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Tuesday, October 21st, 2014

10 Reasons Why Women Shouldn't Go To The Movies For First Date

Many women are accustomed to being propositioned by a potential love interest for a night out at the movies.   Although a movie can be an enjoyable choice for a date night, it may be a bad idea for a first date.  There are numerous reasons why a movie date could potentally be a disaster for a first date and we have highlighted a few important ones.

That being said, ladies flip through our list of the 10 reasons why women shouldn’t go to the movies for a first date and take heed to these things or you may end up regretting it. Lol!

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Comments

  1. The part about bad breath is hilarious! That happen to me I had to hold my breath the whole night. Let’s just say I never saw him again.

  2. Mr. Wendell says:

    To: Stan Castle, the author of this article.

    Any woman taking your advice, will end up having “Ben and Jerrys,” on the couch alone. Why is it that women forget the main reason men take them to the movies is the obvious (they are nervous too.) It’s a first date, if any woman has all these high expectations about a first date. THEN you should foot the BILL.

    Men want to first feel you out and see if you are worth their time and money, just as much as women. ALSO remember the ratio of men to women is about 1 to 5, and higher when you factor in attractive, working, funny, heterosexual men to women. The ratio, then becomes about 1 to 15 in favor of MEN…

  3. “A man who has his finances together wouldn’t have an issue with impressing a woman with the finer things in life — even on the first date!”

    ONLY a sucka does that, whoever wrote this is a clown and has NO SENSE whatsoever…

    Wack a$$ article.

  4. This list is stupid and the writer comes off shallow. U always keep it simple on the first date. No one is gonna break the bank on someone they JUST met. And they have phones and email if u want to get to know someone. Usually u go to DINNER first and then the movie… Hence the phrase “Dinner and a Movie.”. As far as not being able to get a good look at him because it’s dark…. U usually get a pretty good look when he asks u out. That’s y u accepted in the first place right? Oh, and buying a nice bottle wine does not warrant him being financially stable- its wine, not a car. Hell, he might have dipped into his savings for all i know. I never get caught up in how much he spent on the 1st “nice” date. He could be frontin just to lure me in. Now if he keeps the “nice” dates consistent…..then THAT’S a man who is financially stable.

  5. I’m laughing right now! Why are all the men answering this post shying away from buying a bottle of wine? It’s wine not a house. I

    And 8Esbaby you’re exactly right about keeping the dates “consistent.”

  6. These reasons are weak and make women seem impossibly high maintenance. I mean really? A five course meal on a first date? This makes me ashamed to be a women. If these are the best reasons you can come up with, you shouldn’t be writing

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