Here's how to hot-up first dates!
With temperatures soaring this summer, singles can create sparks using these heatwave dating dos and don'ts.tabloid Updated: Aug 02, 2006 15:28 IST
With temperatures soaring this summer, singles can create sparks using these heatwave dating dos and don'ts.
Dating expert Liz Kelly reveals some really hot first date tips and dating bloopers to avoid in her book, Smart Man Hunting: The Fast-Track Dating Guide for Finding Mr. Right. Just-in-time for the dog days of summer, Kelly can entertain and educate singles how to date smarter in the heat.
First dates are hard enough, and now singles need to be even more creative when planning summer dates in a heatwave. Find romance in the humidity with these new heatwave dos and don'ts.
These hot tips are based on surveys and dating blooper stories. The writer explains, "Most first dates are disasters because of the fear of the unknown. Singles can reduce the fear by planning smarter summer dates."
After interviewing thousands of singles, the writer talks about the first date advice tips for the final days of summer.
HEATWAVE FIRST DATE DOS
1. Order smoothies over lattes - Kelly recommends planning first dates at Jamba Juice over Starbucks. A cool, frosty smoothie will put both daters in a much better mood.
2. Have a blast at a water park - Because first dates should focus on fun, Kelly advises singles with a sense of adventure to plan a water park date. Kelly adds, "You'll find out quickly if your sense of humor clicks or clashes with each splash."
3. Plan after-dark dates - Don't even think about an afternoon date in the mid-day August heat. Kelly explains, "Your best bet is to wait until the concrete starts to cool on the streets. After-dark dates will increase your chances of passing the First Date Kiss Test."
4. Control your AC at Drive-in theaters - Singles are heading to drive-in theaters for fun and climate-controlled dates. Kelly explains, "Hop in the car, crank up the AC, and plan a romantic night at a drive-in. Take the scenic route, and pack the champagne and strawberries in the picnic basket."