Tanshin, this is the first date Ive ever had (not like were a couple... but that would be cool, me first girlfriend but I highly doubt that). And cutting grass is a job, but not like a real job as working at a store (which will be my first real job).
On Saturday, it will be a predicament. If you care that much...
Lets see... I have work in the morning if I go (no biggier). Then the adopted child (sisters best friend who had an unofficial adopting, its all a joke) Katie is coming over sometime, and I head over Josh's at around 5. I get ready there I guess (we will be pitching in for dinner), or I may just come home, take an insurance of 15 minutes (to make sure Josh is all ready when I go back, I don't know about that) to get ready and so on. Then everyone is going over there for pictures. My mom ordered the two wrist corsages (one for Jacqueline, my date, and one for Stacey, Joshs date) and a Boot n Ear (long story, for me), and boy are they not cheap. Jacqueline's dress is purple and silver, so her corsage is a White 'Sweethart' Rose with Purple and Silver accents.
Coming from a person who has had girlfriends and many dates before (not to come across as pretnetious, but its true) the most important thing about going to this dance with this girl is telling her she's beautiful as soon as you see her, they always like that. Also, present your with confidence, don't shrug your shoulders or put your head down, it's all about body language and confidence. Lastly, eye contact. Can't stress that enough.
Im actually now going with three Juniors (its changed somehow...?), but at first it was one. Its also a friend date (which I dont know if it was from the beginning or not. Who knows). I was planning on saying something when I first see her along the lines, maybe 'amazing' or 'beautiful' I was thinking of beautiful though. If I get pics uploaded, I can send them via PM to you guys if you'd care to see. I got a new tie, it matches Jacqueline's dress (she said if I had a tie along the lines of purple and silver to wear it. Well we found one, and I kinda could use a new tie so we got it. Its awesome ). So yea.
It's all about the dancing though! You have to dance with her more than once, I mean she's your date! Anyway, be sure to be confident, and to have the courage to ask other girls to dance if they have no one. As long as you have the right body language when you do it, they can't possibly say no.
Well, I'm not an expert at slow dance, but here's the bulk of my knowledge of it.
1.) Never go arms full extended with distance in between you and your dance partner. If you're just going as friends, she might not feel comfortable with a face to face distance, but don't keep her away far either.
2.) You're the guy, so as the guy, you lead the dance.
3.) Don't be afraid to start some talk in the dance, not talking at all may produce various awkward situations. So be sure to be leading the dance, and being social. And as always, thank her for the dance.