Should You Bring Flowers On The First Date?
Done wrong, flowers on a first date will ruin your chances. Done right, your odds of getting laid improve significantly.
By Jonathan Hackman
Whether you’re looking for a one-night stand or you’re looking for something long-term, first impression count. This is why plenty of men think about flowers on the first date. In theory it’s fine so long as you don’t go overboard.
When you want to bring flowers on the first date, keep it small. Even a single flower will be a nice gesture. Avoid bringing in large bouquet that’s going to be awkward to lug around and make you look desperate to get laid. Also, skip the roses. Not only are they a cliche, they may signal to your date that you are a lot more serious than she wants to get.
When it comes to flowers on the first date, most men don’t have a lot of knowledge about different varieties. You can’t go wrong by walking into a florist and trusting your gut. A wild girl might appreciate something vivid like a bird of paradise or a sprig of fox glove while a sweet and shy girl might adore a few colorful daisies.