So let’s just make things really easy, less confusing, and less complicated.
The dating app “Bumble” really threw a wrench into things by switching up traditional roles and making the female in charge of messaging the guys first.
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If guys just continue to assume that traditional role of asking the girl out on the date, and planning the first date – even if you met on Bumble – then everything will just move along much faster and easier!
You will actually GO on more dates and meet more people “in the flesh”… Plus, is it really that much of a burden and that much effort to say “hey, let’s meet in person over a drink, what’s your schedule like this week? I hear the complaint constantly from my male clients and other men that they’ll be talking to a girl, ask her out, and then – poof! And then the poor guys are obsessing over what the hell they could have possibly said to offend them or turn them off so much with one message.
Ladies, let’s help the guys out a little to make them more motivated to court YOU, notice their efforts when they do put them out, and have the courtesy to at least tell them no thank you if you don’t want to go out with someone.
-Start with this 1-Hour “Mock Date” (which takes place via Skype).
This is essentially a simulated first date that you and I will go – You will show up and act exactly as you normally do on a first date.
And I would play the role of your “date,” (not “De Anna”) and I act like a normal girl, responding naturally and staying in my role the whole time.
I’ve seen a dramatic change in guys’ behavior on these apps – the most notable being that many guys have gotten downright lazy and don’t put any effort into meeting offline.
I’m sorry if this sounds old-school, but I believe that some things are just better left to traditional practices and roles, and this is one of them.
Your knees and your ankles should be pressed together at all times. Here's something new I learned: A "gentleman" would never let you think that you are late to a date.
If, hypothetically, you showed up 20 minutes after you were supposed to, a gentleman should say, "No, I made the reservation too early." I like this piece of etiquette.
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