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Remay19ParticipantJuly 18, 2018 at 1:25 am #179652
When I use online dating apps (such as Tinder) I’m usually pretty good at opening lines that can make the girl laugh, the problem I have is what do I say after that?
Example on a Girl named Elly:
Me: “What’s your favorite animal?”
Me: “Really not Elly-phants?”
Her: “Omfg lol” followed by laughing emojis
What do I say after that? Or should I just try a different approach?
dashingscorpioParticipantJuly 18, 2018 at 4:35 pm #179762
Since you’re on tender simply ask if she might wants to meet you for a drink or lunch.
When you have a genuine interest in people asking questions comes naturally because you want to get to know them.
First date questions should be lighthearted such as “Who is your favorite….?” “What’s your favorite food? place to travel? band? movie?
If you had only one weekend to live what would you do with your time? Is there someplace you’ve always wanted to visit?
If there is a mutual physical attraction and chemistry between you the laughter and good-times are likely to continue.
Once the drink or meal is over take her by the hand and go for a walk and if the moment seems appropriate lean in for a good-bye kiss.
The one thing you don’t want to do is leave it up in the air as to what your intentions are.
It’s easier for an ex-lover to become a “best friend” than it is for a “best friend” to become someone’s lover.
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