Sex and Dating Rule #20 – No Dates Saturday After Wednesday

Sex and Dating Rule #20 – No Dates Saturday After Wednesday

What? You said. No Saturday dates after Wednesday? What is this 1952? Well no it’s not, it’s 2005 and sometimes the old dating rules still apply to later times. Why does it matter, you ask? As long as he asks you out, it shouldn’t matter. If he asks you out, it means he cares, who cares if he calls you on a Friday afternoon for a Friday night. right

wrong It matters when he asks you out. And here’s why: People value their weekends. In a world where people can easily clock sixty hours a week, free time is precious and important to them. People want to enjoy their weekends, so most people tend to plan their days off in advance. They like to know what they are doing and who they are spending time with. So if a guy calls you on a Friday afternoon for a Friday night date, it probably means whatever other plans have fallen through and you’re his plan B. And I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to be anyone’s plan B .

You still don’t believe me? Look at it this way: You are teaching people how to treat you (a theme I will repeat here over and over again). And by accepting a date from someone at the last minute, you’re sending the message that not only is your time not valuable because they can call you anytime and you’ll be free, but that you’re going to drop whatever you’re doing to be with them.

Even if you didn’t have any plans, you don’t want to send the message that you’re available when they ask to call you to ask you out. The main thing is that when a guy is really interested in a woman, he will make plans with her at the beginning of the week, because if he doesn’t, he will be afraid that she will make plans with someone else. So, like I said, if you’re going to get a phone call over the weekend about a date, then you weren’t his first choice. And no one ever wants to be second.

(C) 2005 Tamika Johnson

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