So you are having a first date with a special someone on Valentine's Day. You're ecstatic. But here's the big first date question:
If you were to go on a first date with someone, would you be offended if the date pulled out a Groupon deal? Would you believe the person is cheap if the first date was sponsored by a Groupon deal?
I mean, the date did buy the Groupon deal.
Well, on a quick poll women said they would not be offended if a date pulled out a Groupon deal on a first date, not even if that first date was on Valentine's Day.
Why do women think using a Groupon deal on the first date is not a big offense?
Here's my two cents:
A man that's money smart and trying to rise to the top is A-Okay in my book. Groupon has great deals and I highly recommend anyone sticking to a budget, but ready to have fun, stock up on some Groupon deals for Valentine's Day.
A man that's a planner and a saver is always a good look to the ladies. In fact, he will increase his odds of having a second date with a woman on her A-game.
As long as you're not taking a woman to McDonalds on Valentine's Day, you should be good. If you're really tight on a budget, Chipotle or Chick-fil-A will still do wonders.
All you need to do is carry yourself with respect and make a woman laugh and smile to make her Valentine's Day a great one. A woman is more concerned with how much time you invest in enjoying her company than anything else. Oh, and you having a good character.
Wine and dine with your Groupon deals and you will be a winner on Valentine's Day. Fromgirltogirl is posting a Valentine's Day Guide from now until the big day! The Valentine's Day guide is created to make your Valentine's Day the best thus far!