So you did it you have a date, But how to date with out a car? You finally build up a enough nerve to ask that person you are madly attracted to out on a date. You may know this person as water cooler girl from work, or my dad paid my tuition Sue from class, or maybe it is someone you just met at a nightclub or bar? Whatever the case may be this angel goddess dime piece said yes! However there is a sight problem, you don't have a car for the date. Well here are some great suggestions you can used to make sure the date of your dreams doesn't know your are without a vehicle.
- The easiest way of getting around in the dating world with no car, and what people used often is lie! But the lie has to be a good one, you can't say my dog ate my car. Remember a lie has to be believable and gives you points on the date. A good lie to tell if you don't have have a car for your date is to say that you gave away your car to a family member who needed it more than you, remember to throw the word free in the conversation. Or say that you really care about the environment that's why you don't own a smog causing car baby!
- Another way on how to date without a car is to meet your date at the date location with public transportation. This helps if you live in a big metropolitan area like New York City . This wouldn't work in a place like Plant City, Florida where they don't have a public transportation system. Also, if you have a good friend who owns a car, you may try asking him to borrow his ride. But like that old saying goes birds of a feather flock together so nine times out of ten your best bud doesn't own a car as well.
- Lastly you can just tell your date from the very beginning that you don't own a car, or anything else on four wheels for that matter. Who knows she may like riding around town on the back of your bicycle, because she likes the environment too. However there is a disclaimer with telling the truth about not having a car for your date, it sucks, and let's be honest who tells the truth on first dates anyway? Save all the truth telling for marriage if it gets that far, or at least until you score.
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