Unwritten dating rules
People always think that they would never quiz their date about their expectations, hopes and plans for their future, but incredibly the topic always seems to erupt into dates unexpectedly.
Asking someone about their life plans however should never be done unless you have had, at a minimum, five or more dates with that person.
Please trust us when we say that a greasy face and sticky hands is not a good look.
Never ask about future plans This dating rule is broken far too often.
Here we show you 10 of the most important unwritten dating rules: Always have something to say A boring date that has nothing to say is an instant turn-off and turning up to your date unarmed with ‘conversation ammo’ is a rule breaking crime you must avoid.
Always seem confident Being confident does not necessarily mean you have to strut about and feel 100 per cent happy getting up on stage.
Always make an effort This one is obvious, but it’s one of the most important unwritten dating rules out there.
Whether it’s to do with the way you look, the location you pick for your date or the conversation you have during the date you have always got to make an effort.
Examples of what an Unwritten Rule is: You do not sit next to strangers on busses/trains even if it is full - you stand.
You do not initiate unwelcomed small talk with who you are sitting next to on a plane.