Even if it’s a good or a great beginning, you need to follow up and now blow it on the second date. Follow these easy 2nd date rules and you’ll be on to date number three like a pro.2nd Date Rules: Pick Something New and Exciting It’s a pretty well-established fact: People like novelty.
But when it comes to your second date, do something new.
Hit up a happy hour and grab some cheap drinks, or sit outside of a coffee shop and have a chat before you head off to the main part of the date.
Remember to schedule this so you spend no more than an hour chatting at the bar, as it can slow things down.
For example, if she likes Mexican food, tell her you know the best Mexican restaurant in town and you want to bring her there Tuesday night. Either text her a simple message that says “Had a great time last night. Looking forward to the next time.” Or, call her and leave a message and tell her the same thing over the phone.
Set that second date up so she doesn’t have time to think about the first date, and so she has something to which to look forward. Don't try to be coy by waiting a day or two to follow up. Don’t expect sex or force the issue of sex until it's right for both parties.
We’re sorry to say that there’s more work to be done!
Sure, you can repeat the same date again later on down the road.
Just because mini golf or hiking worked great last time doesn’t mean it will this time.
Furthermore, if there is a “race” to run, it’s a marathon, not a sprint. The truth is, a second date would be better described as a “second first date.” Think of it as version 1.5 of a new software release—mostly the same, but with slight upgrades and a few of the bugs worked out.
For instance, the worst of the awkward uncertainty is behind you.