DATING ADVICE QUESTION:
I had a great date last night, that went well from the start, this girl barely had any "red flags" it was amazing! This was our first date and we made out a little bit at the end of the date.
I have two questions first should I call the next day since we made out (not sex) and second this girl seems too good to be true. How much time should I wait before setting up another date?
I want to be around her all of the time and I know this is not good! But should I at least make a call today since we did make out last night?
Thanks for all of the amazing advice - this keeps getting better and better!
Ah, yes! Good going!
Give her a call, but try to NOT reach her.
Yes, you heard me. Try to get her voicemail and leave a quick message.
"Hey, it's Carlos. I just wanted to let you know that you were great company last night, and I had a great time." (Note that I did not say, "I hope you did, too!" Barf. Assume she had the time of her life.) Then finish with, "I'll talk to you soon..."
Talk slowly and seductively. Give her no hint of when she'll hear from you again.
You want to give her something to dream about and imbed your memory even deeper in her mind and emotions. It will warm her heart up.
Then, wait another day or so and call her up again (if she hasn't called you by then because she'll be crazy wondering when you two will get together again.)
Tell her you want to meet her at this place and at this time to pick up where the fun left off from the last time.
If you should get her, just tell her the same thing, and tell her you have to run. Ask her when she's available to talk again. Get a time and day. Tell her you'll TRY your best to reach her then. You gotta get going... bye...
Don't make it sound like you're trying to get rid of her, but that someone is waiting on you.
That should work.
Oh, and stop thinking YOU'RE the lucky one here. That's how you lose posture - and lose her, too.
Remind yourself that SHE got lucky by being a good date and fun, and she also lucked out by being compatible and your type.
The more you think of yourself as lucky you'll put her on a pedestal and start to lose your confidence and cool calmness.
Trust me, you DON'T want to be around her all the time. That's your sense of novelty talking.
Have you ever found a dish at a restaurant that you LOVED? Have you ever tried to eat it for every meal, seven straight days in a row?
It all gets old, dude. The key is to keep your head about you and control your thinking.
By the way, no woman is too good to be true. She’s got something you won’t like. Just remember that and keep a healthy mental distance.