“As the Germans say, all good things have an end. Except for hot dogs. They have two good ends.”—Fate and Transport class. All streams and rivers have an end as well - at least we say they do to make modeling them easier.
Bottom line: Dudes, pay for the first and second date - and text or call to make both. Females, sit back, be the girl - look cute … and pray for butterflies when you kiss.
Jen is usually my girl but I just do not agree with this at all. Or, even if it’s true, I won’t adhere to it. This is why I’m single?
I mean, yeah, if a guy isn’t calling, I’m assuming he’s not into me and, ok, on to the next one (although it could be argued that’s just a partial reluctant acceptance of this bullshit system), but sit there and be the girl? really?
Anybody want to weigh in?
I want to pick on the butterflies thing. It was pointed out to me that the butterflies in your stomach that some people experience with a first kiss isn’t love, romance, chemistry, or whatever - it’s anxiety. Anxiety that stems from nervousness or other feelings of uncertainty. They don’t necessarily signal a good thing. They signal that you are nervous because it’s your first time kissing someone. Some people think it’s a bad thing when they go away as though to signal the romance or excitement is gone. No. You’re just not anxious anymore when you kiss the same person again. I’m surprised her dating coach hasn’t explained that yet.