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So I put a post on here previously giving up hope on girls, and feeling genuinely down about my experiences being used/ led on. Well I’ve been talking to someone for a month and a half now, we’ve arranged a date when we are both back. I feel like we click as people etc, and have similar interests. Just don’t know exactly what to do for the date? Some friends have said don’t do cliche things like cinema etc, and do something out the box. I was thinking Mini Golf and Sprinkles for first one? She’s left it up to me to decide tbh, I also was thinking of asking her to go out with me if it goes well, but maybe too early. Idk comments/thoughts please.
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please don't ask her to marry you after just one date. Don't Ted Mosby her or she'll most likely run away lol
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Definitely pop the question. She sounds like a keeper, especially if she's actively chosen to go out with you.
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Your date idea sounds like a good one. Of course you are kidding about popping the question but do be careful not to come on too strong even if it seems like you have a great connection. Relationships, a general rule, that start off 'fast and furious'/develop quickly tend to fizzle quickly. Slow and steady is the best. Take her to play mini golf and keep the conversation light but complimentary and I would get too physical on the first date. If you've had a nice time at the of the date you can ask her if she like to go out again.... hopefully she says yes. Continue your texting after the date and let her know how much you enjoyed your time together. Then take her out. But I really mean it is best to go slooooow and allow the the 'sexual chemistry' build. It will pay off in the long run.
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(Original post by pinesandapples2001)
please don't ask her to marry you after just one date. Don't Ted Mosby her or she'll most likely run away lol
Lol man obviously not going to ask her that hahaha
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Definitely pop the question. She sounds like a keeper, especially if she's actively chosen to go out with you.
Yeah, I kinda have a good feeling, it was her anyway who suggested to meet up and do something in the first place. I suppose the only thing putting me off is being too eager, and not letting more chemistry build.
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Your date idea sounds like a good one. Of course you are kidding about popping the question but do be careful not to come on too strong even if it seems like you have a great connection. Relationships, a general rule, that start off 'fast and furious'/develop quickly tend to fizzle quickly. Slow and steady is the best. Take her to play mini golf and keep the conversation light but complimentary and I would get too physical on the first date. If you've had a nice time at the of the date you can ask her if she like to go out again.... hopefully she says yes. Continue your texting after the date and let her know how much you enjoyed your time together. Then take her out. But I really mean it is best to go slooooow and allow the the 'sexual chemistry' build. It will pay off in the long run.
With the question I meant, going out with me in a relationship, I suppose it’s better to take things slow rather than the rush approach tbh. Thanks for this.
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To save the confusion I meant asking her to be in a relationship with me, not marriage lol even though popping the question means that.
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(Original post by RandomTennisfan)
So I put a post on here previously giving up hope on girls, and feeling genuinely down about my experiences being used/ led on. Well I’ve been talking to someone for a month and a half now, we’ve arranged a date when we are both back. I feel like we click as people etc, and have similar interests. Just don’t know exactly what to do for the date? Some friends have said don’t do cliche things like cinema etc, and do something out the box. I was thinking Mini Golf and Sprinkles for first one? She’s left it up to me to decide tbh, I also was thinking of popping the question if it goes well, but maybe too early. Idk comments/thoughts please.
Don't do dates that are non very interactive like going to the cinema. Do active dates where you can talk more and interact with your date. If it goes well just ask her if she would be happy to go on another one! If things continue to go well for a few months then you can then pop the question. Dont do it too early. Both of you dont need that early pressure!
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