Well, you’re all very mature: the majority of voters in last week’s poll said that relationships, even casual ones, have to happen face-to-face.
What’s the best way to break up with your not-quite-significant other? In person, by phone, or do you just stop contacting them?
Are your summer dreams about to be ripped at the seams?
The problem with this question is that it immediately puts the dater on the defensive. They’ve just described a happy romantic experience, which, need I remind you, doesn’t happen every day.
Anybody who dates guys knows this story: You go out on a first date, you seem to click, he never calls
Here are five things a girl would hope to find while spending the night with an adult.
One date, two dates, three dates, four?
Plus: Terrible Dates and Advice From Jane Fonda
You met online. You had a great date. Now you want to follow up and see if there’s really a spark, or it was just a fluke. Here’s how to make it happen.
You should never let poor time management get in the way of finding love.
Are there guidelines for how long you can date someone before you’re exclusive? Should you ride that train as long as you can? Or does it just all depend on where the two of you are at?
Everyone knows you’re supposed to wait 3 days to call. But if everyone knows that, is it still effective?
It doesn’t have anything to do with Swayze. Unfortunately.
You spend a lot of time together, laugh at each other’s jokes, maybe even hook up. But when you press further, you always get the same response: “You know I like you! You’re really great. But–”
Yesterday, after our post on sex etiquette, HowHookup columnist Joy Engel found me on GChat and asked: “Do you make the bed?”
When we go on vacations, we buy souvenirs. When we go to concerts, we save ticket stubs or tshirts. After dances, we dry our corsages. So what kind of stuff do we keep around after we’re done dating someone?
We’ve waxed poetic on our love for the text message here before on The Date Report, but when it comes to the early stages of dating, are there circumstances in which you should still pick up the phone?
This just in: Waiting too long to respond to your messages can decrease your chances of going on actual dates.