We discuss the pros and cons of each situation to help you to make up your mind.
Pros: If you’re really keen on your date and they seem keen on you too, you might wish to ‘strike while the iron is hot’ and drop the idea of meeting up into conversation.
The first date is all about getting to know each other. When you meet each other for a second date, both of you know each other already. How to have a good second date You may have spent a few hours with each other during the first date.
But yet, you don’t know about each other’s interests or real lives. But in a second date, you need to build the chemistry slowly and at the same time, test your compatibility too.
[Read: What to do on a date to have a perfect date] #2 Go together.
This allows you to keep things light, but allow for both parties to redirect any anxiety towards what's in front of them.
you’ve arranged a first date with someone you’ve met online and it’s all going rather well, so well in fact that you would like to meet up again.
How long should you wait before asking about arranging a second date?
Is there something you can do to smooth the path to ‘date deux’? Although, I don’t really know much.) Pay your way You want to be treated like a prince or princess? Sort out your attitude to sex Some facts: not everybody thinks having sex (or going back to theirs for a fumble and/or nakedness) is anathema to getting a second date; having sex on a first date doesn’t mean they will see you again, either.
But getting a first date and going on a first date are nowhere near as big a deal as the ultimate prize, the holy grail of dating, the BIG ONE: securing date number 2. They say sequels can never live up to their predecessor (mine certainly don’t), but lots of debuts fail to get a second chance to try. (I use throughout, but I suppose it works both ways, but I kiss boys not girls, and they do say “write what you know”. Put your hand in your pocket if you want his fingers to dial your number.