ladys would you ever go on a first date and wear a low cut dress?
If "we should" then you better plan on taking us somewhere we would be comfortable dressing up in one (and no, "your place" wouldn't be it...)
For the typical first date I would not , but it would mostly depend on whether the dress was appropriate for the date. I wouldn't wear one out to a casual dinner, to a ball game, or a movie, but I might to a cocktail party...
If I recall from my single days, I didn't matter what they wore.. as long as their clothing was easily removable and didn't conceal a male appendage
...there you are...'Go Canucks Go'!....we finally have electricity out west to keep that rink cold!
..ha ha ha....okay 'go leafs go..... home'
just be careful if they lose to Boston or Tampa.. the riots will be ugly
it should be an interesting game tomorrow...i'll have to watch
Go Canucks Go!...this thread came up again and I remembered.....so Boston and Canucks....oooohhhh...should be interesting! I'm torn Disturbia, Boston is one of the original hockey teams...Canucks are newbies...but they are in the west where I live....so gonna have to root for the Canucks...but I still love Boston!...the bruisers!...either way I'll be happy!
yes i have a date tomorrow. i like him and why not give him something to look at? a nice cocktail lounge and a movie.
It may just be me but -
are you and georgetilyou the same person with a bulky bra and foot fetish going on between your split personae ?
The rule is, low-cut top =wear with trousers or long skirt.
Short skirt= no low cut top. One or the other can be classy. Never low cut top and short skirt. Classy is all important.
I didn't know there were any rules like that, but it's not likely I'd follow them anyway. Rules were made to be broken. I wear what I want, and I think everybody else should too.
sure people should wear what they want, but when you go on a first date you've got to think what impression you're putting across. You don't want to give away too much, he might turn out to be a pig. I've done the crazy outfit for a date thing. It suits me, but it might not suit the next person you know.
i'm meeting up with my taxman again today....what should i wear?...he's cute too and i wanna look my best so he doesn't notice some of my receipts......
i'll be sitting down with my pile of paper...he won't notice...unless he drops a receipt!
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