Dating ettique

27 Mar

You have nothing to lose, because you're probably not going to date them anyway.

Think of it as a favor to their future first dates. If they do ask, be as honest as you're comfortable with, but be wary of talking smack.

You want to pay attention to whether you're asking questions about them, and noticing if they reciprocate.

While you may not love everything they're saying, you need to be open about it.

You're under no obligation to do something you just don't want to do, date or not.

If your date crosses one of your person boundaries or does anything else to make you realize they might just be the antichrist, don't be afraid to tell them so.

In our opinion, true first date etiquette is all about putting your needs first in a way that has consideration and respect for the person sitting across from you.

Although old-fashioned first date etiquette will tell you to spruce up, be polite, and cross your legs, there’s so much more than that archaic nonsense.

If you met in person or because you were set up, again, then get straight to the point of what you ideally want to get out of all this dating.

Judging is totally normal, but judging to a point where you're not even giving your date some slack or the benefit of the doubt is a shi*ty move.

Your eyes can really let the person know you're interested or, as the case may be, bored as hell.

It's important to stick to your standards, but it's also important to have a open mind.

If your date shows up in an outfit you detest or has some sort of physical thing that you don't find completely attractive, don't immediately throw in the towel.