The first date can be very nerve-wracking even for the most confident people.
From the choice of clothes to the location, not to mention the importance of finding common interests for conversation. Everything can seem like a minefield on a first date: even what you decide to eat.
To help you manage first-date stress and avoid unnecessary food pitfalls, here’s a list of foods to avoid because they’re likely to be difficult to eat, sticky on your teeth, or just plain not a good impression.
Even the most seasoned spaghetti eaters can sometimes encounter some problems. To avoid being in front of another person with pasta coming out of their mouth, slipping off the fork, or having to suck the pasta at the last minute to avoid disaster, it’s better not to order them.
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Even less so when it comes to spaghetti with sauce: tomato sauce is notorious for splattering and staining clothes.
Anything that requires time, effort and sweat to eat is forbidden.
You should be looking at your dinner, not your plate. Better to let it go.
When the waiter offers you extra napkins, it’s a sign that you’ve ordered the wrong dish. Any food that requires the use of enough napkins to destroy a national park forest is prohibited.
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So no chicken wings to eat with your hands. Or any other food that is eaten with the hands.
The best-case scenario expected for a first date is that it ends with a kiss.
But even if you don’t, you’ll probably spend at least some time close enough to smell another person’s breath. And no one would want to spend the evening in a smelly cloud.
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Therefore, avoid ordering dishes with garlic and onion. These are foods that taste hard to digest and have a super sharp smell.
Salad alone can be good – there’s nothing wrong with ordering healthy food on a first date.
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However, avoid getting an epithet control freaka for health who asks to remove the croutons from his salad and the jelly dressing on the side.
And, moreover, be especially careful when it comes to greens so that they don’t get stuck in your teeth without your knowledge. Or a prosthesis.
Many people do not digest dairy products well, even if they have eaten them all their lives.
So if you have any kind of dairy sensitivity, or even if you’re not sure about it, a first date is probably not the time to go wild with cheeses.
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The last thing you want is to have an upset stomach a few hours after dinner, just when things start to get interesting.
It goes without saying why it’s a good idea not to order things that might get stuck in your teeth when you eat.
Spicy food can cause sweating, bright eyes and a red complexion, which does not go hand in hand with the concept of seduction.
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So, even if you have a good tolerance level and sometimes like spicy food, avoid ordering dishes with chili or other hot spices on a first date.
Regardless of who pays the bill at the end of the night, ordering an overpriced meal is a dangerous (if not inappropriate) move.
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Not only could you come off as arrogant, but it could make the other person feel uncomfortable or give them unrealistic expectations about your financial situation.
Or simply leave you with an unreasonably high bill for a meeting that may not have gone well at all.
Source: Sito&Rešeto by www.sitoireseto.com.
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