Nothing to say, a first date is a hassle, let alone a first date with a rich single engineer. Because there are so many variables for a first date. First, you want to look your best. You must wear a nice outfit, dress up, and possibly tidy up your room, depending on whether your date has a chance to see it at the end of the night.
Secondly, you must arrive at the appointment on time. Once you get there, you must be the smartest and most impressive version of yourself. You can make your date laugh, but don't dominate the conversation. You can ask your date questions, but don't act like an interrogator. Relax, but not too wild. Be yourself, but don't expose too much.
The date ends. Have you ever hugged? Have you ever kissed? Are you going to meet again? Uh, anything else? (like, second date?) If none of this happens, is the date a huge failure or a slow success? It's not easy to tell the two apart, especially in our chaotic dating age.
And then, no matter what happens that day, what happens the next day? Are you waiting to get in touch? Would you immediately text to determine the situation, or schedule a second date? The first thing to remember is that for a guy, you usually have to have an idea for this memorable first date. Sure, sometimes women want to make the first move and ask you for a date they've chosen (in this case, you can go for a second date), but chances are, you'll have a say in how the date looks. To have the perfect first rich date, read these 5 tips:
Theme park/carnival It's going to be a great first date experience, but a little difficult. The main reason is increased time commitment and the difficulty of getting out early: if you go to a theme park or carnival, if the chemistry isn't as strong as you'd like, you can't leave after an hour. In fact, you may have to watch it for half a day. But other than that, the idea of the date itself is pretty good: you show up, buy a ticket, stroll through the different booths and rides, with several stops for food and drink. Even if you don't think your date is the man of your dreams, it's still a good excuse to let go of your inner child, have a silly and fun time, and just think of him or her as a new friend.
A picnic in the park The park is usually a relaxing place, but organizing a first date picnic in the park is a pretty complicated job. You need to prepare food in advance, which may include some cooking (or, at the very least, putting some sandwich ingredients together), and you need to make sure you've chosen a good day for your date. Also, your conversation skills need to be just right, because unlike carnivals or theme parks, there's nothing to entertain you except the occasional human (and pet) viewer.
However, a picnic in the park, if done well, can be the most idyllic first date, so if you can coordinate all the moving parts to complete this one, you'll impress her. Creativity, organization and atmosphere setting all points!
Drink at the bar A bar is a great place to go on a first date because it's a super easy way to warm up and meet new people. First, having alcohol around is a great way to reduce the tension of those first dates (optional, of course, and make sure not to overdo it!). There's also a lot of mood lighting and a lot of hustle and bustle, people talking to each other, so it's set up.
Of course, this can only be an option because it can make the other person nervous and surprised. It's not very imaginative, and it can come across as lazy. It's also possible that your date will see this as an attempt to get her drunk and have sex with her, so if she makes it clear that she wants to be above board (at least at first), drinking in a bar can give the wrong impression. So, it's your lowest bet, so you're free to use it when you're uninspired and want to make things easy, but you're better off not using it when you want to impress people.
Coffee Coffee is a great date choice. Like meeting at a bar, it's cheap -- it's a plus for you, but, again, it might make you look a little distracted -- and if you don't feel as positive about the date as you expected, it's easy to end it with a cup of coffee; It doesn't take much time to have a cup of coffee and then make an excuse that you have other urgent tasks to do.
The main problem with coffee dating is that it's not very romantic and you can even have coffee with friends, colleagues and distant family members. You will be able to achieve this goal through conversation, but also choose an upscale coffee shop, rather than a series like star bucks, if you enjoy her company, you can invite her to take a walk to the nearest ice cream shop to extend your time together and show your interest.
Museum/art gallery Dating at a museum or gallery is definitely a plus, but you have to do some research on it, which puts it on the difficult ladder. You need to know which exhibitions are worth visiting, and if you want to impress, you need to know something about the artist or curator. To score points, you can also link the date to your date's interests -- or, before your first date, go through her profile on your engineers dating site and check out her interests.
For example, if you're dating a physics major, you could suggest a science museum or science-themed exhibition, or if you're dating an artist, you could take her to an art gallery for a lively exhibition. But be careful: she'll know more about the subject than you do, so make sure you're confident in your choice! You might bore her, or choose something she doesn't like -- sure, it's okay to ask her first opinion. Having said that, there's no need to think too much about it. As long as you do some basic work and choose an exhibition that looks interesting or gets good reviews, this should be a fairly smooth date.
So, those are just a few things to watch out for when you're single with a rich engineer. You can use it as your card, as long as you use it correctly and show up on time, which will not only guarantee you and your date a great time, but also (potentially) guarantee future dates.
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