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Dating ettique

You want to pay attention to whether you're asking questions about them, and noticing if they reciprocate.

You have nothing to lose, because you're probably not going to date them anyway.

Think of it as a favor to their future first dates. If they do ask, be as honest as you're comfortable with, but be wary of talking smack.

You can't really get to know someone if you can't be open-minded enough to give them a shot.

It may be your initial reaction to shut them down when they say like country music or that Obama is ruining the country, but give them a chance to talk about it.

In asking questions, you're also creating a dialogue.

When one person is just going on and on, and there's no feedback on the other end, things can go south fast.

If your date suggests something that doesn't sit right with you, don't do it.

While they may think it's a great idea to do shots or skip out on the bill (yes, that was once suggested to me on a date), don't succumb to anything that makes you feel uncomfortable.

If you know that you're one of those people who has a hard time making eye contact, tell your date.

It's better for them to know it's difficult for you instead of them thinking you're just uninterested and rude.

When it comes to first date etiquette, it's usually all about trying to take your awesome self up a notch.