Most waitresses are very careful when serving couples on dates. You always have to be very attentive to the female, making sure not to give the male too much attention. Ladies tend to get a little testy if it looks like you’re making moves on their hubby. Most women say they never do this, but what you do not know is that we can still hear you when we walk away from the table, as well as your guy. There’s nothing wrong with being a little protective of your man, ladies have to mark their territory. But with whether the man is attracted to the waitress. This is an inside look on whether the man is attracted to the woman on the date, from the waitress's point of view.
Here are some things I’ve seen that guys notice at the dining table. Eye contact. When a girl cannot keep eye contact for a long period of time, he gets disinterested. It can also make you seem very uncomfortable. Constantly looking down is something females tend to do when nervous, or anyone really. But if you just keep that gaze pointing
upward, it gives off a subtle confidence that is extremely attractive. You don’t have to stare into the depths of his soul, that’s an easy way to scare your date off, but let him know he has your attention.
Hair. It is a necessity to have fabulous hair on a date. It is also very common for a woman to flip her hair around just to show off how good it looks. This is a big no. First of all, you get hair all over the table whether you see it or not and in turn the food, very unsanitary. I’ve seen many male eyebrows rise at a girl who unknowingly got food in her hair (the worst ones are spinach and artichoke dips!). The poor things never know what to say.
Cell phones. This has got to be the newest and worst offense. Calls taken at the table are already considered bad dining and dating manners so I will not even delve into how unfortunate those instances are. Dates are over after that. But it is still baffling that people think texting is okay on a date! Maybe one to your Mom or something, but a constant conversation? No thank you. It isn’t an outing with friends or a trip to the bar for drinks, you’re at dinner. Your date isn’t pleased either.
So with Valentine’s Day on top of us, I offer this advice for all potential first dates and relationships: give him your attention! Stop thinking about how you look and eat, laugh, talk, make eye contact, and ignore everyone on the outside! A date is exclusively for two people for a reason.