Written by: Nevin
Part of our “Become a Legend in 31 Days” series, this is covering DAY 16: Go On a Date
Let me make one thing clear: the dating potential in college – the amount of like-minded people and high concentration of attractive women you would actually enjoy going on a date with — is not real life, a fantasy world where you can have your cake and eat it too. So we’re going to need you to take advantage of it while you can. Not to say you won’t have plenty of opportunities after college, they will just be few and far between, comparatively.
Good news: deep down, all women secretly want to be swept off their feet — figuratively, literally, intellectually, emotionally, physically, up, down, sideways, and turned around — even if they don’t know it. And who’s going to do it for them? You are, that’s right.
And maybe you’re not the “dating” type? That’s okay. Going on a date does not tie you down into a relationship, which is likely what you’re trying to avoid, and not the actual going on a date part. Dates are fun, and at the very least a chance to polish up that irresistible charm of yours.
Already in a relationship or “talking” to someone? No worries – surprise her, take her out on a date like it’s the first time, and she’ll love you for it.
You’ll want this to unfold like a well written story, gents — with a very clear beginning, middle, and ending. Just like a good book, you’ll get another look after the first read-through.
Go on to the next page to figure out how you’re going to ask for the date!How You’re Going To Ask