Do you eat and seem like a ravenous rhinoceros or do you suffer in silence with your waif of a date?While they sit there and insist that they can function by suctioning off nutrients from the air, you are smelling your fellow diners’ plates and a single tear rolls down your cheek.
"I have also noticed that due to the nature of people always being connected to their friends or their job during the week, I have started suggesting weekend brunch dates that allow for clients to be more relaxed and less connected, with a more structured timeline.
Fellow matchmaker Stef Safran sees the same shift."What's disappointing to me is the casualness of dating in general," said Safran.
"I think that dinner on the first date is going to go away. Nowadays, so many people are rejoining the dating market at different life stages.
I say grab dinner on the second date."Lee said technology has made dating more efficient."You could probably see every movie playing in a theater by Saturday, but who has the time? "Clearly technology has changed the name of the game.
We live in a fast-paced world, so coffee or drinks just work better."Feinstein said quick, interview-like dates are more of the norm now."A lot of them aren't even 20 minutes.
If you want a straight shooter and someone that enjoys life, date #2 should be just as fun. This person might accidentally fork one of your fingers in pursuit of the last pot sticker.