There’s always the chance that the person you got to know online isn’t what she seems.
Women are told to A) Meet their date in a public, B) Let someone know where they'll be and with whom, C) Bring a cell phone, and D) Have an exit strategy. No matter how hot you are for her, or how hot she seems to be for you online, in person, the first thing she’s going to try to suss out is whether or not you’re to be trusted.
It’s no reflection on you, and it doesn't matter if you spend your Sundays helping out at the local orphanage or old folks home.
All right, so now you’re all set with a shiny dating profile that’s garnered lots of hits from potential hotties.
You’ve winnowed through the pool and chosen your potential catch.
So, if you've exchanged a couple flirtatious messages with a potential mate, established a basic foundation of things you have in common and are somewhat assured that it's worth testing the waters with a meet-up, take the plunge and ask her to hang out.
First meetings, especially those catalyzed on the Internet don’t have to be complicated, but there are a few caveats to heed prior to jumping in.Joy Davidson, the stakes are generally higher for her.“Remember that getting ready for a first ‘meet-up’ takes as much time and effort for a woman as a real first date,” Davidson explains.Find a way to explain, as nicely as you can, that you’re not feeling the need to go forward, then say goodbye.“Just say that as much as you enjoyed getting to know her, you realized you two weren’t quite the match you’d hoped,” Davidson advises.“You needn’t go so far as to spring for dinner, but a drink in a nice environment, or even lunch, will make a far better impression than coffee at the local Starbucks,” she says.