Unless you’re friends with the town drunk, you probably don’t have to worry about having an audience as you try to figure out if the guy at the bar ordering a two-dollar drink remotely resembles sk8ter85’s profile pictures. At least you’re both starting on the same, awkward page. I have it on good authority, meaning I asked a handful of my single guy friends, that a Tuesday date definitely indicates interest, in at least getting into your pants.
One revealed, “I always go for a Tuesday date because it gives me four days to lay serious game so we can get to the good stuff that weekend.
I texted him saying, “I like you, but it doesn’t seem like you have time for me.” I fully expected him to write back agreeing, and then things would be over. Instead, he wrote back saying that he wanted to see me again and made plans right away.
When we hung out, we talked about the text I sent him and he told me he was sorry and that he was just out of town and didn’t even realize how much time had gone by.
The Wednesday Night Date: Statistically speaking, it’s the best night of the week for a date.
Among all the invaluable lessons in authors Ellen Fein and Sherrie Schneider emphasize this point as the most important.
It may go against conventional dating advice, which encourages women to flirt and even strike up a conversation.
The Tuesday Night Date: A Tuesday Night date can mean ambivalence: sure, they’ll grab coffee/a drink with you.
And maybe, if things go well, it will turn into a late night.