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Ok, it's not really the 21st century, but we do live in a social-media world. So you don't have to meet someone in a random coffee shop, or your local bar, or even online. We're all searching for love (or something similar) these days, and this list will get you out there and meet people where they are. This goes for those who are interested in casual dating, and those who are looking for a romantic union. We've broken down the categories and explained how to ace any scenario. Some of the tips apply to all scenarios, but most of them are just for those who are looking for something serious.


The idea: Go out with friends, hit a party. Time it for a weekday, when people are at work. Usually happens when it's cold out.

Where: Random, or maybe a neighborhood bar. Preferably somewhere where they serve food and you don't have to stand up.

What: You're trying to meet women/men. There's a 50/50 chance you'll meet someone at this type of scenario. You'll see people who are out enjoying themselves, and those who look like they've had a rough day. Play it safe and don't approach anyone who looks upset.

How: If they come up to you, don't attempt to chat right away; give them a chance to think about you and at least one of them can say, "I'm interested." Don't force any conversation, don't make them feel like they have to talk to you.

Tips: Don't make any big moves on the first date. Try to look like you don't give a shit, or a better approach would be to not try to be too friendly—they're probably the same. You're just looking to have a good time and meet people, so don't force anything.

Why it's good: You can go home with someone who's great to you and that's it. If there's chemistry, you'll get to see them more—that's what that party is about.

How to: First, relax. Take a load off. The place is designed to be a little bit relaxed, and you have to be the same. If you go over there trying to make a big impression, you're going to look like a dork. It is about enjoying yourself. The second thing is to make sure you know how to mingle—and it doesn
The Three Questions

Once you have had a chance to gauge the person's personality, be sure to ask him or her the three questions: What do you want from life? What are you looking for in a relationship? And what does this person want?


If you have been single for awhile, you may not understand the idea of going out on a first date. "Date" just means you are going out with someone, and people usually don't have to have a big talk about what it is you are looking for in a relationship, only to say, "let's just go out." If it's going to be a first date, try to find out something about the person he or she is asking you out with by talking to family, friends, or coworkers. Try to learn about the person. Bring something to eat and drink for your date, and be sure to bring a certain amount of cash. You'll need it for cab fare and to buy dinner.


Select your meal carefully: You want to choose something that will please you both. Is there something you love that you can enjoy together? If you are both into Mexican food, both of you can try Pollo asado, enchiladas, tamales, burritos, or tacos de carne. You can enjoy a salad or dessert together. Try to set the tone by being a gentleman and complimenting the woman. If you are having a hard time choosing something

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