The first date is a way of gauging whether or not a relationship could ensue or not, so judging on how they react to what I find important and how I react to theirs, I can see how promising the relationship will be.
To gather insight, I decided to go full journalist and asked some of my peers about their thoughts on the topic.
Below are my not-really-scientific but still-very-very-interesting findings.
Sure, they might not be the kind of statistics you can cite in a final paper, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t great insights.
What are your first date expectations and how do you think they are affected by popular culture?
After several rejections, he smartly figured out that he would have to change his lifestyle if he was to win her heart.
He started going to Mass, praying, and living morally. And when she conducts herself in accordance with the way in which God created her, she reflects this beauty and appeal in a unique way. God created the universe, surely he didn’t forget about your future.
That’s not dating, that’s glorified objectification and impurity at its finest. An authentic man stands up to heroically protect it, and vice versa.
That show and countless others is the direct opposite of this beautiful truth.
Our society tries to make women believe that dating is supposed to be like the TV show Sex and the City.