Re: First Night Out!!!!!
Maybe I'm wrong here, but I think its pretty beta to curtsy, and bowing is really only socially accepted in Asia (don't quote me on that), and in theatre. Even though it might be a cute little game to play with toddlers or something, its or something I myself would use. A kiss on the cheek, though old fashioned, is a great use of Kino. Its a safe spot between shaking hands and going for a kiss on the lips, and in my experience I've found that a kiss on the cheek usually leads to the latter anyways.
Congratulations on opening on your first night out though dude, its not easy for most guys to do at first, but a suppose a couple beverages does help. Try using the three second rule next time. It works great for a lot of people, most of the successful puas use it, or just try going for it without thinking. As long as you can open and handle being rejected from time to time, the rest will come in time.
One thing though, and I may be completely wrong, but I don't think a tight grip is an ioi. Whenever I shake a girls hand, they are almost always gentle, and I prefer that. Light touching is more snesual. When I shake a girls hand what I look for is the look on her face, where her other hand is, and how she reacts when we lock eyes during the hand shake.
Try not to get jealous, yeah sometimes it will help motivate you, but I prefer a clear head when I'm going to open a set, thats whyi don't drink until I'm already into the rapport stage, when it would be impolite not to and I don't need To keep thinking of how to keep the conversation going because it should be flowing smoothly by this point, and if not I've done something wrong or she's not interested.
If i get a guy some a$$, he gets it for a day; if i teach him how to get it for himself, he's tappin forever