There’s also something else at play before she even takes the first bite.“Spicy foods spark feelings of danger,” says Reiman, “and a slight sense of fear can give her a small shot of adrenaline and build excitement.” Recommend she try a spiced-up entrée and order a hot dipping sauce with an appetizer that you two can share.As you walk up to her (or with her), slow down your pace and slightly exaggerate your shoulder movements. “She will read ‘confidence’ and confidence is always attractive,” says NYC-based body language expert Tonya Reiman, author of “Do this while holding eye contact and smiling and you will easily catch her attention.” Just make sure you stand tall and keep the shoulder action subtle.
For example, I see tons of guys say "If you come with drama/baggage/high maintenance, etc.
The trick is sliding them into conversation naturally, so you don’t come off as awkward—or like you’re bragging. But you want to convey outgoing confidence, which won’t happen if you talk in a soft, muffled way.
Wait for the right opening, and slip it in nonchalantly. To make sure your voice carries, practice talking twice as loud as you you want to be when you’re out with your buddies.
To make sure that doesn't happen, we reached out to dating experts to figure out what works (and what doesn’t) when it comes to catching her attention.
Here are seven surefire ways to nudge things along to a second date.