6 Things You Should Never Say on the First Date

You took her to an expensive diner, gave her a bouquet of roses, and you even wore a new suit for that seemingly perfect night. But days after your date, you have not received a message from her yet. You know that you have not done anything wrong or silly and yet she still has not responded to your calls and messages, let alone sent you an angry emoticon. There are two reasons for this: maybe she is not that into you. Or maybe, she was into you but you have said something offensive during your date that made her think twice about having a second date with you.


The first date is crucial as it establishes how physically, emotionally, and intellectually compatible you are with your hot date. It is also the springboard for your future dates. This means that screwing up on your first night with the girl you have been wanting to date is not an option. Most of the time, it is not the things that you do or did not do that make women refuse to have a second date with you. It is usually the things that you say that tell the ladies that you are the first-date-only type of guy.

When it comes to first dates, there are things that you should not say for you to get a second date. Here are things that you should not be discussing with your date on your first night/day out.

1. “I checked out your Facebook, Twitter, and other social networking accounts.”

The last type of guy any woman would like to share a romantic candle-lit dinner with is an online stalker. Although there are women who might not mind that the guys who invited them out to dinner have checked their Facebook accounts, majority of the ladies find this creepy.  The purpose of the date is to get to know more about her. If you want to know her better, ask her questions during the date about her hobbies and interests instead of spying her via her social networking accounts. If you cannot stop yourself from collecting information on your date through Facebook and Twitter, we advise that you skip mentioning it in your conversations.


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