Whether the other person is interested or not, you'll never know unless you ask. So gather up all your courage and follow these steps.
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Pay for everything. Don’t mention splitting the bill. If the lady suggests paying part of the bill do not accept the offer. If she insists, allow her to pay what she wishes (this is not just a rule for dating). You will be the best judge at the time whether your date is only insisting because she feels obliged.
No movies on the first date. How can you get to know each other if you spend the majority of the time in silence? I would recommend taking your date out for dinner (no lunch dates on the first date either). Take her somewhere you feel comfortable and somewhere you can easily afford. You don’t want to be nervous all through the date that you might get stuck with a crippling bill. If price is a big concern for you, you can organize your own date in a public place (like a park or even at your own home) and prepare the meal yourself. If you can’t cook, takeaways are fine, but serve it on plates at the table and try to make an effort.
I would also suggest that you not go too overboard with the first date. Keep it simple and moderately priced. You can get extravagent on subsequent dates if things go well.
First off, if you are going to dinner, read the Rules for Fine Dining list; try to remember at least one or two. When you pick up your date, get out of the car and hold the door open for her. Do the same when you are letting her out of the car. If you are dining out for your first date, hold the chair out for your date and help her sit.
That means not to expect anything in return! A date is not payment for future pleasures, it is a way to get to know someone to gauge compatibility. This rule also means you should not try to get your date drunk, drugged, or compromised in any other way. At the end of the date you can offer a small kiss - offer nothing else and expecting nothing back.
Be confident and take charge of the evening. This does not mean you should drag your date around by the arm; be firm with your suggestions and be confident that you will have a good date and make a good impression - remember, if you were a total loser you wouldn’t be on the date in the first place.
In the strictest term; you are a virgin until you've had sexual intercourse with the member of the opposite sex. But this definition leaves a lot of people out of the loop. While the social policy makers look to redefine marriage to include same sex partnerships, maybe it is time we also revisited what it means to be a virgin.
When we think of virgins, we think of "white wedding innocents" who define sex as a synonym for gender. But the fact is, the standard definition of virginity lets you get away with having a lot of different kinds of sex was still being able to call yourself a virgin. In theory, under the traditional definition of virginity, someone who is homosexual can have sex every day and still be a virgin. Someone who has oral sex regularly is also still a virgin. Does that really make sense? Something is a miss!
The whole narrow definition of virginity is in desperate need of a rewrite. Who better to do it than the first generation of new millennium teens? What does "losing your virginity" mean to you? Is it a state of mind or a specific act? Is it something that can be taken from you, or does it only count if you willingly give it away? When does "fooling around" end and "having sex" begin?
When considering "the new definition", think about these situations and ask yourself how they fit in to the meaning of virginity.
Formulate a definition and then share it with others, let's see what we can come up with.
Main Entry: 1vir·gin
: a person who has not had sexual intercourse
- vir·gin·al /'v&r-j&n-&l,'v&rj-n&l/ adjective
- vir·gin·al·ly /-E/ adverb
Main Entry: sexual intercourse
: sexual union especially involving penetration of the vagina by the penis
* Source: Word Central Student Dictionary
Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe is clearly trying hard to ditch his boy wizard image.
The 19-year-old actor confessed in a revealing interview to losing his virginity to an older woman - whose age would raise eyebrows.
Radcliffe admitted he celebrated reaching the age of consent, 16, in the customary manner with a much older girlfriend.
But although he insisted the age difference 'wasn't ridiculous', he did say it 'would freak some people out'.
In an interview with US style bible Details, he also admitted he'd like to try his hand at playing a drag queen.
The 19-year-old actor confessed he would love to play a cross-dresser just so he could wear lots of slap and eye make up.
'I think part of me would love to play a drag queen,' he says in the September issue of Details magazine.
'Just because it would be an excuse to wear loads of eye make-up.'
Radcliffe, who has spent eight years playing Harry Potter, is soon to start a run of Equus on Broadway, New York.
He will be on stage eight times a week, with full frontal nudity, just as he did in the hit London production.
But that will be about as wild as he plans to get.
The actor , who is known for living a quiet life and not succumbing to the wild party scene said vodka and Diet Coke was his beverage of choice, because he was a 'pansy-ass civilian'.
Radcliffe also told Details that the Harry Potter phenomenon had not left him with child star angst - but confessed he suffered from the normal teen problems.
'For the most part I've been happy every single day,' he said.
'And all the times I've been unhappy, it's never been anything to do with Potter.
'It's just been the normal, boring teenage crap. Insecurities, acne - all the normal stuff.'
And although he will soon be playing psychiatric patient Alan Strang eight times a week, he said he had never spent any time on the couch himself.
'I've been pretty happy. I've got a great family,' he said.
'We're a very tight-knit group. We work very well as a team and as a tribe. I owe it to that.'
Radcliffe added that he was currently single, and does not have room for a girlfriend in his life.
'Most of my friends have been girls and I see how they are with their boyfriends and I think 'I couldn't do that,' he said.
'I just don't have the time.