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By Sara Altschule November 14, Talking is the name of the game during a first date. You need to have strong yo skills to get to date two.
Unfortunately, not all of us are blessed in the conversation department. Sometimes we say things we wish we could take back.
If you've ever been really amped up to spend time with someone who had a lot of potential, only to get too comfortable, too soon and scare this person away with too much personal information, or maybe just don't know why you can't get to date two, perhaps you need to rethink the conversation topics you take on over a first date. Here is a friendly reminder of the things we should probably steer clear of while getting our chit-chat on during a first date.
Ex Talk Nobody wants to be on a first date listening to a person talk about their last date. But keep it vague, people.
Leave your ex talk for a night with the ladies and a big glass of wine. First dates are like ping pong matches, where the conversation goes back and forth.
Family Drama Save that drama for your mama! Talking about your family history is a good thing on date one.
Here's What to Talk About on a First Date
Save these not-so-precious family moments for another and much later date. Sexual Preferences You always want to be safe when it datte to sex.
This includes making sure this is a comfortable topic to bring up. Unless you want to scare off your date, talking about sexual preferences should most likely no saved for a later time.
Your date is probably fully aware that you have sex and you eventually want to have sex with him or her. Seal those lips on this subject.
But one thing is for sure, talking about money only makes people uncomfortable. Anything money related should not be coming thihgs of your mouth, only your wallet.
Saying you would like to get married someday or you are hoping to have children years down galk road is completely fine. The problem is when you come on too strong.
This is where you start talking about these things in extreme detail. When you start telling your date all the five names you have picked out for your children, you have spoken too soon.
Save this stuff for your Pinterest boards, not your first date. Negative Nancy Nobody likes a negative Nancy — not even Nancy herself.
It makes you want to run for the hills.