No drama, stick your names down on the waiting list and grab a drink from the bar.That’s exactly what we did and it gave us the perfect opportunity to catch up, and get reacquainted (and for me to remind her why she wanted to go on this date before she sees my competitive side! The bar at All Star Lanes has mood lighting and the drinks are reasonably priced.Ever since the end of the hit series VH1’s The Pick Up Artist, many PUAs have tried and failed at resurrecting another reality show based on pick up. I really believe in pick up because I’m a huge advocate of guys trying to take control of their dating lives.As a wing girl for the ABCs of Attraction, I’ve seen firsthand the struggles “behind the curtain” that many guys experience on the road to getting their dating lives in order, and mainstream reality TV is a great way to get the message out about the positive side of pickup.So, you can imagine it was with great anticipation that I sat down to watch Mehow’s new webseries The Girl’s Game on the Yahoo Network (check it out on Saturdays).
We don’t know about you, but ONLY having one way to approach girls doesn’t sound like our idea of a good time.So, let’s say you’ve been along to one of Original Dating’s incredible speed dating nights and you’ve met someone who wants to go on a date with you, ace!Now for the hard part, you’ve got to plan the date. I’m a firm believer in my ABC formula; A for activity, B for booze and C for chat. Firstly, an activity is essential, and unless you are a stand-up comic or just incredibly fun to be around, I find an activity based date to be the best way to allow the conversation to flow take the pressure off - this is the linchpin of my formula. Whilst optional, it helps to take the edge of those first date nerves, and when I say booze, I don’t mean tequila shots, hammered by 8, home by 9 with one shoe, let’s be clear!You’re about to embark on one of the greatest journeys of your life. Created by buddies Ant Timpson and Tim League, the horror anthology brings together 26 filmmakers for a unique experience that provides one killer death sequence for each letter of the alphabet.