Now girls are pretty sharp sighted on a date, and it’s quite difficult to get anything past their eyes on a first date. But then again, there are just a few things that girls never notice on a date!
If you’re read the earlier post on what girls always notice on a date, you’d see that it’s quite difficult to please a girl, especially when she can read you like a full body scan at an airport.
But here are a few things that girls never notice on a date, well, at least most girls.
What girls never notice on a date #1 YOUR PACKAGE
That sock in your boxers on the beach didn’t help you, why would something dwelling deep inside your pants make a difference on a date at a restaurant?
Unless you’ve got a pair of cannon ball in your jocks, that is. She may notice your physique but your package is a farfetched thought.
What girls never notice on a date #2 THE REAL YOU
Women do know that you’re being all that, and extra sweet just to impress them. So do be nice and courteous.
You may be nervous, but put it behind your back. And unless you bring out the real you, the girl would never really know who you are! And she may not actually go out with you ever again.
What girls never notice on a date #3 YOUR GOOD LOOKS
You may be a real good looker, but most women say that they would prefer personality over looks any day.
The ugly good natured men can thank the big guy up there. So you may be really dashing, but unless you can be a great date, your good looks would be forgotten in no time, even if it was noticed in the first place.
What girls never notice on a date #4 YOUR THOUGHTS
No woman is a mind reader. Whew! Thank God for that. Or you may not last a few minutes into the date, would you? You little perv…?
Lucky for you, there are at least a few things that girls never notice on a date. For everything else, you’ll just have to try harder, won’t you?
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