Ten Things Not To Do In A Car On A First Date: Introduction
Now we know you personally are more than aware of these ten things not to do in a car on a first date. Here, we’re talking to those other people, the ones that don’t know. After all, handled with a bit of common sense, a first date can be a wonderful thing. There’s the potential promise of enjoying new and fulfilling adventures together, the unrivaled thrill of getting to know someone you’re genuinely attracted to, and the anticipation of, well…
Let’s just say there’s a lot to look forward to—and leave it at that.
Now, unless you live in some godforsaken place like New York City where people consider cars more of a problem than a pleasure, odds are your first date will probably involve a car. Being in a car with another person is one of the more intimate experiences two people can share. You’re all alone, you’re close enough together to be directly affected by one another’s actions, and if you’re the passenger, you’ve literally placed your life in the other person’s hands.
For these reasons, there are quite a few things you really should avoid doing. Truthfully speaking, they are all pretty much common sense. However, as our sainted grandmother always used to so wisely say; “Baby, common sense really ain’t so common.”