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 October 31, 2003
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Meeting new people can be hard but dating can be down right scary. Below are dating tips to get you out there and dating in no time.

  • Don't be afraid to flirt.
  • Be adventurous.
  • Get out there and meet new people.
  • Make new friends. They will introduce you to their friends.
  • Be confident.
  • Participate in new activities.
  • If you are invited to go somewhere, go! You never know whom you'll meet.
  • Compliment someone.
  • Don't worry about finding Mr. or Mrs. Right. Just have fun.
  • Don't take yourself too seriously.
  • Accept compliments.
  • Take everything one step at a time.
  • Don't put too much pressure on yourself.
  • Have a good time.
  • There is no one opening line that always works.
  • Send a drink to someone whom you wish to speak with.
  • Enter a room with authority.
  • Plan to make mistakes.
  • If you really like someone, tell him or her.
  • Don't play games to get attention.
  • Trust your instincts.
  • Like yourself.
  • Don't lead someone on, intentionally or unintentionally.
  • Make the best of a bad situation.
  • Don't talk about yourself the whole night, find out about your date (their hobbies, their likes, their dislikes, their family, etc.).
  • Respect others.
  • Don't give a false impression of who you are.
  • Have good manners.
  • Be honest.
  • And most importantly, be yourself!

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