The Guysexual Guide: 50 things to not say on a first date (unless you want it to end)

In this listicle we teach you how to put a lid on it and be a better date

Aniruddha Mahale October 15, 2016 08:34:33 IST
The Guysexual Guide: 50 things to not say on a first date (unless you want it to end)

Want to be a better date? Here's a list of things you should put a lid on to consider upping your chances. For instance, you might not want to say stuff like:

1. ‘‘You look thinner in your pictures. Are you sure that was you?’’

2. ‘You don’t mind keeping this date a secret, do you? I wouldn’t want my boyfriend finding out that I look around when he’s not in town…’

3. ‘I might be emotionally damaged. Do I look emotionally damaged?’

The Guysexual Guide 50 things to not say on a first date unless you want it to end

4. ‘ You do know that every beer that you drink is equivalent to eating a loaf of bread, don’t you? Yes? And you still want to call for a pitcher?’

5. ‘Are you a doggie-style kind of boy? You look like you could be one.’

6. ‘…And that’s the story of how I got arrested, and had to be locked up for a day.’

7. ‘ Is it okay if I call my ex to join us for a drink? He’s totally cool!’

8. ‘I have a girlfriend.’

9. ‘ I think I forgot my wallet at home, do you mind taking this one?’

10. ‘OMG. I know this boy who’d be perfect for you. You guys are so alike!’

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