Jan 24, 1, 0 0. First dates can be a dicey time: Do you greet a woman with a handshake or a kiss ? Do you hold the door for her? Let our pair of savvy experts answer these. If it's a new person I am meeting for the first time, a nice smiling hello will do, and no matter how it goes, I always give a quick hug goodbye at the end.
Seems really invasive to me but hey what do I know I'm not a touchy person and I wouldn't really want someone making contact with me until I was comfortable with their presence, I would say wait until the date is over You could also just ask her beforehand if she's OK with a greeting hug. Would a hug upon meeting on a date for the first time be awkward for you? What was it like meeting someone you’ve known online in person for the first time? When I meet my date for the first time should I hug, handshake or something else?. Dec 18, 5, 0 0.
Jul 18, 4, 0 0 Montreal. For some: smile, or handshake or air kiss on the cheek. I haven't hugged Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing. Hug or kiss would both be good for a first date if she is interested. Azzurri said:.
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? My co workers were going on about it's better to give a handshake on the first date because a hug is too intimate. While some say it's ok to give. Advertising 10 hours ago.
True Savior Member. I've lost track of how many Internet dates I've been on. Or do you give them a handshake, to make sure the whole thing feels as much like a. July 10, at pm.
I say go for the hug, always. Men will stand up and shake your hand the women whether you know interaction, how do you greet other first dates you didn't meet online?. I've honestly don't recall any situation where that has not been the case.
But a hug is less ambiguous about interest in a person, especially a kiss.
Just talk like you do while chatting, but don't forget the date is where you want to go beyond the friendzone of just texting. I wouldn't hug yet. but shaking hands is too professional like. you're pretty comfortable with each other online but haven't met in real life yet?.
If they make the effort to show up, be good company and we have connected at any level at all, it just seemed right. I don't see the need to be so formal on a date especially if you've met in person and have spoken a few times not text before the date.