The first date gets a lot of attention, doesn't it?A slew of blog posts and articles devoted to date #1 pop up on the internet nearly everyday.
The second date can be considered a second chance to make a second impression, only this time, both of you can loosen up a little.
The second date can be more about fun and getting to know each other a little more intimately.
I appreciate you writing to me, Michael, but I’ve gotta tell you: guys like you really make my life more difficult.
Men do what they want, and if he’s not asking you out, it’s because he doesn’t want to. Now that I got that out of my system, I can tell you, with all sincerity, Michael, that this still seems like a promising venture.
And for any guy reading this who also wonders the same thing as Michael, here’s a rule you can take to the bank: If she had a great time with you on Friday night, you CANNOT go wrong by calling her on Saturday afternoon to ask her out again. Either way, her decision was made on Friday night, not when you made the phone call. Otherwise, I fear I’m going to get another email in eight weeks wondering if she’s “receptive to affection”… A woman will let you know with her body language, if she’s genuinely interested in going out again, or if she’s just being nice.
You get your answer on the spot and don’t have to stress about it for days or weeks after the date.
Bring out your partner's "child within" by treating her to a trip to an amusement park complete with cotton candy and cozy rides on the Ferris wheel.
Or invite her for an old fashioned picnic in your own back yard.
You can never go wrong by keeping it simple and just going to a dinner or a movie.