Everyday in American, hot blooded men are doing their best to "pick up" the ladies! Men try everything; ridiculous forms of flattery, shy flirtation...whatever it takes. But, after all this effort, what is a boy to do when he realizes this girl is not the one?
The biggest problem; most guys tend to rush into something without fully getting to know the girl. Yes guys, this means you lead with your penis and not your brain (in most cases the date ends with both wanting to get away as fast as possible).
I am not saying you shouldn't pursue someone you find attractive, but take a minute to get to know her. How many of you have found yourself on a first date only to be 10 minutes into it thinking, "God, I wish I was somewhere else?" or "When this train wreck is over I should call what's-her-name from last weekend"!
This is the point when your eyes start to glaze over and the date is OVER. I am not saying you leave her with the check, but you have checked out. And because you have shut down she does the same or worse, she begins to ramble on and you become even more annoyed.
I have actually witnessed this more than once (and I have been the one whose eyes glazed over).
So, what do you do? Well first off, don't be a douche bag and let her ramble on if you have zero interest! Start talking about things that having nothing to do with either of you and hopefully she will get the hint. There is no need to drag out the date and make it a horrible experience. Once you are done with dinner, TELL HER THE TRUTH! Women can handle to truth, and better it come from your mouth at the end of the date vs. letting her go home and think there is a chance for a second date, and getting "the text" later.
All this goes for the ladies as well!
Why do we allow ourselves to be taken in by someone good looking without getting to know them? And why are we surprised when they turn out to be everything we ARE NOT looking for in a potential mate?
We may never know!
All I am advising is that you be a little wiser in your selection and be honest about how you feel. No sense in making it a bad night for everyone!
And remember guys...
When in fear, ask The Queer!