Everyone loves to laugh, and talking about the things that make you both fall into a fit—cheesy pickup lines, dad jokes, a particular You Tube flick—gets the conversation flowing... Lots of laughter on a first date is a great sign, Jones says.
So here is some of the best and most questionable dating advice from some of the most loved and hated fictional characters: Hermione was the only member of the Golden Trio who knew what was up when it came to dating.She was flirting with internationally famous wizard athletes at age fourteen. ” Katniss isn't here for any of this cutesy love triangle nonsense. I mean, I guess you can extend this to a metaphor about being truthful and not hiding your past from your partner...She waited until Ron was a mature young man who cared about social justice before making out with him. Sure, she's got two hunky guys trailing around after her, but, as Katniss says, "I can survive just fine without either of them." She likes Gale and Peeta well enough, but she's not interested in being an object that they can fight over. but also do not lock your wife in an attic, even if you don't want to be married to her anymore.And she always gave solid dating advice, like when she explained to Harry how to talk to Cho: "You should have said it was really annoying, but I'd made you promise to come along to the Three Broomsticks, and you really didn't want to go, you'd much rather spend the whole day with her, but unfortunately you thought you really ought to meet me and would she please, please come along with you, and hopefully you'd be able to get away more quickly? Edward would advise you to sneak into your crush's bedroom in the middle of the night and watch them sleep without their consent, although most federal laws would probably advise that particular expression of love. Katniss's advice to all the other young revolutionaries out there would surely be: crush fascism first, worry about boys second. You should also make it clear to your future wife that she is your equal (even though you're keeping your previous wife in the attic): Hamlet's answer to everything is "monologue about it" or "fake being insane" or "put on a play in order to make my uncle uncomfortable." Where his girlfriend Ophelia is concerned, though, his advice is "get thee to a nunnery," which I'm going to interpret as, "whatever you do, don't date Hamlet or any other guy in his early thirties who is this obsessed with his mom." You can do better, Ophelia.And it might have been a good idea to mention how ugly you think I am too."Oh, Edward. His patented move is to tell women "you are my life now," so they are flattered rather than horrified when he proceeds to control every aspect of their lives out of "love." "You said I killed you — haunt me then. I believe — I know that ghosts have wandered the earth. Only do not leave me in this abyss, where I cannot find you! Don't just stand around awkwardly at parties feeling richer than everyone else.