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Unless you were planning to paint your local homeless shelter (which might be an interesting date idea) or you look like Angelina Jolie or Brad Pitt, you’ve come across as being totally disrespectful of your date and the whole dating process, and you’ll probably not get that second date.

There’s one exception: if your date has extremely low self esteem or no self respect, then you might get the second date…is that really how you want it to go down?

A study from Harvard University has found the secret to securing a second date. The Independent reports that the straight men who took part said they wanted to see half of the women again.

I could go on and on listing things NOT to do on your date (you can add more in the comments section), but I think you get the picture.I have been on so many first dates where the other person basically spends three hours doing a monologue, prattling on about themselves, telling me all about their sister's neighbour's friend's dog, but not actually asking me a solitary question about myself.These people are adults, surely they know the first rule of polite conversation is to actually instigate some back and forth, rather than performing what is essentially a one-woman/man show.Most people asked around 10 questions, but those who delved deeper with follow-ups and who asked 15 or more, were more likely to secure a second date. The findings were published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology and researchers said the reason many people don't ask a ton of questions is because they're worried about coming across as nosy or rude.

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