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If they’re reaching over to touch your arm, or put their hand on your knee then you’re probably OK to move a little closer.
But in the meantime stick with the rule of thumb of keeping two feet of distance between yourself and your date to avoid the ‘creep zone’. Using pet names ‘Angel’, ‘sweetheart’ and ‘honey buns’ are all a no-no in the early dating stages.
If that’s not you (and we really hope it isn’t) save the sexy talk for another time, when you’ve got to know each other a bit better. There are plenty of other topics to cover before you get to the x-rated stuff. Being too persistent Who doesn’t like being chased, right?
Wrong, if it’s the equivalent of a teenager in a horror film being chased through the woods by a werewolf.
- Remain anonymous : only your user name and your description are visible to the person you are talking to and this guarantees your anonymity until you decide that it is time to reveal your identity.
Don't fall in love after chatting on line with someone for 60 seconds, for example!
If she likes you, she’ll smile back, and if she doesn’t she won’t.
Body language such as eye contact and smiling, is a much better indicator than some misplaced idea that women love to be chased. No sense of personal space Everyone has their own idea of what constitutes their personal space.
You will thus be able to converse with members of both sexes.
We wish it wasn’t like this, but many women have been on dates where that mention of living at home with their mother or still taking a teddy bear to bed just weirds them out. Mentioning sex in the first 10 conversations Sex is a wonderful, fun and exciting thing. But, if you barely know someone, talking about sex is just a bit creepy. We’re not saying that’s you, but they’re numb to it.
We’re going to break this down into men and women, because while weird dating behaviour can be universal, there are some gender specific behaviours that should just be avoided. Would you talk about sex with the lady in the Post Office? No, so why is OK to talk about it after a couple of drinks on a first date? They’ve met guys in bars, friends of friends, and guys online who’ve clearly only got one thing on their mind – and that’s pretty insulting.
Some men believe in the old adage ‘If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again’, but when it comes to dating this isn’t great advice.
When a woman says no, she generally means it, so never assume you can try and wear her down. Some men believe that women play hard to get, and to be fair, some do. Can’t read signals If you see a woman across a bar, look at her and smile, and she turns away what does that mean?