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A Modern Manners Guy Facebook friend, Jeremy, recently met Melissa for the first time after his brother set them up. He's good-looking, smart, has a great job, owns his own house, has a clean record, and even fought for our country.
instead of ordering two separate meals I’ve found it best to share three or so appetizer/tapas items off the menu.
Sharing food off the same plate increases the intimacy of the date and connects the two of you – just make sure to use your manners!
But all that does not mean that Jeremy should simply to float through the date.
Even though his brother spoke highly of him to Melissa (and about Melissa to him), there will always be a level of skepticism from both parties at a blind date. That's why we have to monitor our actions closely to make a great first impression. This is the time to bring out what I call the Interview You. The Interview You changes your whole demeanor; you sit up straighter, you don’t drink as much, you don't stuff your face with rigatoni, and you watch your speech, ditching the sailor mouth.