If you have to be late, fire off a quick text (not while driving! They’re left in the dark wondering, “What happened? ” I don’t mean grilling someone relentlessly, but if you’re going to spend your hard-earned time, money, and energy, don’t you want to be sure you ask some key questions?These questions can help you decide if you even want to see them again.To answer the question, I believe it is acceptable to be honest with your date and even call them out on their appearance not resembling their profile.
Wouldn’t you like to be someone who leaves the other person thinking “who was that?!? It is common courtesy to be punctual for a first date, much less all meetings. I often see people get burned because they didn’t ask the right questions.
Technological advances have made swiping left or right more common than physically asking someone on a date.
There are also drawbacks to online dating, including having too many options, catfishing (pretending to be someone else) and receiving false information.
It also would be acceptable to leave immediately if you recognize your date, and they do not slightly resemble what you had seen online.
If someone felt comfortable enough to stay and have lunch, it would still be a good idea to notify your contact (relative or friend) and let them know of your intentions for lunch but for them to be on call.
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This information is for the mindful person who’s open to considering new and fresh areas around that first date.