Do you think you need to impress a woman when dating?
I have heard guys say they think having a girlfriend is expensive. Do you think you need to impress a woman you are dating? What is your favorite, not expensive, thing to do on a first date?
I think not. In my experience, the more one tries to impress, the more one appears like a clown and achieves just the opposite effect. I'm but a Buffoon though
As favorites go, I don't have any, thinking back to my first dates, I'd say we both picked the event or venue consensually, something we both would like. Like I said... very unimpressive, but rather genuine.
Depends on the type of person. If it's a superficial person, yes, impressing is top priority however if it's a normal person, then being polite and kind is good.
Can't answer for a guy, but as a woman I love picnics in a beautiful park, especially when the guy makes it special by bringing a tablecloth, simple centerpiece and all the food. My husband still surprises me like that sometimes and I enjoy it just as much as when we were dating.
When I was about 16 - 17, yes, there was this sort of idea that I had to be in charge, and pay for everything and control, but then I became 18 and realised that girls were just as scared as I was and everything became more relaxed.
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