It was New Years Eve and this catchy looking red headed woman that I had been talking to online wanted to finally meet. She put her kids to bed and I came out to her house to watch some movies. This is one thing that I’ve learned about dating online; that’s how the first date usually is. So, I got out of my vehicle after her guiding me on the phone to her house. She was everything I had expected physically, and she had a vibrant smile on her face that made my the night a lot more comfortable. She was very hospitable to boot.
As I took off my coat and shoes and sat down on the far end of the couch while we were talking about things, I noticed that she sat down right beside me, where there was plenty of contact. I took this as a strong signal that she liked me. We put some movies in but didn’t watch them, as we were catching up and learning about each other. We had plenty of eye contact and gradually there was some light flirting by touching the legs or shoulders. Things started to get intimate.
Things Start Heating Up
As about 11:30 rolled around, I told her that she had to kiss me when the New Years came in, and she didn’t really respond at first. Around 11:51 we heard a gun shot go off and joked around about how a drunk neighbor was celebrating too soon. When 11:59 came around, we looked into each other’s eyes, lightly smiling, and kissed as we brought in the 2014 New Years.
Get To Know The Other Person Well
All in all it was a wonderful date, which a lot of online dates are. However, the relationship didn’t last very long as we realized that we just didn’t have that much chemistry together. So, if you are looking to have a good date, I recommend checking out online dating websites or other social websites (which would probably be better since you may already know the person) and to live it up to it’s fullest. However, once the honeymoon phase of the relationship wanes, so does the relationship itself. So, the choice is yours, but don’t place high expectations on a long term relationship when you meet someone online. Take things one step at a time and become friends first, as this is what creates solid, healthy relationships.
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