ALL SEX DATING
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Dating a guy but no chemistry
It’s not the kind of thing you can just come out and say, “I didn’t feel the chemistry,” because it means you didn’t like how they look. Some photos are just not how people really look, and while I don’t think they are misrepresenting themselves, it creates a problem. And if they ask, they can’t be too hurt if you tell.
Especially since before meeting they think you think they’re great. Frankly, I’m a fan of the little white lie that hurts no one.
How about writing a quick email that says, “I had a fun time last night, but didn’t feel that necessary ‘click’ to move things forward.
Believe me, I’ve been on the other side of women who let me know just what they thought about me – even if I didn’t ask.I actually had quite a nice time--despite being in the throes of that nasty head cold, so that, by the end of the night, I had a nice pile of snotty cocktail napkins on the table, next to my glass. He was interesting, sweet, paid me a few really nice compliments in a way that didn't feel uncomfortable or corny, and I genuinely liked him A LOT as a person. At the end of the date, he asked if I'd be up for a second.I said sure--because the prospective of hanging out again REALLY did seem nice.And that's the kind of chemistry that you, as a Hot Chick, deserve! They continue: "It's easy to find a guy who you'll love to talk to ...or share a sundae with, but that doesn't necessarily make him your perfect lover.Lovelies: Last Thursday, I went on yet another Internet date.The guy was a lawyer with what my father would call a "good Irish name"--let's say his name was Sean O'Shaunessey. I did not feel the red hot pangs of lust for this very nice person, who was perfectly attractive, quite smart, and apparently successful.And Laura: I picked the name partly because it rhymed with Pickle, which is what I originally wanted his last name to be, mainly because the word "pickle" is in a song we were talking about. But THAT didn't go over well at all, as you can imagine. You want a man who wants to eat that sundae off your hot body, right? Also, I want to be excited about eating that sundae off HIM.CHEMISTRY CUE #2: Get a Good Whiff In this part, they talk about phermones: the natural body chemicals that give each and every one of us a fairly unique scent. Man, I was like a bloodhound, when it came to smelling him.) CHEMISTRY CUE #3: Picture Your Babies Here, the authors start off with a disclaimer: "Now let us be little bit happy, that's a good sign.