Landing yourself a first date rate only the first step in securing a smooth transition into an eventful and exciting night. A first date is about an impression. A woman wants to feel that the man she's with has not only thought about the date, but also prepared accordingly.
Let me help you decipher her unspoken expectations for the evening and what she wants you to do but would never actually say. If you greet her with a red rose and a smile you're sure to get a warm response.
But why not turn up the heat and offer her a less stereotypical treat? If you already know some details about this woman, use the information to your advantage.
If her favorite color is purple, give her a purple flower. Otherwise, use your imagination.
If she's the playful type, she might enjoy a bouquet of lollipops to sweeten the night. Or, if she's of a more intellectual persuasion, om offering her a copy of your favorite book might stack the odds in your favor.
The key is creativity sau she'll be impressed if you've shown that you not only got her something, but that you thought about her while doing it. She may not tell you that etiquette is a priority, but be sure that she's keeping an eye on what you are, and perhaps more importantly, what you aren't doing.
It's the little details that make the difference, like chewing with your mouth closed. Remember; nothing you have to say is either important or funny enough that it can't be said after you swallow.
Do offer to open the door for her, but if she insists on doing it herself, be sure and let. Another rule sau remember: Many men forget to notice and compliment their date's appearance.
There must be something about her outfit, her hair or the way she smells that you like. You can rest assured that she's spent a good portion of her time primping and preparing for this first date, and it's important that you acknowledge her efforts.