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This guide is meant to be entertaining, lighthearted, and fun, but if you get so dizzy from the sensory overload that you get sick to your stomach, you can always skip ahead to the “Sequel” section. Or better yet, skip out entirely and just kiss someone you like at a party.

If you’re a single person in the market for love, here are 29 ways to get through the dating process.

1. Start off right

Perfecting your first impression is the best way to start a relationship off on the right foot, right? If you’re in a great mood, women will want to be seen with you. If you’re having a horrible day, you’ll have to get their attention in a different way.

Make sure you’re dressed in a nice, casual outfit. This doesn’t mean an outfit that says, “I’m too cool for school,” but something that says, “I’m ready for a nice evening out!” Also, make sure that what you’re wearing is clean, that your hair is neat, and that your teeth are somewhat presentable. No one wants to share your couch with a brush full of gum.

Aside from that, you need to be outgoing and confident. You don’t need to wait for a stranger to introduce themselves to you, but you should make it obvious that you’re interested in talking to them.

If the person is still trying to talk to you, smile and say “Hi.” Make eye contact. If they don’t, smile and walk away. If you have to engage in small talk, go ahead and ask the first and most obvious question, like, “Where are you from?” It will at least make you seem approachable.

If you’re in a group, choose one person to start talking to. Send her the first message, and tell her “You are the perfect person to approach me. I’m going to be engaged to someone else, but I would love to tell you more about myself and what my intentions are. I’m going to wait for you here [Pause for a minute] and if you’re interested, you can come up and say hello.” Do not deviate from this plan.

If she does approach you, give her a warm smile, ignore the fact that you’re surrounded by others, and talk to her. Make sure to make your conversation interesting. Ask her about her job, your favorite show, what she likes
Dating Websites

There are hundreds of websites with hundreds of matching services—all of them looking to turn you into a million dollar individual in record time! Make sure you know what you’re looking for before you sign up.

Dating Sites: Match

Dating sites are the most common and the easiest to get into. They will match you with individuals and then you work out the details—the movies, clubs, and whatever else you’ve decided you want in a relationship.

There are a million different sites out there, all with a slightly different take on dating and many of them are based in the US. Some will require you to give a credit card number for three months for use on the website, while some sites will ask for just a month. Some sites will ask that you pay a small initial fee, and some sites will require a low monthly membership fee. Some sites will force you to define your likes and dislikes, while some sites won’t. There are a lot of different options out there, and some of the larger sites will take into consideration your race, ethnicity, and religion as well.

Choosing a site can be confusing and overwhelming. Make sure you have a good set of criteria before you sign up. My criteria:

• Will it really work for me?

• Is it free?

• Is it local?

• Is it safe?

• Who are the other members?

• Is it a dating site or a random hookup site? (If this isn’t clear to you, go to the dating site’s About section and look at their guidelines. Chances are you’ll find out they are a dating site.)

• How is it advertised?

• How easy is it to find people who are local to me?

• How many people are using it?

How it Works: An online dating site is just like a gym: You do the work, and they provide the tools. You’ll be presented with all kinds of random people all the time, and then you do what you have to do to filter them out and get to that one person. Once you’ve got that person, you can communicate until he or she joins a dating service you sign up for as well. (Although there is a service which provides pre-screened profiles for people like you who are searching for someone who already has a similar relationship background.) Once you and that person join the same dating service


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