For some time now it has always been the men's job to make the date. Personally I was surprised by the amount of emotion in the South Africans, myself included.
They are the ones to make the first approach in a bar, or to ask for a lady's number, but surely this is a relic of the past? I can just offer my thanks for having been alive and living in South Africa to share in part...
How much do you spend in one night at a bar or nightclub, many times not meeting anyone or even exchanging phone numbers?
When you date people you meet, other then at a matching making service, you spend lots of time and resources, become emotionally attached, only to find out many dates later, you shared hardly anything in common.
You'll know before you date and meet people, if you should even meet for a cup of coffee!!
You Date is the source for finding fun and excitement, a meaningful relationship.
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