Preparing for a full meal on the first date can be a daunting task.
Its guaranteed to have some notable lulls, nervous laughter and fiddling with the menu.
The amount of online content devoted exclusively to eating in public, while simultaneously trying to attract a mate is daunting at best.
There are rules about onions and garlic, about too many toppings, about how to properly hold knives and forks and how many beers you can consume without appearing like a wild boar out on the town. There’s a reason many people in the modern dating scene opt to forgo dinner and just grab a quick coffee or a glass of wine.
A treacherous path lined with etiquette traps, tough calls and — and like war, it’s hard to declare a definitive win.
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Whether you love it or hate it, there is no denying Tinder's huge success.
Now available in 196 countries worldwide, 26 million matches are made each day on the app with more than 20 billion matches made to date.
We would be hearing less cheesy lines like “Did it hurt when you fell from heaven? Because he stole the stars and put them in your eyes”.
The traditional approach to getting an opposite sex to talk to you or take an interest in you by actually talking to them face to face is slowly fading.