Dating, whether you love it or loathe it, is an indispensable part of the soulmate manifestation process. Eventually there will be a “first dinner date.”
What, and maybe more importantly “how” you order, will let him or her know if you have a healthy appetite for love and life, as well as whether or not you are high maintenance, and so much more.
On these early dates we want to let our large appetite for life, our enthusiasm for life, really shine through as much as possible.
For those of you with gluten or other sensitivities (I fall into this category), it might be best just to order something you know is “safe” for you to eat, rather than engage in a big conversation with the server which will lead to a talk about your various ailments. This isn’t the best “first dinner date” conversation to have.
If you are vegan or vegetarian, no problem, as long as you aren’t sitting in judgment if your date orders a steak. I believe that everyone has to decide for them selves which foods best serve their body type. If you are a strident vegan, and you can’t watch anyone eat meat products, that is something to figure out BEFORE you go out on a dinner date.
For those of you “foodies” out there…be adventurous and let your date know that you love trying new things. Foodies need to find each other!
One other thought: Judging how someone else eats, even if you believe they are harming themselves, is toxic to you not them.
What got me thinking about all of this was a blog I recently read by Katie Oldenburg at www.thefrisky.com on this topic. Here’s what she thinks your first date food order says about you… you decide for yourself!
Anything With Garlic: I have no self-awareness or foresight … or I don’t like you.
Tacos: I’m impulsive and a short-term thinker.
Burger And Fries: I want something delicious because I’m hungry. It’s not glamorous and you may judge me for it, so go ahead.
Buffalo Wings: I’m adventurous and not afraid of getting down and dirty.
Pasta: I’m a romantic. There’s something seductive about a savory plate of pasta, as long as sauce isn’t dripping all over the place.
Steak: I’m dominant and powerful. Anybody who wants to slice into a big filet with a steak knife says “I’m in control” (and maybe that attitude will spill into the bedroom later on).
Chicken: I play it safe. May be perceived as boring.
Pizza: I’m down-to-earth. I’m not too uppity, but I also might not be very adventurous.
Meatloaf: I’m not here to impress you. There’s nothing impressive or sexy about meatloaf, therefore there’s nothing impressive or sexy about this date.
Quesadilla: I’m fun, easy going and playful.
Surf And Turf: I’m fancy, sort of materialistic and don’t care about money, because you’re paying.
Salmon: I like you and consider your feelings. I chose a lean piece of fish that’s not too smelly or hearty, tastes good and is classy.
Chicken Fingers: I am a child trapped in an adult’s body and am unaware that you’re probably judging me.
One last thought. When I was dating, I would generally eat something before going out to dinner, because I didn’t want anyone to see just how ravenous I can become when I get hungry and I am a super sloppy, messy eater. I would generally order something that I liked ”enough” that wouldn’t end up all over me, or them!
Wishing you love, laughter and magical kisses,