There are many things that should go without saying with respect to dating etiquette, in general. What do I mean? Well there are some very common things that one should avoid when on a date, or even setting up a date. Common things that, people with common sense would know are wrong… What do I mean? I’m getting to it, sheesh! Common sense isn’t all that common these days and certainly no place is more void of common sense than the arena of dating. I’m talking about both the guys and girls here, everyone.the best videos offers excellent info on this.
So with that very vague opening paragraph let’s move on to some specifics, which should be common sense. However, if you scratch your head at some of these wondering why they’re bad then please slap yourself and save me some gas.
Using an Old Picture.
Okay. I was on a date off of Craigslist, this was the straw that broke the camel’s back and I never dated anyone off that site agai.. Everything seemed to be going well on the conversation and personality front so I proceeded to ask for her pictures. Anyway, my date sent me an old picture of herself assuring me that’s how she looked. She did not tell me it was an older pic. My ad, that I posted, did specifically ask for a recent picture, mind you. So when I got the picture I thought she looked nice and I was ready to meet this person… in person.
When we finally did meet I found a woman that looked like the gritty-road-hardened older sister of the person in the picture I received… This was not the case, however. No. It was my date! Dead front tooth and all. She was a lot bigger than her picture depicted and, frankly, the dead tooth was killing me. I couldn’t look past it when she spoke.
It should go without saying that there was no magic that was going to happen with this “lady.” I felt, firstly, that I wasn’t attracted to her primarily and, secondary, I felt that I couldn’t trust her either; as though she might make off with one of my kidneys… And I think she almost did. True story; she invited me back to your motel, where she was living, instructed me to lay on her bed where she turned on a massage bad. My butt received a hell of a good shock from that experience. Needless to say, I didn’t stick around much longer.
Be honest and truthful about yourself and your appearances; save you and your would-be date some serious time.
Dragon Halitosis Breath.
This one is kinda bad; chronic bad breath. I know. Typically women discuss how they dated a guy whose breath, at best, could be described as a sulfurous spring. I’m no doctor, but halitosis or chronic bad breath tells me that you should seek professional help for your malady and not afflict said malady on guys you meet.
I dated a girl many years ago who was known in our circle as having ‘Baker Breath.’ It started innocently enough with us. We went to a movie and made out. Simple yes? Not quite. The first kiss was comparable to eating a chicken and basketball rubber glue sandwich. I felt like all the breath was sucked out of me; even punched in the stomach and losing your breath is more accurate. The smell of rubber glue is still vivid to this day, folks.
It didn’t get better on our subsequent dates, either. Kissing was always a tenuous chore. One that required great temperament to complete. No to halitosis!
Now there was another girl I dated who didn’t have halitosis, but we just had one awful make out session and it was enough to ruin her for me for good. This girl was, in my opinion, very, very beautiful… As it turns out an In-n-Out double grilled cheese sandwich is a bad thing to eat ahead of making out with someone, especially if there is no brushing and flossing or drinking of water immediately after. This was the one time I had a gag reflex while kissing a girl. I mean, this was bad. Imagine that you are making out with a salty stick of butter; a warm stick of salty butter to be more accurate. So I can only recommend that if you’re going to kiss your date please I’d advise some level of dental maintenance after. This could simply be drinking water but could include brushing, flossing or rinsing with lava pumice.