Chances are you've probably spent way too long choosing what to wear, wondering what the date will be like -- and how many things could go wrong -- and imagining what they look like naked (don't lie), so it's only natural that our nerves get the better of us. Better yet, excuse yourself before the end of the evening to pay the bill out of sight. As for food faux pas on a first date, Musson said there's one in particular which everyone should avoid at all costs."We are often on our best behaviour on the first date, which is a good idea while we work out if the other person is a good fit for us," Musson told Huff Post Australia. Be waiting for her when she arrives so she's not standing around on the street or in a bar looking expectant. "Saying 'steak for me and she'll have salad' is not acceptable." Other date and dinner faux pas, according to Musson: To best approach these meals, Musson recommends the following.
"A date is not the time to be adventurous with spice," Musson said."If you have the option, go for the beans instead of the seeds, but a thoughtful date will graciously let their dining partner know about greens in their teeth with a 'you've got a little...' and finger pointing to the offending area," Musson said. If it's a bit tricky, excuse yourself to use the mirror in the bathroom." "The rule of thumb is to gauge the venue: is it a casual pub or upmarket bar?I did the only honorable thing I could think of and that was to break up with her first thing in the morning, and began my new life walking to Carvel with the 14-year-old minx.It was a lovely two or three days and it was the beginning of my sexual awakening. Later in the week, at the rollerskating rink, karma made sure I experienced exactly what I put the little red-haired girl through.It was innocent and cute and, more importantly, it was normal.
That all changed one night when I was outside smoking cigarettes quite a bit later than I should’ve been, and this older, more physically developed and dangerous girl made a pass at me.However, if the venue is fancy, Musson recommends just observing what others are doing."If everyone else is using cutlery, go with the trend," she said. When it comes to eating on a date, Musson has a few top tips, as well as some very clear no-nos. The most interesting person is right in front of you.Use just your fork and spoon or fork solo style as they do in Italy." Eyeing off that spicy vindaloo curry?