One of the biggest and most important parts of the night is that you PAY! [some things never change - ed.] Don't make her feel uncomfortable about money; she doesn't want to hear about your money problems and how you had to pawn your favorite video game to be able to afford to take her out. Actually, don't even mention that you play video games. She has to think of you as a man and not a 13 year old boy whose balls haven't even dropped yet.Regarding appropriate topics of conversation, it turns out that sex is an acceptable one:
You might be surprised by that but it really is easy to talk about; just be prepared for the question, "How many girls have you slept with?" You can answer this question however you see fit, but from personal preference I would rather an experienced man. That does not mean I want to hear about your sexual conquests...Just like a woman, isn't it? She wants to talk about it but doesn't really want to hear it. A little further on:
...seriously, look at me, which does not mean my tits. Look at my eyes. Look at my tits when I'm not looking right at you because believe it or not, men, we can see when you look at our boobs and not our eyes. Come on! Look interested in what I have to say even if you're not...Imitation being the sincerest form of flattery, another one takes up a similar theme: "How to have a successful first date with a lesbian". Written by a girl for girls, in case that wasn't clear. I'm saving most of it for tomorrow because I'm a little worn out, but I scanned one paragraph and came across this:
I went to dinner with this beautiful girl I had met at a club one night, and the waitress was a stunning brunette with blue eyes. Unfortunately, my date thought she was so pretty that she was making advances right there at the table. Not only was it embarrassing, but I was utterly mortified that she paid more attention to her and wouldn't stop talking about her for the rest of the night.Yes, it's an awful thing about life, that tragedy seems to lurk behind every bat of the eyelash.
People have no idea what my life is really like.