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couple-lunch-date-200Where did the first caveman take the first cavewoman on their first date? It must have been to dinner— maybe a nice mastodon steak with a side of ferns. Eating and dating have always gone together.

JESSA: I’ve got eating in a restaurant when I’m on a date down to a science. I gauge my nervousness and, depending on how I feel, I determine whether I can order something requiring utensils. If I’m really jittery, I worry about shaking, so I order a hamburger or something I can eat with my hands.

I’ve ordered soft drinks and never taken a sip from them throughout the entire meal. Why? They came without a straw and I was afraid my hand was shaking too badly to pick up the glass. If a straw is there, I can slide the drink to the edge of the table, lean down and take a sip. Without a straw, I generally don’t drink.

HANAHAH: I was 10 and 11 and thinking about what I would order when I was finally old enough to go out. I remember deciding on a tuna fish sandwich and a 7-Up. They seemed like the most feminine thing I could order. It’s now 30 years later and if I were with a man I really loved (who really loved me), I’d order a thick steak and a bottle of red wine.

Read more: http://www.suntimes.com/lifestyles/26364509-423/you-learn-a-lot-dining-on-a-date.html


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