear like you’re a normal, stable and sane human being. Don’t worry, you don’t actually have to be, just fool your date once and you’re golden.
Let’s take a look at some things that you’re probably better off not saying on a first date. Or you could play expert mode of the dating game and say all of them. It’d be like the Dark Souls of real life, I’m sure there’s people that’d like that.
Anything About Your Last Relationship
Look, everyone has a story. Everyone’s been through things. And it’s all fine and dandy that you’re trying to be open about it, but a first date is no place to discuss your previous relationship. There’ll be a time and a place for that, this is neither. It’ll make you seem unavailable.
Nothing At All
I’m sure your date’s apartment has plenty of walls that he or she could stare at. If you’re not going to talk, there’s no reason at all for the other person to be there. If you’re not going to invest energy in them, why should they invest energy in you?
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“Your Place or Mine?”
I mean, this seems like an obvious one, right? Not saying these kinds of things can’t happen on a first date, but you really shouldn’t incorporate it into your game plan. You don’t want to be sending off vibes this is a one time thing and you’re just rushing to your goal.