If you are married or have a significant other

@mlhuff12 (799)
United States
January 14, 2010 9:19am CST
On your first date with your significant other. What was your first impression on this person? Did the first date go well? What did you do? Did you kiss on your first date? On my first date I was very nervous. I had met him online. I am a very shy person. So I was very relieved to find that he talked more than me. He seemed very smart and nice. I wasn't really sure if I liked him but you can't really tell if you don't know the person. I didn't kiss him, but I hugged him. We had eaten at a wonderful asian bistro then saw a movie at his place. He seemed a nice enough guy that I could trust him enough to go to his place. Once we started seeing eachother more I began to really like him.
3 responses
• United States
31 Jan 10
I met my fiance at a convenient store. He was detailing the owners cars, and he approached very nicely and asked my name and number. My first impression of his was that he was older than me and looked like a player and he probably had tons of girls. We talked and dating for awhile and since I was right out of high school I wasn't ready for the commitment, I dated other people and had my daughter, we met back up after running into each other at the mall and he accepted my daughter, still i wasnt too sure, so I got back with my daughters father and had my son. Me and there father split for good, and he called me up and told me, look you have been dodging me too long now and this time Im not letting you go. So we have been together ever since. We have sooooo much in common, Cant believe I couldn't see that before.
@mlhuff12 (799)
• United States
1 Feb 10
It is a shame that all that time had passed and you hadn't given him a decent chance. But at least you did in the end. Something like that had almost happened to me. Actually with the person I am with now. He is different than the kind of people I have ever met. Instead of saying no, I decided to give him a chance and to give me time and a chance to actually develop feelings for this person. Not always does it mean you're not meant to be if there isn't great chemistry right away. I had once known somebody who didn't like the person she married before. Eventually things changed and they started going out. But there first impressions of each other weren't great.
• United States
17 Jan 10
My first date with my wife went well... but I didn't think much of her at the time. She thought I was boring, I thought she was too much of a wild child. Well, now that we've been married for six years, she complains that she's the borring one and I'm still wild and adventerous. Go figure.
@mlhuff12 (799)
• United States
1 Feb 10
At least you're both not boring.
@Romaniac (54)
• United States
14 Jan 10
I met my fiance at work. I had been there for about a year, and he just started. One of the other guys that sat next to him, walked over to me, ( I vaguly knew this guy ), and explained to me, that the new guy who sat next time him, had a hard time keeping his eyes off me. The next day, this amazing looking man walked by me and smiled. I had chills up my arms, I knew this was the guy he was talking about. It took about a week, for him to say anything to me, and when he did, he asked me out on a date for that night. He had the most amazing voice, (and still does) that i've ever heard! I haven't spent a night without him since, and we moved to Knoxville, TN from Jacksonville, FL on December 15th of this year. We're now currently living together (:
@mlhuff12 (799)
• United States
14 Jan 10
That is nice. Sometimes it is bad to date co-workers. But I am glad that it worked out for you. Also that your place of employment didn't have a no dating co-workers policy. I hear there are places like that, but I don't really know.