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Friday, April 23, 2010

(Answers to) Questions for Women: Dating

How should a perfect (good) date play out? 
When the date is over, you actually want to see this person again
What topics of discussion are most important to you on a first date
Anything that helps shed light on whether or not he is a Ted Bundy type of person.
Many men consider paying for things-- dates, gifts and such-- in exchange for a woman's affections as glorified prostitution, especially in these times. Your thoughts? 
You get what you give.
How soon after a date should a man call you? 
The next day. It doesn't have to be the Gettysburg Address, but a brief convo lets you know that you at least crossed his mind.
How do you feel about "going Dutch" on dates? 
I have no problem with that at all. Women pride themselves on being independant, so why should a man pay for everything to spend time
Do you-- or would you-- date online? Why or why not? 
Tried it, never again! Everyone online portrays themselves as "real" and "no games", trust me they anything but that.
Would you ever ask a man out on a date? Under what circumstances?
Why not, all he can do is say no. To see if he is worth more that just sex.
If the date obviously went well, should he attempt to kiss you at the end? 
Sure, if it went well, we would probably both want that. Doesn't mean sex, just a kiss.
What are your dating pet peeves (first and subsequent dates)? 
Cell phone usage! Yeah you recieve a text, reply, no problem. But don't spend that much time having a convo with someone else through texting when you asked to spend an hour or two with me.

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