Dating is a fine art. When it comes to getting and having dates, you usually need more than one in order to get to know a person. However, just as many people are hasty when it comes to knowing someone. For them, a date should be an exam and failing the first one means instant rejection. Many daters or Dating enthusiasts miss out on a gem of a boyfriend or girlfriend by being so quick to judge. Don’t judge a book by its cover, as they say. At least have a couple of dates if you’re both consenting to it. Your best friend didn’t suddenly become your best friend overnight.
Of course, there are first dates that are so disastrous this rule of thumb doesn’t apply anymore. If you don’t want to give a date another go and you end up meeting your date again, send a sugary or polite message then avoid him or her. Just thank them for taking the time to meet you, tell them they were great, but you feel like you’re both not suitable for one another, and then wish them the best of luck in their future endeavors when it comes to getting dates before thanking them again. So while finding a good date and getting to know your date is a lot like finding a best friend, you face fewer chances of rejection with the latter than the former.
Actually, the best way to date is to approach it among friends. You should get referrals from friends to get together with their friends, with them serving as your matchmaker of sorts. Then again, if you end up with a lewd or rude date, there’s no impetus for you to sit politely throughout your date. You can abandon them altogether with no preamble. There’s no need to respectfully decline him or her if they didn’t give you any respect in return. That’s just fair play right there. If you feel in any way unsafe in their company, then you can feel free to cut the date short altogether without any guilt whatsoever.