Is coffee a good first date?
Even though it's a super simple basic b**** kind of date, taking a girl for coffee is actually a great way to have a first date.
There are a number of benefits of taking a girl on a coffee date over lots of other dates, including dinner, and I'm going to explain everything you need to know right now.
Here are some of the benefits of taking a girl on a coffee date for the first date:
You're not going to be paying more than a cup of coffee and possibly a pastry for the both of you, so it's going to be easy on your bank account.
Instead of going somewhere which requires a lot of planning, you don't have to put a lot of thought into this.
You're just going to go to a nearby coffee shop, and chances are there's going to be one nearby your place.
This allows you to focus on the conversation and actually make a connection with her.
If you're in a coffee shop and you're chatting, you're going to have a good opportunity to actually get to know her and make a connection.
You're going to be able to focus on the things that do create attraction like eye contact, and use of your voice, and getting her to open up and share about herself during the conversation.
Those are the basic b**** reasons why going for a coffee is good for a first date.
But sometimes, and for some of your dates, you're going to be like, "hey, I don't want to drink caffeine in the evening", so what are the other alternatives?
Well, if you're lucky and you have a café nearby you that actually serves alcohol, then you're set.
Go for a drink instead, and you could do it at the coffee shop. But the point of going to a café for a first date really isn't the coffee.
You're not going there for a coffee, you're going there for the date. You're going there to have a conversation and make a connection with your date.
Don't worry about having a big event for your first date. All you're doing is making a connection, and possibly taking her home if you have some balls.
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