Now if things go well initially you may want to have a back-up plan for how you can continue the date.
Find a fun activity in town (mini golf, bowling, live music) and see if she’s interested in going right then and there.
To help you make that date a success (so you’re likely to get a second one), here are some tips to follow for having a great first online date.
Keep it simple If you’re planning a first date with a girl you met online there’s no need for a major time or financial commitment.
”As the first date comes to a close, it’s natural to want to know how we did. If there were a statistic for how many of those 70% got a second date, it would probably be less than half.
If there were statistics for how many girls were late to a first date, it would probably be 70% of them.
Keeping it fun and light early on will allow you both to feel more comfortable.
And that will make it easier for the two of you to connect as the date progresses. But merely spitting out facts makes for boring conversation.
Plus, mixing in an activity means you’re more likely to have fun together and avoid awkward tension.
Questions like these go deeper into who she is as a person and will get her to open up on a deeper, more emotional level.
And sharing that emotion is going to get both of you feeling a strong connection to one another.
So show up smiling, and walk with strong, confident body language as you roll up to meet her.
When you greet her start the conversation off with some light, content-free banter (compliments or playful teasing could work great here).