A Game Of Black Dating

So you’ve finally snagged the much-coveted date. After filling out your profile and searching for your perfect Black date, here comes the culmination of all the hard work you’ve thus far put in….the date.
The first date is always nerve-wracking. Whoever says that first dates are a breeze, well, they are lying. Even if the person you are dating has been a friend for ages, when it comes to the first date, everything becomes different. From the way you dress to dinner plans, you want it all to be perfect.

What will she think? Will she like me? Does she like Indian food? Should I wear the blue shirt or the crinkled striped shirt? Will she fall in love with me? These are probably just a few of the questions that are running through your mind. It’s natural to be filled with much anticipation. After all, you really like the girl and hope that this first date will lead to more future dates.

Here are a few tips for your all-important first black date:

РAll is fair in love and war. While it is a clich̩, there is a lot of truth in it. As in war, the campaign for love requires preparation and a tactical approach. The battle occurs during the date. One false move and it could be all over. Observe your target, plan accordingly, whittle her defences, move in and conquer.

– During the first date, a woman’s defences are unusually high. You can’t blame her really. She doesn’t really know you. Act naturally, as if all your actions are second nature. Do not betray the fact that you are nervous and have no idea what you are doing. The dating game is much like chess. Plan several moves ahead and never hesitate.

– In dating, it is always important to exude a calm, take charge aura. Even if underneath your calm exterior, you are churning nervousness, never show a sign of weakness on your part.

Dating may be nerve-wracking but with the proper preparation, your first date should be successful. While planning is key, the real objective is for the both of you to enjoy your date. Assuming you both have a great time, would it really matter if you wore the blue shirt? As long as you play your cards right, things should go smoothly.

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