Funny dating tips for women
The feedback I received this Monday is no exception.
I see two emails sitting in my inbox from a couple who met on Sunday night.
Men don’t think in this way and won’t be agonising over what messages to send and when.
Women need to remember that a man’s text is not a good indicator of how he is feeling and men need consider women’s penchant for overanalysis when contacting them.
Women will worry about whether a drinks date actually means drinks, or will it progress to food? Women will expect men to suggest a second date straight after the first date if the evening has gone well.
If this hasn’t been arranged or suggested quickly, women will worry that the guy didn’t actually like them and will get disheartened.
Despite men wanting a headstrong woman, there is a difference between confidence and eagerness.
Needless to say, that is all he is going to get and I do not want to see him again!
Women do actually share a similar thought process on keenness.
If a man is confessing his undying love by date two, he no longer comes across as manly and is much less desirable.
"The man’s feedback: "It was a very enjoyable evening, I think we got on well, and I hope to see her again soon."Men are renowned for being lazy in certain elements of their lives, one of them being the way they date.
Convenience is key for men – they might make the effort to begin with but once a routine is established, they’ll want a partner near to them who is only a short journey away.Although it might seem outdated in the modern world, to stop any confusion, I suggest men pick up the phone and have a conversation instead – women will appreciate the extra effort and men get to avoid texting back and forth. To help women out, men should take some of the stress out of the situation by choosing the wine, instigating whether to have food early on and offering to pay the bill (at least on the first date).