Not so serious dating

30-Aug-2015 10:04 by 5 Comments

Not so serious dating

Keep the dinner and the activity simple, and avoid any fanciness. This allows you to set the tone of the date, and stops him from showing up in a tux with a bunch of roses (which wouldn’t be great if you’re wearing jeans). Similarly, you should set the tone of the gift-giving.

We’re not so dumb that we don’t know what’s going on, and you’ll seem like you don’t want to be with us.Just ask to be taken home at a logical point in the date, and no intelligent guy should question you.Above all, you’ve just got to remember that most guys will pick up signals if you give us enough of them.If you’re with a guy who’s taking Valentine’s Day more seriously than you are, just stay relaxed and keep implying that you’re simply on a date, not a pre-engagement.Day is the holiday of love (or crass commercialism, depending on whom you talk to).However, things can get a little bit awkward when Feb.

14 rolls around and you’ve been dating someone very casually.

There’s a lot of pressure on V-Day to bring a relationship to the next level, but sometimes you’re just not ready for that. However, you might not have access to a boat and enough dynamite to get the job done correctly. Chances are good that the guy’s actually on the same page as you.

In these rare situations, you’ve got to do what you can to tone down the date itself, in order to avoid any awkwardness. If you just started dating, he’s probably seeing Valentine’s Day as just another date, maybe a little bit more special.

However, some guys will misread signals and try to set up an all-out Valentine’s Day date, which could lead to some problems.

To avoid this, you’ve got to take control of the date.

Suggest a few days in advance where you’d like to go.