and complained about how many people waste money at theatres....sheeeessshhh. to me its all pretty basic but I am never surprised by the guys who will show up for a date unshaved and dirty shirt and then will flirt with the waitress or keep their eyes below my neck line. One guy actually refused to buy me popcorn and complained how fattening the popcorn was and how eat only eats " healthy" and how it cost too much ..
Dating turn ons
something he/she may say,the way they look lets hear it.maybe as small as holding the door,telling a joke,a smile,a touch.would like to see what works for some and why??? Nothing says confidence like a feminine sexy woman who knows how to dress the part. and guys, if a lady invites you in for a cup of coffee after the date dont assume that means you'll be spending the night or getting into her pants the first night. I am talking in this thread of 9 years worth of first dates and some of the turn ons and turn offs. I like to think parts of me are old fashioned but being that in today's society can be a doubled edged sword at times. When you find your next gentleman make sure you help him balance and good luck finding him - he is there.
There could be so many answers to this, because we all react to different turn-ons. A dress(especially the "peasant" variety..get my attention every time)!!! If she's into that great but not everyone is, at least approach it with a bit of class. I am basically looking for a gentleman and its seems old fashion is completely ''out of fashion " Thanks for the advice.
Dating after divorce can feel like you’re in unfamiliar territory.
It’s hard to recall what’s going on in the minds of the men you are now going on dates with.
We all find ourselves attracted to something a little different.