Monday, May 16, 2016
What to do on the First Date, Step by step Guide by Mr. Bean Rowan Atkinson
Good Evening. Welcome to the University of London. This is the 14th part of our course, Elementary of Courting for Men. Tonight we look at the first date. Obviously taking out a girl for the first time is a very complex issue. The first crucial step is... not to look like a complete idiot when she opens the door. Best to take your attention like you have been distracted. But when your attention is there, it is vital to tell her how pretty she is looking, straight away, but don't over do it. If at this point you are introduced to her parents, attitude is all in important. You can be too casual. You can be too keen. When you say good bye to the parents, again don't over do it.
Lead her to your car. There are various ways of driving. If you drive like this, you might lose her respect. If you drive like this, you should have taken a taxi.
Before long, you have arrived at the restaurant. Tuck your date into your seat. And ask the waiter for the wine list. Selecting from the wine list is important. Completely ignorance is not cool. When the bottle arrives, there is much of a tasting of it, but don't be too professional. With eating, again, moderation is the order of the day. Don't eat too fast, but don't eat too slowly. Next is receiving the bill. This is a very important moment. You must be sure not to lose your cool. This is right. This is wrong. The girl may offer to pay for the meal for herself. In which case, you should refuse, for a while.
Then we are going to look for a fashionable disco. This will make a difference. Most people don't know how to dance, so do too much. Other people do too little. Some people dance if there was something up their bottom. And some other people dance like there's something coming out of their bottom. Once said and done, it's prolly not to dance at all. The well mind sporting injury is always useful -- a good excuse for leaving.
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