Sushi dating funny jokes

20 Dec

If you’re into someone and want to see them again, then don’t play games.

Of those surveyed who found themselves on a second date, 56 percent had texted each other right after the date.

In fact, the least ideal activity for a first date, at 14 percent, is dinner. Maybe it’s because you can’t stay out late, so your time is limited, and you’ll just have to see them again to hear the end of that funny story they were telling when the clock struck midnight.

Of those surveyed, 73 percent said their first date cost less than .

According to the findings, the majority of those who made it to a second date actually skipped the first date kiss.

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