You won’t get it right the first time every time. We all learn this sooner or later. Make sure you learn sooner to stay a step ahead of the pack.
Go On A Second Date If You Didn’t Feel The Sparks The First Time
Yes, it is worth it. For one thing, you’re bound to have a better time. On that first date, she may have been holding back; women in particular are taught early on not to talk to strangers. So if the first date rated a 7, call her back, and be observant this time. Watch for admirable qualities, like friendliness, humour and especially optimism. After all, she’s going out with you again, right? Share a family story or ask if she has a photo of her cat. You can gauge empathy, and deeper exchanges can lead to carnal feelings. – Robert Gordon, author of I Love You Madly!
Correct that Message
Proofread before hitting “send.” Nearly two-thirds of women polled by the dating site Zoosk said they’d be more likely to decline a date if the message had spelling and grammar errors. Mistakes make you look low-class, says Jay Heinrichs, author of Word Hero. “Grammar is the code that the elite – those with money and power – use to recognise each other.”
Fake It Till You Make It
Think you’re the only guy who’s faked an orgasm? Hardly. In one study, men who admitted faking it did so in more than a quarter of their sexual encounters. It can actually help your relationship – you’re making her feel better by showing her you enjoy what she’s doing.
The Pic She Wants To See
Your shirtless selfie from that Zanzibar trip? Lose it. Women tend to favour a profile photo that exudes pride, suggests a survey from the online dating site DatingFound, which compiled single women’s responses to 5 532 photos of single men. The pose they found most appealing: standing with your chest expanded, arms crossed and head tilted up. Lookin’ good.
P.S: 57%. That’s the number of wives that want more sex. The most common time for sex: 10.24PM, Saturday.