Where you take her sets the scene and the mood of your encounter.
So it's important to know what mood you want to set.
In fact you can turn your fifty first dates into one once you know what to do.
Believe me when I say that if you're the first foreigner she's been out with - she's very nervous.
Your job is to use these first date tips and make her feel • comfortable and safe with you • attracted to you • …lust for you…Do you know how to do that?
If not check out these 3 dating tips for shy guys and why most other shy guy dating tips won't work.
You'll get a better idea of how to convey those 3 things in conversation and body language with her.
Yes even if she's Asian and doesn't speak your language. Asian women can be very flakey (don't get me started with Korean women!
So besides taking her to the right place on your first meet-up - what else can you do? Is that reason enough to not go talk with her when you meet? When I went to Japan I spent an evening with a Japanese woman who didn't speak English.Make your communicating with her easier and get a better idea of what Asian women want from men. Not only wasn't it fun but I had to do all the work to get our first date conversations happen Make life easier on the both of you by: • speaking in 'easy English' • using the right props • being patient (yes its tough but you gotta do this)So if you know where to take her and you can communicate with her - what's the last piece? The BIGGEST mistake guys make when dating an Asian woman (or any woman for that matter) is to play it safe.The second biggest mistake is to take the whole thing too seriously.) ;-)If they don't want to meet you on that first date they won't (even if they promised to the highest heavens that they would.) So if she's showed up then chances are she wants something to work out with you.
Give her (and you) the best possible chance to make it happen: Grab a copy of The Art of The Date and other goodies that will prepare you for that meet up.
On the fifth floor of the building, there was a window that I often stared at and watched.