Christmas is the most awaited time of the year. Whether you are single, married, or in a relationship; it’s the best season to show your love or appreciation. A good time to reconcile, forgive, rectify, and resolve issues between relatives, friends, and even workmates. Moreover, the holiday is the perfect moment to surprise your date. Isn’t it?
Planning a date this season takes courage and conviction to pull it through. Aside from the holiday rush, prepping yourself takes so much time. Of course, you don’t want to look as if Santa didn’t even knock your door right? Then here comes the venue! Where will you take your date? How can you make it memorable and special? Can you afford an extravagant date? Would you go for a dinner or a movie? Oops! You’re in trouble! You need help badly from the experts.
It wouldn’t hurt your pride if someone comes in and tell you what to do before making an impression on your date this season. Consider it as a friendly advice! Here are 10 best tips from our dating experts before going out of your abode:
- Set a date! It’s the first thing to do. Ask your date’s availability then plan it ahead.
- Always make a reservation! It’s the protocol! Make sure to call first if you plan to go to a restaurant or even a movie house.
- Makeover. When everything is set, damn man, don’t just sit back and wait for the date. Get out and have yourself pampered. Get a facial, a haircut, or anything that would make you look and feel good!
- Prepare a surprise! It’s always a good thing to give something to your date. Either a flower, a gift, or any token that would symbolize your appreciation.
- Fetch and drop! They say first impression last. So better believe it though! It would be awesome to fetch and drop your date right in front of their house.
- Be a gentleman. Guess what? Attitude matters! Always be the man you are. Trust me, the girls love someone who will open the car door for them.
- Start a conversation politely. Admit or not, girls are talkative by nature while boys are active listeners. Always start a good conversation where both of you can relate.
- Focus on your date. Don’t get distracted by your phone, the people around, or anything that would catch your attention.
- It’s always your call. It’s impolite if you ask the bill from your date.
- Enjoy! Just be yourself and enjoy the moment.