... and I went for the kiss.
(Earlier that day, my good friend told me that he has discovered his strength in going for the kiss on a date. He confidently asked his date, "Do you believe in Public Displays of Affection?" It worked.)
Before I dropped off my date to her spot, I told and asked her with a smile, "I am not great at this. Can I kiss you?" (Out of all the dates I have been on, this was my first time ever to ask a lady for a kiss.)
She was speechless as she slowly walked away from my car.
"I am sorry to have put you on the spot," I told her with a smile.
"You just did. I have never been asked like that before. A man would just go for the kiss," she said.
That was the last time I saw her. Respect the lady.
Later that night, I decided to text her, "I did not mean to startle you. I am sorry to put you on the spot. I really like you."
That was the last time I texted her. Respect the lady.
I told a good friend about this story. (The same friend that asked his date for a kiss.)
"Imagine I am her. Ask me for the kiss again." He said.
"I am not great at this. Can I kiss you?"
"You sound creepy. Everybody has a different way and style. It worked for me. Find your strength. No correct answer in life."
My other good friend once told me, "Go with what is good for you." (This relates to anything in life.)
I told this date story to another good friend. She told me.
"No connection works. Why waste your time with that person? You do not need to see them again. You are sacrificing your time to be with that somebody, and anybody."