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Since I wanted to stick to my work schedule, I declined, but he followed up with a sweet text saying we should do it some other time soon.(All of which is A LOT more than I can say for .)# # #The one other social thing I did this weekend: I met up with Dating Coach Extraordinaire John Keegan, who was recently profiled in the New York Times.
I loved the little piece about him, in which he talked about how the most successful flirts are the most playful, innocent ones. ) Between the cute things he said and the appealingly approachable way he came across in the pictures--with a sheepish smile and a slouchy aw-shucks carriage, wearing flat Chuck-Taylor-like sneakers, skinny jeans, and an adorable plaid cap*--I though: .
I braced myself for some kind of disappointment--for him to have about 75% less hair in real life, or 75 more pounds, or to conveniently have only 75 cents on him so he could stick me with the check.
In this clip, we're going to talk about how to chose a restaurant for a date. And there's no reason to go somewhere super fancy for a first date. You don't want a woman to feel like you're asking her to marry you on a date. I did take a break for a tea date with a guy who contacted me via the Internet personals.Between his adorable pictures--including one of him in a cap and sweater vest on his family's farm that made him look like he just stepped out of "Quintessentially Irish" catalogue--and his love for books, not to mention his good job, he seemed a little too good to be true. On first dates, you cannot go somewhere too expensive. You're not sure, how much you want to spend on them. This can be fancier but it shouldn't be too inclusive. On a first date, you don't want a restaurant that's too loud.