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e Harmony has released a list of first date "faux pas" and "to dos" based on a survey of the best and worst dating behaviour.The website's survey found that being rude to staff was considered the biggest faux pas, while 60 per cent thought constantly checking a mobile was the major no-no, and 52 per cent were turned off by talking about an ex. A quick survey of my colleagues in the office has revealed that, actually, everyone has a bad first date story.
We met up at a restaurant and the guy was really cute, so everything seemed to be in order.
Then we sat down and he started looking around the restaurant at all the women with roses and bouquets of flowers.
The "pros" include painfully obvious suggestions such as: "smiling a lot", "telling jokes" and covering up your natural smelly odour by "wearing perfume/aftershave". There are trolls among us, and they’re taking us out to lunch. I’ve crushed the memory down out of shame, but, if I’m going to be judging trolls, I should probably admit to the time I was one myself.
When I first read this holy grail of dating advice, I knew that only a rogue Neanderthal or troll among the e Harmony dating clientele could ever possibly find it useful. Even worse, many of us have been known to become trolls ourselves; suddenly growing 10 foot and dribbling angrily over tables in an act of dating panic. At university I had been in a play with a boy who, night after night, was HILARIOUS on stage.
Yet, even though we know plenty of couples who wound up in a serious relationship — or got hitched — from a cyber-dating experience, not everyone is so lucky in love.