When it comes to getting the most bang for your buck, you’ll need to do some serious legwork.
For the blind date you’re trying to set, you want to figure out what makes the most sense to your partner and how to maximize their engagement.
You’re not just looking for a quickie date, though, you’re looking to find a date that makes sense for you.
The key to getting a date you’ll be happy with is your date’s style.
You want a date with a good vibe, someone who makes the date memorable, and someone who is interested in having a fun time together.
We all know people who can’t wait for the sun to rise on the next date, and we’re happy for them, too.
But what makes a date memorable?
Here are a few ways to figure that out: The style of the person: If you’re interested in a date, you can ask yourself how your date is dressed.
You might ask: Do you have a nice outfit that compliments your personality or style?
What do you like about your date?
If you don’t know what your date likes, you might ask them what their favorite color is or what their interests are.
If they say something along the lines of “I love the color blue,” you may want to check that out.
Your partner might be more likely to agree to the date if you ask what their color is and if they’re into colors.
If your partner is into music or other things with a little more flair, you may be able to get them to go with you on a date.
If you ask, “Are you into video games or other games?” your date might be up for it.
If their favorite game is Minecraft, you could probably get them excited to go to the store.
If the person’s favorite game of all time is Call of Duty or the first Pokemon, you probably can’t get them going on a dates.
Your date might want to play video games, too, or they might be into video-games, or something else entirely.
You can find a list of games you’re into here.
What kind of food you’re craving?
Some people will say that they prefer a date without food, but if you’re going for a date and you have the budget for it, it’s better to spend more time with your date than a date where you can’t afford food.
If there’s an item on the table you want, ask what you can do to get that item for you, whether it’s a gift or a snack.
If a date doesn’t like spicy food, you should definitely make sure to ask what they like spicy foods.
If something isn’t spicy enough, you shouldn’t try to change it.
You could also ask if the date wants you to bring something for them.
They might be okay with a date who doesn’t bring anything for themselves, but they might not like a date whose date is willing to share something.
Your favorite food?
A date can be a good source of information about the person you’re dating.
Ask your partner if they like a specific food, and they might say, “Yeah, I love spicy food.”
That could be a sign that your date loves spicy food.
Some people might not be willing to give up something like that, though.
If it’s something you like, you need to ask if you can share it with your partner.
It’s okay if your date wants to share a certain dish, but don’t be surprised if they don’t like it.
Your relationship could be on the line.
Sometimes, your date will just need to know that they’re not the only one on the planet.
You’ll want to make sure you have their best interests at heart when it comes down to the matter of sharing food.
Be prepared for a conversation about what it means to be alone.
If one person is always hungry and wants a date to share some food with them, they might want you to make the decision to make it their own.
This may not be a date’s idea of a date but it might be the one for you if you want one.
Don’t be shy.
If someone wants to make their own date, ask for permission.
Ask if you have to give permission for something.
If an answer doesn’t work, ask if there’s something they can do.
If that doesn’t go your way, try again next time.