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Lunch dates vs dinner dates (love, kiss, beautiful, feeling)
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I prefer dinner dates with a man that I really like.I get thrown when a guy asks to go to lunch. It seems so....friendsy.
Definitely dinner date! I"ve made the mistake of going on lunch dates before and realized it"s a bad idea. You want your date to think of you before she sleeps. You want her to think about the wonderful date she just had. If you go on a lunch date, there"s a chance she will do something else at night and forgot all about the good time she had with you. Nothing is better than a women waking up and realizing what a fun time she had last night. Not last midday.
Oh no, not lunch. It"s the middle of the day, it"s not romantic, and frankly, it kind of sounds like you"re cheaping out. The only way I"d *maybe* approve lunch is if you worked together. If you think it"ll be too much of a hassle for HER to do dinner, you could give her the option if she seems to be having a problem logistically with dinner.
lunch date = friend zoneIf you want to bang her, don"t take her out to dinner. Hang out with her somewhere, once you"ve banged her then you can decide if you want to "invest" in something like dinner. She might not be that interesting or worth it to begin with.
You always respond in this manner. For the people in your life, I hope that you are very different than how you present yourself to this forum.
Okay so I"m asking out this girl on a date when she gets back in town. I"m debating on whether to ask her out to lunch or dinner. Lunch might be easier since I know she"s gonna be interning in DC and I"m in DC for most of winter break, whereas dinner would be tougher since she"d be back on campus. And I don"t have a car which makes the logistics trickier
My friend and I were talking about this and he thinks I ought to go with the dinner date because it definitely conveys the "I"m interested in you romantically" message while a lunch date can be misconstrued to mean "you seem like a potentially good friend, let"s get some food." If that makes any sense to y"all.Thoughts?
Personally, I think drinks and dinner is better. Just don"t do it at some over-the-top Chez Riche place. That makes it look as if you"re trying too hard. Instead, take her to some cool hole in the wall with panache, the kind of place that"s more comfortable--.
sounds perfect. somewhere with lots of other laid back people. I even think a sports bar/grill is not too bad for a first date. Less silence, more laid back space to talk. Not too formal.

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Speaking as a female, if I really like a guy, I don"t care if it"s lunch or dinner. If I really like him, I"m just happy to be there. If I *had* to pick, I would say to go with the weekend lunch idea. If lunch goes well, you can spend the rest of the day together and *really* get to know each other. If you have a dinner instead, there"s only so much hanging out you can get in before it starts to reach the "booty call" hour (late night) and then there"s sometime this weird pressure to hookup. If you"re looking to get to know her, and not just hookup, I would say the weekend lunch date is a much better gambling Also if you have a dinner date and it goes into late night, you might be giving too much away too early in terms of your feelings. Like, if you both just can"t say goodbye, it shows you"re really into each other, which is good, but it can make things get way too heavy way too fast, if you aren"t careful.
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