What Not to Do on a First Date With A Millionaire
Ready for dating a millionaire ? Have you done your homework? Do you know what to do and what not to do? Most people make mistakes on a first date that are completely under their control. It's like getting drunk and passing out at dinner. Avoid these and other simple mistakes to increase your chances of a second date and let your true personality shine through.
Don't talk about yourself nonstop.
It's no fun listening to people talk about themselves endlessly. You volunteer at orphanages, soup houses, and animal shelters. You recently got a promotion. You have two PhDs. It's good for you. You may impress people, but if you ask questions about your date and show that you're a good listener instead of constantly talking about topics that the rich don't care about, it won't help your date.
If you can’t handle your alcohol, try not to get drunk.
We all know that eating can't avoid drinking, but if you can't control yourself and get drunk, then you'd better not drink. If you misbehave after drinking, you will make a bad impression on your date.
Don't talk about your ex.
Dating basics: generally speaking, it's not good to carry your baggage with someone you barely know, so don't talk about your ex's woes on the first date with a millionaire man. To be honest, people hate hearing about their partner's ex, even after years of dating, so why would anyone want to hear it on a first date? Focus on the person you're with, not the person you've been with.
Don’t talk about your future together.
Even if you're sure it's love at first sight, don't tell your date that you're going to photoshop their Facebook photos into fake wedding photos, or that you've always wanted two children. It just makes you look creepy. And crazy. Dating without any expectations is a good rule of thumb. You'll be surprised if you hit it off with your date and plan for the future, but before you get married and have kids, you'll need more than dinner and a movie.
Don't lie. Don't hide important facts about yourself.
You'll get caught. Even seemingly insignificant things like reading a book you've never really read can get you caught. How to? Because it always happens. Also, don't hide important facts about yourself. Your date doesn't need to know everything about you, but if you have children, are married, are pregnant, live with your parents, or are homeless, they should. The secret you reveal is up to you, but in the end, it will be revealed, so you'd better make it clear first.
Don't use your cell phone.
It is impolite to use a cell phone on a date unless it is absolutely urgent. Put your heart and soul into your date.
Above mentioned things, you should be kept in your mind. Of course, you also need to pay attention to your dress-up. It's best to be decent and doesn't wear too much makeup. Hope you will have a romantic dating with your rich man!