Dating tips for finding a date
I ran out of that bar so fast, and two hours later, I received a text from him informing me that he took home the bartender and that she was better in bed than I would have been. I don’t know how many right swipes I received due solely to my awesome dog, but it must’ve been a lot. One heroic bartender even gave me free shots because my date was so effing boring.
I often had my dates meet me at Lucky Dog with my pup in tow. This guy had been messaging me, trying to meet up for about a week.
And if you and the guy aren’t into each other, maybe he’s a match for one of your single friends?
This may sound like an un-fun surprise, but I think that having options around if you two don’t mesh can be kind of great.
My first date, Lars from Amsterdam, was sexy, funny, fun, and smart.
We had a great conversation, proceeded to get quite drunk, and recklessly made out at the bar. No, not usually, unless you’re wearing bright red lipstick.
I’ve met probably half of my guy friends from Tinder.
Maybe we didn’t click romantically, but we certainly had enough there to sustain a fulfilling friendship to this day.
I think how someone reacts to surprising situations can offer a unique glimpse into their psyche. A few times, guys I’d never even met nor matched with approached me in real life. I know you blocked me on the internet, but I thought you were mad attractive. One guy seemed great, and we even shared a smooch at Circle Bar—but it ended up being one of the worst kisses I’ve ever experienced.
I left him and hurried down the street to walk my dog before heading out for Date No.
2, stopping by a nice couple’s table who were dining outside and had paper napkins to spare.
I wiped the lipstick off my face and reapplied, but by the time I showed up to my second date, I was disheveled and a bit drunk.
I ended up leaving that date early, and the guy told me I was an asshole. Your instinct is there for a reason (shout out to your cerebellum)!