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The fallout “You might think you’re being a gentleman asking what she'd be happy doing, but you'll just look like a wimp,” says dating coach James Preece. Your move Plan the date in advance (see next slide), and don’t run it by her.Your Profile Photo This is your chance to be in the spotlight!Begin by choosing the perfect profile photo to display to other singles.“It suggests you’re only concerned with what you want.” Your move Gather info – either from her friends or (subtly) from her – about what kind of food, films or music she’s into. Your move In order to temper your natural instinct to impress and wax autobiographical, aim for a 60/40 split, with her talking for the larger chunk of time. “Nobody wants to feel they have to compete with an ex,” says Preece – even if she was a sadistic harridan. The mistake She had her purse out in a flash and, well, you are a bit strapped at the moment. This, on a loop, is what she’ll be thinking for the rest of the night and most of tomorrow. “Lust needs to blossom into romantic love and sometimes that neurochemical process can be short-circuited by sex that happens too quickly,” says Kerner. Such awkward considerations are easily avoided by simply holding out for a few dates. Unless, you know, that’s really the only thing you’re both after…Already had an awkward first encounter watching her wince through a korma? “Keep the length of what you say quite short,” advises Quilliam. The fallout Despite those sympathetic noises, she doesn’t care. Besides, what could be more romantic than going Dutch? Your move If you like her, show her – even if it’s a first date. The fallout She’s liable to be anxious about you judging her and desperate to reassure you that she doesn’t do this with just anyone. The mistake Gleaning your dating etiquette from old sitcoms and films. Leaving it three days to contact her is a thing of the past.