A candygram from a dancing bear, who then takes off her head to reveal your date? If she likes you, the ONLY way you can mess things up is by hemming and hawing for a week. If she likes you, she’ll be thrilled that you called. Click here to learn more: When I was in my 20s in the pre-online dating and text days, I’d stress about whether to call a chick after a first date.
I’m teasing because it’s a sweet and innocent question – and because there’s only so many ways to say “yes” in a blog post. Some guys have concluded that the next-day follow up is a failed strategy. If she doesn’t like you, she’ll be annoyed that you called. Oh, and by the way, do yourself a favor and make a move on her on your next date. Now that I know more, and despite the fact that hiding behind a computer or cell phone makes potential rejection easier to swallow, I still always ask a woman out for a second date at the end of the first, if I’m interested.
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As we grow older, having the right answers plays an ever increasing role in our lifes.
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Thinking about digging my ancient Windows 3.1 computer out just to play.
I appreciate you writing to me, Michael, but I’ve gotta tell you: guys like you really make my life more difficult.
Men do what they want, and if he’s not asking you out, it’s because he doesn’t want to. Now that I got that out of my system, I can tell you, with all sincerity, Michael, that this still seems like a promising venture.