Dating first date second date
[Read: How to kiss a girl on a date by arousing her] If your date doesn’t reciprocate your request to kiss, don’t feel let down by it.
As long as your date’s cheerful and happy, it’s all good.
If your date mentioned something about their work or personal life on the first date, bring it up and ask about it. But don’t ask too many personal questions or talk about your life’s intimate details just yet.
It reveals an interest in your date, and brings both of you closer. You’ve only spent a few hours with each other and you need to learn to take things slow and easy. You avoided this conversation in the first date, but a second date should be no different either.
This is not really necessary, but it’s definitely a nice way to let your date know that you’ve been thinking of them. Talk about the first date and all the feelings you associate with it including the mistakes, happy moments and everything else.
If you’re going to miss your date after saying goodbye, say “I’ll miss you”.
If you’re the girl, you could skip this step and wait for the guy you’re dating to buy something nice and memorable for you. A second date helps you get to know someone a lot better.
If you have any doubts or questions from the first date that need any clarifying, ask away. You may have kissed your date goodnight at the end of the first date.
But that’s no excuse to behave like you’re entitled to kiss your date whenever you want.
Don’t ever behave like both of you are dating each other already.
End the date by telling your date exactly how you feel, especially if you really like your date already.