You're so fab, he tries to lock you down for date number two before your first date ends.If you're not feeling it, be clear but kind: "It's been great meeting you, but I'm not feeling it on a romantic level." It's hard, but it works.But as a woman, if a man doesn’t think enough of me to pick up the phone and speak with me then I’m not interested…and I hope to empower all women to feel that way.
It is unbelievable to me that anyone would attempt to communicate relationship altering information via a text.Clients have told me they have said I love you for the first time, agreed to be exclusive, held entire arguments and even broken up without speaking a single word to each other.Referred to your fur hat-loving friend Molly as "the girl with the dead dog on her head? But I'd love to hear about what football team you root for!" Wait until you get to know him better before getting into a heated debate.This can be a dealbreaker, but a first date isn't the time to tell someone they have terrible table manners.
Either don't go out with him again, or if he's otherwise amazing, wait a few dates and be like, "I don't know if you're aware, but you're chewing with your mouth open."Don't brush it offor else he'll keep doing it. Don't laughand change the subject right away. It's okay to say, "I think we're not in the same camp on this one, buddy.