Question Posted Thursday February 24 2005, 9:37 pm
I am a 14 year old male.
i have asked this girl (anne, 14)on a date.
I have decided to take her to the local fair this Friday?
but i have never been on a date before.
I don't know where to begin!
I need a good ice breaker that will keep us talking the whole time.
I appreciate all advice.
All help is good.
also: should I end the date with a kiss?
I don't relly know how. i have never been kissed.
I'm sure that if Anne doesn't know you all that well, she won't be suprised if you come across nervous or there is a moment of akward silence. Being a girl, I know the one thing I like is to be complimented. If you run out of things to talk about, Compliment Compliment Compliment! Whether its the shirt she's wearing, her grades, whatever! Just be a gentlemen. I hate guys that come across ignorant or cocky. Don't talk about yourself too much- talk about her! that's a sure fire way to get a convo going. Oh yea, don't worry about kissing her. I mean hey, if you want go ahead. I think I like to get to know the person better. Just don't sweat it! Kissing is like an art, there are no rules or boundries. WOW! I sound like a philosopher-lol. Hope I could Help- oh and don't forget to rate! Tell me how it goes!
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toastnbutter answered Friday February 25 2005, 2:27 pm: yea u should end it wit a kiss if you really like her. it doesn't matter how you do it just as long as YOU DO IT. dont worry bout a lot of people havn't been on dates b 4.2 keep da conservation goin talk bout your friends and her friends or ask her questions. [ toastnbutter's advice column | Ask toastnbutter A Question ]
BooDog answered Friday February 25 2005, 12:00 am: Let me throw out a few things here.
1. There's no such thing as a "Magical Icebreaker". And you don't have to be talking the ENTIRE time.
2. The fair is an EXCELLENT first date. Movies are bad, because you never have a chance to talk. Fairs allow you to talk if you wanna talk, play some side games, ride a few rides, etc.
3. Your one requirement is this; do whatever you can to win her a prize. You do NOT have to win her a six-foot teddy bear; the smallest, rinky-dink prize on the midway will do just fine. The idea behind this? She'll appreciate the effort, and everytime she looks at her prize, she'll think of you, smile, and remember how much fun she had.
4. The kiss; Jack from "Will and Grace" said this to a straight guy many years ago; "If you don't kiss a girl on the first date, you're a gentlemen. If you don't kiss her on the second date, you're gay." I still follow this rule myself.
Don't feel pressured into trying to give her a kiss; if the situation doesn't feel right, then don't do it! But on the second date, you gotta plant that kiss, or face just being "friends" forever. [ BooDog's advice column | Ask BooDog A Question ]
mylinhthan answered Thursday February 24 2005, 10:42 pm: anonymous -
Joke around with her, that's always a good icebreaker. It shows that you're easygoing and fun-loving. Keep the conversation going by asking her a questions to get to know her better (favorite food, show, hobbies, etc).
As for the kiss, I really can't say because some girls want to be kissed and some not. When you say goodbye, lean for a hug and maybe a kiss on the cheek. If you feel a vibe the whole date, just a gentle peck on the lips will do too. Remember, the key to a good kiss is to be gentle.
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