Evan Marc Katz on Good Day LA on Monday, August 3rd

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Just wanted to let you know that I’m returning to Good Day LA on Monday, August 3rd, to offer a special first date quiz for women.   I’m not sure if I’m going to get to answer all 6 questions – such is the nature of roundtable discussion on live TV – but it should be a fun conversation.

In fact, in case I don’t get to it, I’m going to give you one of the questions here – and ask for your thoughts in the comments.

It’s the end of the night. You had a really good time with this guy and while the chemistry isn’t electric, you think he’s cute and you’d like to see him again. He goes in for the kiss and you kiss him, even though you’re not exactly sure how you feel. Good move? True or false?

I’m sure it will somehow devolve into a discussion about feminism, money and stereotypical gender roles, but hopefully, we can keep it light.

Have a wonderful weekend.

Evan


 

 

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  1. 22
    bdsista

    When I get a peck or a handshake I get the message that he’s not interested. If I get a hug, similar feelings. If he moves in the kiss, I let him kiss me. I he wants to do a little (I said little) tongue and I am feelin it because the kiss was nice, I will go with the flow. Then pull away and leave him breathless with sparkley eyes. Especially if I think he’s cute! Folk on here need to ease up and enjoy themselves!

  2. 23
    Mary

    I guess I’d say yes, that it’s a good move, because men tend to be kind of sensitive about this. However on the whole I’d say that things are more a series of agreements rather than bold moves.

  3. 24
    Seductress

    “A peck on the cheek?!?!? A handshake?!? A peck anything, for that matter. How about the old ass out hug?

    I gotta tell ya, that is the nonverbal equivalent to saying I have zero attraction and am doing this to be polite & not hurt your feelings.”

    Vino, There have been maybe 3 men who I met online, gone out with for the first time, spent 2 hours with and said goodnight with a handshake. THIER move, not mine. I wouldn’t shove my hand out there as I always think a hug is nice and have at times even wanted a kiss. I let the man make the move and thankfully, have not had to turn my head at the last minute.

    These ‘handshake’ men wanted to see me again and the kiss came at the end of date #2.

    I was fine with it, in fact I got to look forward to date #2 with the goodnight kiss in the back of my mind and the anticipation was nice. I said it before, what is the rush? If people want to kiss at the end of the first date, I certainly don’t think it’s wrong but it shouldn’t be expected.

    As in the example, the girl wasn’t sure how she felt but ‘did it anyway’. Sure, maybe doing it anyway would spare his feelings and maybe give her insight to her own, but I prefer to WANT to kiss someone not just go with it because he expected it.

  4. 25
    Mr_Right

    The important thing is if you’d like to see him again or not.

    So, if you do want to see him again, accepting the kiss is a good idea.

    If you don’t want to see him again, give him the handshake of doom. That’s a fairly easy signal for a guy to read.

    For all the attraction people up above, sure, you can say that women might take some time, others might take 5 seconds, but if you can’t see yourself kissing the other person, don’t waste your time.

  5. 26
    Steve

    If a woman wants to be kissed and you don’t kiss her she will assume you don’t like her. She will usually not say anything. You will have missed out. She will also feel let down if she gets a peck on the cheek or an otherwise sucky kiss.

  6. 27
    Seductress

    “If a woman wants to be kissed and you don’t kiss her she will assume you don’t like her. She will usually not say anything. You will have missed out.”

    Missed out on what? The first kiss is still to come. Even if she thinks ‘he’s just not that into me’ in the moment, when you call for another date, if she likes you, she will be happy to be proven wrong.
    Then you both still have the kiss to look forward to. It may even be better because you will have had more time spent getting to know each other and for chemistry to grow.

    A sucky kiss?….well yes, that would blow it.

  7. 28
    Lance

    Dude, bright purple shirt and flowing Jewish hair…you look like a player! Love it. Also, those chicks are vibing on you.
    .-= Lance’s last blog ….I Met My Future Ex-Girlfriend At A Pool Party This Weekend =-.

  8. 29
    vino

    I’m gonna rephrase Steve’s quote within Seductress’ #27 (& a touch of Seductress’ also)…

    “If a man wants to be kissed and you don’t kiss her he will assume you don’t like him. He will usually not say anything. You will have missed out.

    Missed out on what? The first kiss is still to come. Even if he thinks she’s just not that into me in the moment, when you call for another date, if she likes you, she will be happy to be proven wrong.
    Then you both still have the kiss to look forward to. It may even be better because you will have had more time spent getting to know each other and for chemistry to grow.”

    – Huh??? A couple of points. If she likes you, she SHOULD kiss you. I think most guys don’t mind a bit of coyness, but not even a kiss? What is this, 1875? As the pursuer in this scenario, a kiss or the kiss is how you know hings are moving forward. No kiss, no pursuit. And if you’re gonna make me work that hard for a bloody kiss….

    – I’d rather spend my efforts where I know there is chemistry and she wants to show it too. There are more than enough women out there not to play such mundane, outdated games.

  9. 30
    Joe

    A handshake is the kiss of death. Pun intended.

    Evan’s haircut makes him look like Rufus Sewell.

  10. 31
    Chantal

    So my question, when I read all these posts, is this:

    How do you keep the kiss from turning into a crazy passionate makeout session?

    I’m a passionate person and the guys I date seem to have a lot of gusto. 😉

  11. 32
    Mr_Right

    @31: Try to control your hormones. And for crying out loud, don’t have the first date be back at your place or his. 🙂

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