Dating on demand lisa
We stood astride the dating scene like young, virile, sexy-but-honorable beasts of the wild kingdom and — I’m sorry but I could not finish this sentence because I’m laughing too hard to hit the appropriate keys on my laptop. My actual memory of dating in the 1990s is that while there was a lot of good, there was also a lot of bad and a fair amount of ugly.
Maybe the quality of a night out was improved by people being more selective? Now as it turns out, the hard-working staff here at Spoiler Alerts is in the generation above Silver. And Silver is absolutely correct, those were the days of men.
And if you need help meeting that handsome, kind, financially savvy man, you’ve come to the right place.
Now this may seem like a no brainer – but I’m telling you – I’ve seen it happen. A guy who has money is already going to be sensitive that women are just using him for it, so feel free to order the fish – just not the rarest catch of the year that they are offering on special tonight. I’ve had clients come back and tell me how great a date was but what a complete turn-off it was when she ate off of his plate.
Sometimes women take for granted that men will pay so it’s always nice for them to feel appreciated. As a matchmaker who has been setting up wealthy men for over two decades, I have seen women demand everything from a car to and from their apartment to a pair of expensive shoes. Just don’t do it, no matter how tempting his side dish looks.
Chances are, he will pick-up the tab but don’t forget to thank him when the check arrives and then at the end of the night again.
Don’t be afraid to express what a fun or [insert any nice way to describe the evening] night you’ve had and that you appreciate him taking you out. It can be tempting to dive right into that surf and turf, but try to put yourself in his shoes.