The girl or boy who was oh so perfect on paper -- wasn't oh so perfect in person.It often makes me wonder: Is our lack of physical attraction, the way we are repelled by a person's taste, our bodies' way of protecting us against someone who -- if we were to dare to get to know a little further -- could be inherently bad for us?While this isn’t a bad thing, it might mean that one person wasn’t comfortable opening up, or perhaps there was mutual defensiveness on both sides. That, and Timing The comparison may seem a little cold, but let’s face it: first dates are very much like interviews.Exude confidence, be comfortable in your own skin, be interested and kind to your first date, and chances are you’ll get a second one.However, there is a limited time window in which most people decide on whether or not they’ll want to see someone again.According to our respondents, 44% of women and 46% of men decide within the first twenty minutes whether or not a second date is in the cards.
It's the impenetrable desire that oozes from our pores when all we want to do is touch the bare skin of the gorgeous entity taking up space on the other side of the bar. It's a glorious high unparalleled to anything else in the entire universe. It's when just a light touch that exists for a mere second between two fingertips feels akin to explicit sex. We can't rationalize why our bodies feel a specific way. And then our precious pout will meet their precious pout -- and something is off. If we're unlucky, we feel almost from just their kiss (at no fault of theirs). It's the unexpected electric shock of sexuality that surges through our bodies when we accidentally brush up against a stranger in a crowded subway car.It's the palpable heat that ignites when two bodies ever so suddenly find themselves inexplicably to one another.Most people aren’t sure exactly what it is, but they know it when they feel it.If you have good chemistry with someone, such as on a first date, you’ll want to pursue more time with him or her.
If there is bad chemistry, then it’s unlikely you’ll want to see each other again.