Just read this article on HowAboutWe (through the title link, above), detailing 5 ways you can destroy your chances with a prospective date or kiss turning a relatively new conquest into a long(er)-term partner bye-bye through the use of ill-advised text or e-mail.
And you thought girls wanted to you to ring them after the first date, no matter what. Think again! Be sure you’ve thought to ask them about their schedule first.
As well as the content itself, the concepts or context of getting mobile dating messaging wrong are apparently lost on men. If said men were born with a sense of human or lack of psychic power, I’d see why.
It’s almost as if she expects a man on the second date to know her entire life story, schedule and what colour underwear she wears on the Summer Solstice in an even year.
All I’ll say is:
No wonder the author is writing for a dating site - she must be getting her free membership’s worth if the pompous attitude to men is one she adopts off-screen as well as online.
Stone me - talk about a little Hitler!
And, yes, I will use an exclamation mark where one’s warranted, Chiara, even though I’m a man!
Apparently, Chiara Atik, has a new book coming out in May - Modern Dating: A Field Guide.
The fact that the title references a somewhat conflictual status between potential dating parties is hardly surprising based on what I’ve read, to date.
Dating For Dummies, it won’t be; Mein Kampf, on the other hand, it could well mimic.
For those men lucky enough to have failed one her five ‘ooh, look at me, I write for a dating site, so know all about communication’ quests, The Great Escape might be worth a watch, lads…