eHarmony’s latest research talks about first date dos and don’ts, and how to clinch that exciting second date. So we asked dating expert Sloan Sheridan-Williams to share her advice on making that all important first impression.
From sharing a plate of meatballs to standing on the rails of the Titanic, Hollywood has filled our screens with iconic romantic moments. But why should the stars have all the fun?
When Shakespeare wrote that ‘if music be the food of love, play on’, he probably wasn’t talking about watching a sweaty rock band in the back room of a pub. Nevertheless, we think going to a gig on a date is a great idea
Written by LondonCalling.com for eHarmony London has so many options when it comes to dating, that there’s every reason to pick something a little unusual.
A first date is a chance to make a lasting impression, to prove that you are that elusive balance of fascinating, down-to-earth but with your finger on the pulse.
“I was thinking we could have some dinner and go to the cinema?” Cue awkward pause as the other person fails to be impressed by the least imaginative date idea ever.