You’ve been on a few dates with a guy and everything’s going great.
After the third date — an afternoon major league baseball game — you post a picture of the two of you cheersing a beer after a home run.
You tag him in the photo but don’t post it to your wall or make a big deal out of it.
The caption reads: “Rooting on so-and-so player as he hits a game-winning home run.” Sure, that’s acceptable.
She’s financially well-off in her own right, with a successful career and busy social life, but for her, how someone takes care of her on a date represents how well that person will (or won’t) take care of her in all areas of life.
She wants a provider, so she’s looking for someone who likes to provide for others—and there are plenty of people like that.
Dating etiquette still applies online so in order to succeed, here are some basic principles that must still be adhered to.
Or is your FB profile a separate life all together?
If you want to use social media to help your social life, then take a look at a few do’s and don’ts when it comes to Facebook etiquette and dating.
The greatest compliment you can give your date is your undivided attention, so put your phone out of sight on silent and treat them to your full attention.
If you organised the date, you face the rest rooms while your guest looks at the nice view.