Re: What to talk about with women
Okay after I broke through the texting barrier and got her out 10 minutes before the event she called. "Hey did you know it was raining?" "Yeah but it is only a light drizzle." This is not a drizzle" she said. I told her it was starting to die down and she showed up. Got a text from her that she was there with her daughter.
Go up "Hey did you want to go walk around?" We go find a place to sit down. I get us drinks that's right I had to pay her wallet was out but the was the last time I saw it and she never offered to pay. But that is besides the point we had fun.
Go to sit down my date said "The benches are wet" and I told her "Yeah I will help you clean them off". So we finally sat down to drink. We chilled with moments of silence which was fine and I didn't feel obligated to keep on talking. I asked "What do your bracelet say?" "Faith" she said. "What does yours say?" "Hot Mess" I said. A little bit later...
"Hey do you have an appetite?" "No not really" she told me. The rest was history. We had a lot of moments of just long conversations while her daughter disappeared and whatnot. At first it was a little soft just to warm up to each other then we started flirting, kicking each other, and eventually kissed at the end of the night. Essentially I went into this "expecting nothing but ready for anything." I wasn't planning anything I said and not trying to impress her I just went with the flow. Even in set all I focus is my opener and as long as I ONLY focus on that a conversation will result 90% of the time which I neever plan on what to say next just go with the flow. Just go with the flow in set and don't worry about anything on dates. It's simple you just talk. She said she had a great time after that and we talked about...
Getting drunk, going to possibly watch a movie but I backed out, our bracelets, getting drinks, getting food, her daughter, working out, making funny remarks about some guy who was trying to impress his date with how much he "benched", and making conversation based on the enviornment and what we were both experiencing. Essentially it was the best date ever at a Holiday Festival and cost me $47 for our food, drinks, and lemonade. My last date was 7 years ago at a Coffee shop which the most boring mundane thing ever! May never do another Coffee Date.
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