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First Date “Don’ts”
First Date “Don’ts”

First dates are already frought with tension…here are some MORE things to worry about!

The Daily Mail asked what the rudest things someone can do on a first date that would make them not want a second one…the top 10 are:

1.  Ordering their food for them, 61%.

2.  Noisy eating, 56%.

3.  Posting on social media during the date, 45%.

4.  Texting someone else, 35%.

5.  Taking photos of your food, 33%.

6.  Making or answering a phone call, 33%.

7.  Going to a restaurant that serves bone marrow or other animal organs, 26%.

8.  Taking them to a fast food restaurant, 23%.

9.  Ordering seafood, 18%.

10.  Eating onions or garlic, 16%.

So that great seafood place that you posted your last meal from on Pinterest?  Might want to choose another venue!


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