There is a very high probability that he is going to lean in for a kiss on the way back.
Beaches make one of the best venues for short walks with him, especially if its for a kiss trap.
While both financial responsibility and frugality are to be admired, no one wants to date a tightwad. There’s a general first-date rule: If you ask, you pay.
So if he has a good job but hints you’d prefer you order water instead of wine, be warned: you might be dating someone who has major spending anxiety. If your date would rather split the bill — or leave you with it altogether — be prepared for a complete lack of generosity for the entirety of your relationship. If your date dined at home — or on leftovers left in the office kitchen — before arriving at your dinner date, he’s looking to get away with paying as little as possible for the meal. Does your date embarrass you by pointing out the problems with his non-problematic meal just so he can ask for a free entree?
While splitting the bill or taking turns might become part of your dating dynamic, raise a red flag if he’s the one insisting on you taking out your wallet. This also applies if he orders water when he asks you out for “drinks,” and munches mainly on the free peanuts at the bar. If getting a deal is more important to him than keeping it classy, he’s a cheapskate.
If he doesn’t let you order your own dessert, he’s either super-cheap or super-controlling. — to your date destination just to save a few bucks. At pay-by-the-weight buffets, he only selects lightweight items. He talks about money a lot and exhibits anxiety over spending it.
He doesn’t like paying for parking and makes you walk a mile — in heels! He’d bring flowers, but can’t bring himself to spend so much money on something that’s already dying.
He keeps asking you what you are going to do over the weekend. Two people going out together that have the potential to be more than friends. One of the strategies that good first date ideas follow is setting a kiss trap. Setting a kiss trap is when suggesting something to do, make sure the place, what you do, time of day, all have written all over it. He's not looking to do anything HUGE on the first date. That's why the best perfect date ideas are something simple.
That is all you have to is suggest something to do, not calling it a date even though it is technically a date.
Technically, what you are going to do isn't necessarily asking him out.
But if you feel you need a little extra spark, continue reading.
Keeping it casual on the first date is the easiest way get kissed by him on the first date, without making him feel obligated about it either.
If have something set up to go on a walk with him and haven't told him yet where it is you want to go and vise versa.