Being in your twenties is the best time to play the field. That is, as long as you don’t have the mental age of a 65-year-old, because then it’s a total nightmare. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a wonderfully caring GF, but a guy needs to be prepared to deal with these 10 things:
1. MY IDEAL DATE ISN’T REALLY A DATE. Dinner and a movie might sound fun to him, but how long does that mean I have to be out of the house? My ideal night consists of me moving between the fridge and the sofa, ideally under a slanket the whole time. The sooner I’m cozied up indoors, the happier I’ll be. It’s up to him if he joins me, but I’ll be hogging the remote.
2. BEDTIME MUST BE RESPECTED. Nothing, not even the most mind-blowing night of passion he can offer, will keep me from my bed if it’s after 10 p.m. My favorite dates are lunch dates, leaving me free to indulge in my bedtime routine. Nights out are in no way, shape, or form my idea of a good time, so he’ll need to think of some other way for us to get to know each other.relationships,relationships,relationships
3. I EXPECT HIM TO BE ON TIME, NO EXCEPTIONS. Guys in the modern dating game absolutely suck at timekeeping. Unless he gives me thirty minutes notice, there’s no excuse for being late when we’ve agreed a time to meet. It’s the equivalent of saying to my face that his time is more valuable than mine, and it’s the quickest way to guarantee no second date. relationships,relationships,relationships