Dating tips flowers
In what’s sure to be good news for gardeners, it turns out that homegrown stems are the most romantic flowers of all.In fact, 69% of people think that the best bunch of flowers is one that is handpicked and/or homegrown – just 31% would rather have an expensive bunch from the florist.The survey also revealed that it’s important to think about how you present your love flowers.If you’re giving flowers to a woman, the traditional bunch is best: 79% of women surveyed would rather receive a bunch of flowers than a potted plant, even if the latter lasts longer.Indeed, it would seem that for nearly half of men and for around 2-in-5 women, this Victorian craze still carries resonance.
A huge 42% of men under 30 indicated that they’d like flowers as a gift, along with 39% of men aged 30-40, 34% of those aged 40-50, and just 30% of those aged 50 .
Listen, there is nothing at all wrong with just having sex. The problem is that most of us are so used to pseudo-dating in order to get off that when we find ourselves on what ought to be an actual date, we don't know how to act.
If you're going on a date, treat it like an actual date.
Mostly because no one seems to understand what dating is supposed to be anymore.
These days, what gets labeled as a "date" is really just an unnecessarily extravagant booty call. You should be capable of differentiating the two and approaching the two different scenarios differently.
With spring finally in full swing, and gardens around the nation starting to bloom, our latest dating survey surveyed 1300 Elite Singles members to find out the facts about flowers and love.