Is your date location somewhere you think your girl (or ANY girl) would want to go to, and is it even appropriate for a date, at all?Good examples of places that are suitable for first dates are: Much like ‘Isolation’ being able to extract from a particular location is really important.
For example: If we want to make sure that place will be able to accommodate us when we do arrive, we need to make the reservations.
If you want to make sure you don’t spend an hour getting lost, either have GPS or printed directions. Accept 100% of the responsibility so that if she offers to do something (foot the bill, get the drinks, order the deserts), it will not only be a weight off our shoulders, it will be a pleasant surprise.
Whether it be a museum with interesting exhibits or an amusement park with a lot of things to see and do, make sure you’re in a dynamic environment that can stimulate her senses and take a little of the load off your back.
Adrenaline is also a great addition to a date, so be sure to choose at least one location that gets her blood flowing, like bumper cars or rock climbing.
If you ask them to describe best date they’ve ever been on, you‘ll get even more; Some will say a guy took them rock climbing or some preferred a quiet date at the movies.
I went out with a girl that said I took her on the best date of her life, and all we did was drink 2 Diet Cokes at the bar across the street and then make out on her couch for an hour before hopping in bed. I can’t design the perfect date for you (I mean, I can, but I‘m not going to), but I can help you craft your own awesome date that she’ll never forget by teaching you the three rules of first dates. First Date Rule #1 is all mental, and you have to accept it if you’re ever going to have a successful first date.
Don’t go to the places you go with your buddies when you need a cheap drink, make the effort to choose a place that is aesthetically pleasing and will help you create the story of a romantic first date.
Maybe it’s uber-romantic and has got soft jazz and candle light (good for strong connections), or maybe it’s less traditional and there’s rock on the juke box and kitschy, vintage colored lights (good for injecting some indie fun into a date).
Now, don’t get me wrong; this is not old-fashioned chauvinism.
This is the only way to ensure everything happens the way we want it to.