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Friday, November 18, 2011

             Mobile Phone Etiquette When Dating: Dinner Date
dating report has revealed some top tips and advice with regards to mobile phone etiquette. The survey recommends that a dinner date is for the two persons involved only and to not let modern technology get in the way when dining. It is advised that Brits need to call their potential partner to arrange the date as opposed to text message; and to plan the date details in advance by talking over the phone.

A top tip if you are expecting a call in the middle of the date is to warn the other person in advance and explain how important it is to respond immediately. This doesn’t mean that you can answer a text message about the latest football scores but rather answer a call from the work boss. When the call does occur, politely apologise and excuse yourself from the table; don’t just carry on sitting there and talk away as it will make the date feel extremely awkward. However, make sure the call is quick as they won’t sit around and wait for you forever.
Technology when dating is paramount as it can be the stepping stone to search for your soul mate by using free online dating sites. But after finding a loved-one, the tools stop there and you should leave your phone in your pocket when eating scrumptious food in a lovely restaurant on a special rendezvous. Even if your date has their phone out on the table that doesn’t mean you can too. And when they leave to go to the bathroom it doesn’t mean you can start updating your status on Facebook or checking the news feed on Twitter.
Focus your complete attention on your first date and under no circumstances should you take a picture of them eating and upload it to social networking sites. What is more, don’t send them a Facebook friend request just yet as it is far too early and try not to tag them on the date in your Facebook places or Foursquare. Moreover, avoid blogging about the date if you know they can see it even if you only have positive things to say. So follow these great instructions when on a dinner date but first and foremost, find your partner at Smooch.com.
                        
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Rick Walker 
Richard Walker
Custard Media
Whittingham, Preston, Lancashire UK

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