The downside is that the women you meet through this app usually seem to be serial daters.
I used to be a fan of “fun-dates” for years: comedy shows, hiking, beach, rock climbing, etc. It doesn’t really have any undertones to it: friends meet for lunch, and at this point you’re really just meeting up and making friends to see how the two of you click. If it goes well, you can always do something else after.
You don’t want the first meet-up to seem so casual that it’s artificial; you want to reward her for the efforts she has invested in you up until this point.
Often I’ll use that one line alone and it usually opens them up for a fun conversation. ” OR, you can simply say “Wow you look like a troublemaker, are you friendly?
” OR “You look like a brat/handful/whatever” and then “Are you friendly?
You open up the window to having a real, genuine conversation and inviting her to share what is unique and interesting about her.
You also assess whether she’s someone that you TRULY want to talk with and possibly get to know based on something other than her LOOKS and the fact that she’s a woman.
I think you’re going to fall in love with me and kidnap me.”The key to getting a successful meetup from an online interaction is to make her jump through “hoops.” These shouldn’t be too serious, they are just fun and light.
You want to advance the interaction, but make it seem as though she is the one chasing you.
You might also be interested in the “honey trick” taught by dating coach Jason Capital. A dinner is a bit too formal for a first meet-up, and adds too much unnecessary pressure.