Once you have the other person’s contact information, now it’s time to set up a meeting (or “date,” if you prefer.) Given the nature of the site you met on (casual, sexual, hookup-oriented) you don’t have to share your life story or sell yourself too much at this point.
When deciding where and when to meet, continue to keep it casual. Set up a date and time for your meeting that’s sooner rather than later – as in, within the next few days – but don’t get too stuck on the details. Best-case scenario, you can arrange what to do and where to meet when the upcoming date arrives. The less you plan, the less the entire situation can be over-thought. Pro tip: Keep a few date ideas in mind, but most of all, keep it light and fun.
The best casual encounters will always be those in which you can actually be yourself. To replicate that from an online meeting, try to go with the flow to eliminate any pressure, prejudgements, or consequences, and simply focus on enjoying your time with a like-minded partner.
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