Where To Take Her on The First Date
The cute girl you’ve been eyeing all this while has finally agreed to go out with you over the weekend. Are you freaking out over what to do and where to take her to create a good first impression? Don’t worry, help is at hand with the following tips.
Keep her comfortable
Considering it’s not a blind date you’re planning, you will have some idea about her likes and dislikes. So if she’s ever mentioned that she’s not an animal person, taking her to a zoo may not be the greatest of ideas. Go to a place where she can be comfortable enough to talk to you in surroundings that inspire her. A bookstore if she loves books is the perfect place to begin your date.
Make your voice heard
While it is important to keep her preferences in mind, you must also let her know what kinds of places you prefer to hang out at. Ditch the excursion to the game parlour to a musical concert or a stand-up comedy show though. Find something that she will enjoy as much as you. She will appreciate you giving her a glimpse of your world without actually bragging about it.
Mix it up
Do not make the mistake of going to only one place or undertaking just one activity (unless it’s a day long hike). It is necessary to mix up your places and options. Not only will it show enterprise on your behalf, you are also saved the embarrassment of her not liking the place you might have chosen. Mixing it up also means that all activities must be planned around both of your interests. Take her to her place of interest first, plan a movie both of you will enjoy and later go to a restaurant where you can introduce her to your gastronomic adventure. If she doesn’t like it, there’s always something else to order!
Plan for Plan-B
Not everything will go according to plan. You may have planned everything perfectly but there is always the possibility that things will fall apart when you least expect them. That Japanese restaurant with the best sushi (her favourite dish, of course) might be full or the traffic might delay your scheduled movie. Show her that you’re a man of initiative and quick thinking by coming up with a backup plan. Go to a nearby mall where food and movies are virtually guaranteed and even though they might not be of your choice, you’ve at least saved your date from being a disaster.
Plan a surprise
So you’ve played to the gallery so far and stuck to being in the safe zone so as not to freak her out. Congrats. But always remember to keep a surprise element. Whip this out during the final stages of your date. Go to an unplanned place, it could be a park no one knows or
a quaint store where antique items can be found, ensure that your date think of you as a boring and unimaginative person once the date is over. Leave her with a good impression.
With so many tips at hand, we’re hoping your date doesn’t turn out to be an episode from Dare 2 Date. Go forth and begin your planning now!