How To Get A Date On Tinder
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Why This Is The Best Way To Get A Date On Tinder
So setting a loose plan gets your match to start asking herself if she does actually want to meet you. This works in your favor because in no way are you putting any pressure on her to lock something in, but she will also be a lot less caught off guard when you do actually arrange to meet up. Let's break the above examples down even further:
Let’s look at another component of those examples:
Think about what sounds more confident:
A. “So would you like to hang out sometime?”
B. “We should hang out sometime soon"
Of course, it’s B.
What I’ve found is asking more like the example ‘A’ forces your match to be faced with a more formal decision. Asking outright seems almost more “final”.
Besides the fact that you are definitely helping yourself when you plan a date later down the track, one of the main reasons I suggest going about it this way is because it gives you a real gauge of where you are.
What I mean by that, is judging by your matches response, you should be able to get a fairly decent indication of whether she actually is keen to see you or not.
If it’s a yes, that’s awesome, if she wants to take more time to get to know you, then that’s fine as well. Chances are though, making the loose plan, taking the time to get to know her and hopefully make a connection, you might even surprise yourself when she says ‘yes!’
What Comes Next To Get A Tinder Date?
This article has been lifted and updated from my eBook: Tinder Hacked 2018 - A Foolproof Guide To Tinder. Check it out if you want to dig deeper on this topic.