He must be looking for an expensive date... Plane ticket for two... then dinner for two, among other things.I even got a crazy proposal from an old acquaintance who wanted to take me to Spain for a first date dinner. I learned a few months ago that poor guy is still single.
Depends on the date. If one doesn't know ASL, then taking a Deaf person to the movie without any CC devices on the first date is not recommended. It is also difficult to carry conversation with a Deaf person in the dark theater, which make it awkward. As for clubs, that is different. It is very loud, dark, and crowded. I don't exactly recommend taking a Deaf person to the club on the first date.Hello, I am using examples based on what my deaf and hard-of-hearing friends/peers/teachers have said. They have all said to never take a deaf person out to eat or to the movies for the first date, as it is often a difficult experience. And by uneducated I meant that they may not know deaf culture, also they may be unexperienced dating in the deaf world.
LOL. He still likes to make extravagant dates. I've heard from others that he is a serial dater. Someone told me the woman he used to date is fixed on him for a while and hope he would marry her, but it never happened. It must have driven his traditional Mexican parents loco that he will never settle down and give them grandchildren. I think he is approaching his 60s soon. He is not my type, anyway. He hoped to change my mind after I turned him down the first time and he found out I am married. He was whining like he tried to get my attention that he was too late. That was his side I haven't had seen before. See ya, Casanova!He must be looking for an expensive date... Plane ticket for two... then dinner for two, among other things.
Thanks. That's life! lol Sounds like my old date. He had no idea he was like that. When he asked me for a date, I suggested meeting at a restaurant and he was fine with it. I showed up and saw him talking to two women outside the restaurant. He saw me and approached me. I asked him if he knew them. He said he didn't. He was trying to sell them the insurance. He is so persistent.Babaro - sorry you had to endure that date! This is not related to dating, but when I had a store, this guy from the local newspaper would stop by almost every day, and spend about 2 hours just talking to me, and trying to get me to buy his newspapers. He just wouldn't take any hints to leave me alone!
That's true. People tend to set their high standards they miss out their opportunity. Compromise, patience and communication are so vital to the relationship, so it will thrive. It's a teamwork and it is much tougher.LOL! Geez... so many people are like that these days - so focused on advancing themselves, rather than sticking with being in the present,
with the person. (One reason I'm still single. It's so hard to meet a genuine person these days.)
I have been wondering about your statement above about your old dates. I'm curious why a park, or the beach, weren't to your taste? The others, I certainly could understand.
I used to live in California. Everything is crazy and wild over there. Totally unpredictable. lolHey
I'm totally with you 100%! Nice to meet another person who feels this way!
Ah, makes sense - maybe it's because we are in different places - The parks and beaches here are very quiet and not obtrusive, but what you said, makes sense.