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I realize all women are different but I would like to gather some opinions. Nothing worse than a meal date where you run out of things to say and have no interest in them 5 minutes in. It's more casual, so I think it's easier to deal with being bad. If goes great, there's always the chance to go out and do something else during the day.
I actually prefer to meet up for coffee for a first date, especially if I don't already know him. That way, if it goes well, we can meet again soon, but if it doesn't, it won't be a long awkward date. Dinner, than I can bring you back home into my bed and never let you leave.
My first date with my husband was meeting up for coffee and then walking around the farmers market. It was really nice, we had such a good time that we ended up getting lunch afterward as well. It as perfect because it was casual and we had something to do rather than just sitting and awkwardly staring at each other.
And we met early which meant we had the option to continue the date if we wanted to. Lunch or coffee. I feel like it's more casual and will allow us to find things we both like for more serious dates. If it's not someone I know very well, lunch. That way it's casual and if I want to leave early, I can make up an excuse about needing to be somewhere. I am basically a morning person and so am closer to "at my best" around lunchtime Lunch dinner or breakfast date I am at dinnertime.
If those are the only options, I don't care. But I'd rather do something than sit around and eat.
My first dates were rock climbing introduced me to the sportcycling, movie, one of the guys had just bought a new car so we took it for drives, mini golfing I prefer dinner, but not for the first date. I'm vegetarian and means that unless he's veggie too or I choose the restaurant the choices can be limited and then I'm likely to get a hunger grump on. I prefer casual drinks, then if it goes well we can discuss what sorts of food we like and then go to restaurant for dinner on the second date.
Plus, ending a meet-up for drinks after one drink if you're not interested is easier than feigning interest through dinner. What about drinks?
Talking with food in your mouth is hard and since I'm a messy eater it's also embarressing. Cheaper and no alcohol. And if there IS alcohol, I know that I'm done. Don't really care, to be honest. Dinner is definitely a bit more formal though. Nice and casual, no expectations.
If he and I hit it off we can go for coffee after. Lunch because it is easier to end it if you are not feeling it. Ideally coffee for first dates, though. I like lunch. It's a bit more casual and also leaves time to do an activity afterwards if lunch goes well or activity and then lunch.
Dinner is often a more in depth, longer meal, and I feel like first dates should be quicker affairs to suss someone out before you decide to go on a second date with them. Dinners are also usually more expensive which can make one person feel more awkward about paying or being paid for, and also just generally cost more to spend time with someone you're not sure you even click with.
I dislike dinner as a first date. All my first dates have either been lunch, or after-dinner activities. I always do coffee dates first. Casual and short. Nobody likes to be stuck having a meal with someone they don't click with. It went great and we've been together ever since. Would you rather a first date be a lunch or dinner date? Sort by: top suggested. Coffee, preferably. I just want it to be casual. Also, lunches are usually cheaper. But out of the two choices you gave, I'd prefer lunch.
Either is fine with me. It's a lot more casual. So it can go long in the night. Dinner, it fits in with my work and sleep schedule better. I prefer something interesting and different. More posts from the AskWomen community. AskWomen: A subreddit dedicated to asking women questions about their thoughts, lives, and experiences; providing a place where all women can comfortably and candidly share their responses in a non-judgmental space.
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