1. Throw out all ridiculous expectations. He’s most likely not going to be John Cusack.
John Cusack in Serendipity ruined love for me by leading me to believe that a man who truly loved me would do anything to find me- even if it means searching every single bookstore in New York for a copy of some book with my number in it.
This will never happen, and you’ll save yourself from a lot of disappointment if you just accept this fact.
2. Learn to cook deliciously, not just throw yourself in the kitchen and display a table of shit taste like after 45 mins hard works.
Why don’t you spend the time reading “size 12 is not fat” even though i thought reading this book is a complete waste of time and possibly the worst plot written one among Meg cabot series. Then i thought if you really are into this person, your cooking skills would be somehow magically turned to a 5 star chef. Don’t let that fool yourself. It might be wise of you sparing a solid amount of time taking a cooking class in your neighboring.
3. If you’re sitting at home wondering how you feel about him/her, you probably don’t like them very much.
Don’t kid yourself. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve sat at home wondering if I should keep things going with so-and-so because he was “a nice guy” and maybe he would “grow on me”. That’s ridiculous. Not only will he not grow on you, he’s going to be just another obligation in your life. If after the second date, you still don’t know how you feel about him, move on. Trust your instincts.
4. Men don’t mature as fast as women.
And no, that’s not the man-hater in me talking. It’s scientific fact or something like that. If he’s 25 and thinks that fart jokes are still funny, it’s because his sense of humor is still at the level. Just suck it up and deal with it. Unless you don’t actually like him, then you should just move on.
What come across your mind? any tips you have or experienced?
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