Classic dating mistakes

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If he happens to hold her hand on the first date because it feels right, then so be it.

In most cases, a modern woman will be happy to just go with the flow and see what happens.

The only exception with this is when a woman wants to make plans for the next date because you and she are hitting it off so well on the first date.

In that case, it will be totally fine to begin making plans right then and there.

Going on a date is a chance to get to know each other in a relaxed and easy-going way.

It’s about having a laugh together and if the mood is right, maybe even enjoying a kiss and becoming closer physically.

This only leads to a smashed heart, a life-long distaste for all heterosexual-man-kind, and epic disappointment.

When dating a woman, you should always be your true self, so that she gets to meet the real you and fall in love him, not a pretend version of you.

Some guys make the mistake of taking a woman on date to somewhere they wouldn’t normally go, such as an expensive restaurant or upscale nightclub for example.

I’ll never forget the first classic lesbian mistake I ever made. “It’s clear you’re upset about a girl.” She looked me long and hard in the eyes and dramatically raised her bushy left brow. She lit her cigarette and sucked back an impressive drag of smoke. A slow smile stretched itself across the mystery lesbian’s weathered-looking face. I could hear her chuckling to herself as she happily waddled back into the bar, leaving me to stew in the nervous sweats of my “rookie mistake.” That might have been the first rookie mistake I made when it came to the mysterious underworld of lesbian love and sex, but let me assure you, it certainly wasn’t the last.

I was puffing on a cigarette outside of a lesbian club, looking all bleary-eyed and angst-ridden when an older dyke, probably about fifteen years my senior, came sauntering on over to me. ” She asked me, leaning up against the graffitied cement wall, pulling a lighter out of her back pocket like some sort of 1940s swashbuckler. “I know that expression.” I stamped out my cigarette. “Rookie mistake.” “I don’t see what the big deal is! I don’t know about you queers, but it took me a long time to understand the intricate rules of the ever-complicated girl-on-girl dating scene.

This was considered proper dating etiquette for men a couple of generations ago, but modern women are usually independent women and often have their own job and income.

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