This whole "going out to dinner" ritual is really an amazing concept. and how guys really believe that they need to do it (or similar things) in order to get a woman's attention in a romantic way.
Here's the bottom line: If you want a woman to think of you as a "lover", then BE ONE.
" and I came right back with "if you're gonna be that forward and flirty with me you could've at least done your hair up a little better" and then it was ON!
- I met some friends for happy hour and a very hot chick was sitting at a table holding some guy's hand.
Every other guy in the place was staring at her and she was so hot that I even overheard some of the waitresses trashing her.
The thing is, I had been watching the DVDs that same day and came walking in with a particularly cocky swagger and the wrinkled brow and she stared me down the whole way in.
And now that I've avoided your question for a page or two, let me answer with this: I often take women to do "regular" things with me. My old self would have shut up and zoned out---not this time. It ended at my place and we had an amazing double session.
Hi Dave, I just bought the advanced CD series & it's amazing what a difference they make over the book.
Being able to listen on the way to work, whilst out doing chores, etc. I can feel the confidence building inside me, it's like my own personal coach.
Anyway my question: You suggest that a date should simply be 'tea & stimulating conversation', which for all of the reasons you give makes perfect sense to me.
But once I've done the tea & conversation with this girl, do you have any suggestions for other dates where I can come across as the 'lover' instead of the 'provider'. Now, I call my material "Double Your Dating", but what I DON'T mean is "take women out to dinner twice as much as you used to".