It’s your first meeting with someone you have connected and flirted with in an online dating web site. Of course, it’s only natural to feel anxious about it. Eventually, all virtual roads lead to this first ever encounter, or “eyeball” if you will.
One of the most important things you should plan on is where your first meeting should be. It may be quite understandable to make it as romantic and as memorable as it should be, but you have to be reminded of several important things prior to the meeting, such as security, convenience, and most importantly, safety.
Here are a few tips on where to hold the ideal meeting place for online daters who want to take it to the next level.
Let’s assume you both live in different zip codes. Determine the best halfway point between the two of you just to be fair distance-wise. Also consider the best mode of transportation for you to get there safely.
Avoid noisy places
Since you’ll be doing a lot of talking, meeting up in a relatively quiet and cozy coffee shop where you can stay for long periods of time is better than going at a rock concert or dance club.
Having a good conversation over tea or coffee is a timeless tradition because it is ideal for heart-to-heart conversations. Forget about loud thumping music in a crowded club. A quiet and serene environment is perfect for your first meet up.
Go to a place with lighting that can be flattering
We all know that first impressions last, so choose a place with lighting that is kind to your complexion, will cast dramatic shadows on your face, and give an overall soft lighting that can set a romantic mood.
Select a place where you can both have a really good time. Making good conversations are okay, but if you want to go for a fun sort of date, you can try unconventional places you can bond over like heading out to a miniature golf course or an art gallery opening. Your date will be able to appreciate your efforts in injecting fun into your date and steer clear of being dull and predictable. If you do this all, you might finally say you found your perfect match at an online dating web site.
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