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n37xParticipantDecember 24, 2013 at 3:40 am #45276
I’m up in the air about this. How do you ladies and gents feel about inviting her over and cooking her dinner as a first date? I’m in college, have a dorm to myself, and don’t have a car. In the year+ I’ve been single and casually dating, I’ve pretty much made my date having a car a prerequisite. This girl that recently caught my eye, doesn’t.
I can see the cons if you’re in the real world, meet a girl, and want to bring her back to your place for a first date (kinda serial killerish), but I don’t really think this applies since its a tiny campus, most people on campus know me and I have a flawless reputation. And besides, we had a semesters worth of class together, and are at least on a first name, smile and say hi basis for the last few weeks. I don’t know, considering the circumstances, I don’t think it’s weird. Thoughts?
emilyover40ParticipantDecember 26, 2013 at 8:34 pm #45361
Personally, I think it’s a little too much, too soon. Maybe you should try striking up a conversation with her – something more than just “hi”. I can’t imagine someone I see on the elevator every day asking if I want to come over to his place for dinner. To me, it would seem a little creepy.
Ashx88ParticipantDecember 27, 2013 at 11:50 am #45389
Sounds like Hannibal 😉
Better take her out to a restaurant to start with, or get to know her better.
Then invite her for dinner.
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