So you’ve planned a date with a match, but another eligible guy or girl has asked you out too. It’s an unwritten rule that you’re allowed to talk to as many people as you like, and there is no reason why you shouldn’t meet each of these potential suitors for a date.
You’ve been on a few dates and things are going so well that last night he went in for the hand-hold. Is it time to remove your dating profile and send out your ‘Save the Dates’?
Nobody is really sure where the expression comes from, but we do know that the phrase was originally a literal term.
These days, especially in Britain and Commonwealth countries, we think of a kettle as a small enclosed container with a handle and spout for boiling water to make our tea.
And a little later, Thomas Chandler Haliburton of Nova Scotia used it the same way in his : “There’s an end to the Clock trade now, and a pretty kettle of fish I’ve made of it, haven’t I? Could it be that the contents of the kettles of fish looked messy after the fish had broken up under the influence of the boiling water?
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These lessons have been learnt from centuries of dating traditions handed down from one little black book to another.
Online dating however, is a whole new kettle of fish.
It’s not a necessity to sit down and talk formerly about the issue; if you don’t want to date or talk to anyone else online, then remove your profile.
If you’re both into each other, then the likelihood is your new ‘sort-of partner / person you’re seeing’ is going to do the same thing.
Maybe hold back on the latter, but it may be time to discuss the whole dating profile thing.