Bigging yourself up is OK – making it up isn’t so great. If it’s going to turn into anything serious, it’s right where you’ll want to be.Get it in the diary If you can feel something between you – a spark, a lightning bolt, whatever – then why not talk about some events you’re going to be at or nights out you’ll be having and see if he might be there, or if he’d like to come along? When your lunch or dinnertime approaches, you are a little more loosened up and hopefully have a few conversation topics to pull from.It's also very clutch to be able to refer to the day's events when you are still feeling a little nervous.Cons: The main problem with asking at the end of your date is that it’s hard to say ‘no’ if you are face-to-face, so it might not give true reflection of what your date would say if you asked by phone or e-mail.
If the first date was too pedestrian or lacked enough activity to keep awkwardness from creeping up and forcing you to think of things to say, your second date should be all about having a fun and engaging atmosphere, where there is plenty of things for you to spark a conversation from.This will confirm to your date that you’re enjoying yourself and that you’re interested in them.Cons: Asking someone for a second date before you’ve even finished your first date can look too full on and might intimidate your date if they’re still trying to work if they like you.[Read: What to do on a date to have a perfect date] #2 Go together.As with most first dates, you would have met your date mate directly at the venue.