Dating advice get second date
A study from Harvard University has found the secret to securing a second date. The Independent reports that the straight men who took part said they wanted to see half of the women again.But the straight women only wanted to go on a second date with a third of the men.Most people asked around 10 questions, but those who delved deeper with follow-ups and who asked 15 or more, were more likely to secure a second date. The findings were published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and researchers said the reason many people don't ask a ton of questions is because they're worried about coming across as nosy or rude. The moral of the story is: don't be scared to ask your date about themselves, that is literally the point of a date... If you spend the whole time harping on about yourself, chances are your date will never want to see you again because you just don't seem that arsed. So why didn’t you get a second date when you thought that the first date went relatively well, maybe even very well? Even though it sounds like a nice way to hide the real, sinister, reason, it’s usually the plain simple truth. The fact that this other person who you spent a pleasant evening with doesn’t want to spend another with you usually has absolutely nothing to do with you.
It could be anything, and at the end of the day, it just doesn’t matter because, “it’s not you, it’s them”. Here are some possibilities: You came to the date in sweatpants and a tee shirt.
So, around the end of the night after one of the last games had been finished I approached her and asked.
I'm not sure whether she had expected it but she was really nice about it even though she did not want to meet personally, she even apologised and encouraged me to continue what I was doing.
After having talked to her a bit I decided that I was going to ask her.
This was with the intention that I even if she rejected me I would at least have tried.