We all have been on dates where we needed to say something just so we don’t offend who we are out sex dating with. We’ve listed these totally harmless white lies that have been said by people when out on dates. So which one of these lines have you used? Read on for our sex dating tips on white lies people tell on dates and what they really want to say. â€¢ “I don’t know what I’m having yetâ€¦ What are you going to have?” The Truth: I know precisely what I want to have, but I’m just waiting to see what you will get so I would know how much you are eating / spending. “I don’t check Facebook.” The Truth: Who doesn’t check Facebook? Of course, I don’t want you to know I’ve already checked you out. “I listen to all genres of music.” The Truth: I’m not really confident enough with my taste in music to let you know what I really like yet, so I’m just going to keep it vague for now.
“Oh yeah? Thanks. I just came from work.” The Truth: Yes, I just came from workâ€¦ where I spent half an hour in the ladies’room preening and perfecting my hair. “This is actually my first date with someone I met online.” The Truth: I’m actually on my third, but you don’t need to know that. “I was a cheerleader back in high school.” The Truth: No, I wasn’t. “Yeah, I’ve been here a few times.” The Truth: I bring all my dates here. It’s where I feel safe. “I was out to dinner last night withâ€¦ uhmâ€¦ a friend, andâ€¦” The Truth: I was out on a date last night withâ€¦ a dateâ€¦ and “No, please! I’m totally fine! I feel absolutely comfortable walking home alone. You don’t have to worry about it.” The Truth: I would prefer to be mugged literally than spend a second longer on this date with you. “Are you sure? I can give you money for my share.”
The Truth: No, no, no, no, don’t take me up on that, please! “I’m not really looking for anything serious right now. I just like having fun dating around.” The Truth: I would really be delighted if you were my soulmate, but right now, I’m trying to keep it cool.