You are Watching Playing It Cool trailer on MoviesTo. The story of a young man disillusioned by love who meets a breathtaking young woman at a charity dinner by pretending to be a philanthropist. Turns out that she’s engaged to a guy who doesn’t like her going on dates. Challenged by the chase, and egged on by his eclectic friends, he feigns a platonic relationship in order to keep seeing her as he tries to conquer her heart.
You and I have talked a lot about relationships, purity and sex (I know that talk was a little awkward, forgive me for the drawings already), but I wanted to pass along some of the more specific dating deets (do the cool kids still say that?
Anywhoo.) What I’m trying to say is I want to be your Hitch. OK, I’m starting the make this weird. Let me get to the point. Here are 15 dating rules that, if followed, will set you up for success and guide you away from some of the worst awkwardness known to mankind.
So, please read these instructions carefully. 1. Smell Good Let me lay this out, clearly. Take a shower. Use deodorant. Use cologne. Also, that Axe body spray does not count. I’ve been meaning to tell you, but that stuff smells like the tears of orphans, burnt hair and regret. Please stop using it forever. 2. Get a Plan Before you start your first date, make sure and PLAN.
IT. OUT. Your preparation and organization will show her you cared enough to put some thought into the evening. This is good. It’s a way of respecting her. 3. Ask Great Questions You invited her on this awkward field trip and it’s your responsibility to make things un-awkward.
Get to know her. Don’t ask dumb questions like What’s up? Or Do you like soup? Ask her about the things she loves, things she hates, places she wants to visit, what makes her laugh, what moves her, etc.
4. Plan an Experience Avoid romantic clichés and plan a fun experience. Think Laser Tag, Putt-Putt, or a sporting event. DO NOT go to a fancy French restaurant on your first date—unless you’re held hostage by fancy-pants kidnappers. Also, do a little research on cost and appropriateness. I took a very innocent Christian girl on a date to an R-rated comedy club once, on accident.
It did not go well. 5. Be Confident and Kind She wants to feel safe with you. Be strong. Be competent, but also be kind. Don’t look to her to figure things out—take the initiative.
6. Treat Her As Someone Else’s Future Wife This sounds weird, I know. Why would you date someone else’s future wife? But it’s likely you will date a number of girls along the journey to marriage and you need to treat each one with respect and integrity, because one day they will marry. God honors this. Trust me.
7. Stay Close Don’t plan a date that includes a long drive. Stay close to home for the first date. This makes a boring date bearable and it cuts out a ton of awkward driving time. There’s nothing worse than driving three hours with someone you don’t know well. Instead of 3-4 questions you need like a thousand. You practically have to be Barbara Walters on a date like this.
And you, my son, are no Barbara Walters. 8. Crowds Are Your Friend Being alone on a first date for too long is not a good idea—for many reasons. It’s always safer and easier in crowds. Don’t plan a date with a ton of time away from people. Bonus: If the date goes badly you can always people watch!
9. Add Surprise Think of a fun twist to add to the date. I bought scratch-off lottery tickets for one of the first dates with your mom and I broke them out right after dinner. Your mom won $20 that night. It was like magic. Seriously, that probably sealed the deal. What I’m saying is, you’re here today because of a $1 scratch-off lottery ticket. Deep stuff. I’m not saying you should gamble, far from it, however, if you win anything over $100 we split it 50-50.
10. Be Ready to Pay I know we live in an ever-changing world of political correctness and some people might argue that it’s not the guy’s responsibility to pay, but you should. Be ready for it. Also, you should do the math beforehand so you have enough. On one of our first dates your mom had to cover me for some Chimichangas and I still live with that story today.
11. DO NOT Get Physical The theme song for the night should not come from . If anything it should come from . Seriously, though, she should feel safe and secure both in her environment and with you. Don’t give her any signs of physical advance.
If she gives you those signs, run. You have my permission to pull the eject button. I will pick you up anywhere. 12. Clean the Car This one is simple. Do everything in your power to get the funk out. Vacuum, wipe down the windows, get an air freshener—and make sure your dirty soccer socks have been unearthed from the backseat. 13. Don’t Be a Complete Goofball Being funny is good, but don’t turn the whole night into a joke fest.
Think less Jim Carrey and more Carry Grant (super cool actor from a looong time ago, Google him). Actually, scratch that. He was married five times. Just play it cool and be yourself. 14. Honor Her Parents Meet her parents if you can. Speak up. Look them in the eye. Give her dad a firm handshake and let him know his daughter is in good hands. Also, get her home at least ten minutes before her curfew. 15. Make the “Goodnight” Short and Sweet Avoid side-hugs, handshakes and please, for the love of everything good, do not give her a high-five.
Just tell her you had a great time and you hope you can do it again (if that’s the case) and say goodnight. Boom. You’re done. That was easy.
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Hitch Trailer (2005) "The cure for the common man." 11 February , , 118 mins Dating coach Alex 'Hitch' Hitchens mentors a bumbling client, Albert, who hopes to win the heart of the glamorous Allegra Cole. While Albert makes progress, Hitch faces his own romantic setbacks when proven techniques fail to work on Sara Melas, a tabloid reporter digging for dirt on Allegra Cole's love life.
When Sara discovers Hitch's connection to Albert – now Allegra's boyfriend – it threatens to destroy both relationships. Watch the official Hitch 2005 trailer in HD below or find more . (2015) 16 January 2015 Doug Harris is a loveable but socially awkward groom-to-be with a problem: he has no best man. With less than two weeks to go until he marries the girl of his dreams, Doug is referred to Jimmy Callahan, owner and CEO of Best Man, Inc.
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My niece, Charlotte, is turning 3 in November, but she already has the upper hand on the boys her age. My cousin adopted a Hungarian boy named Paul. He's 5, and he adores Charlotte, but she is not impressed.
There's a famous picture of the two of them with Paul throwing his arms around her as she recoils in disgust. Paul's first words were: "Where's Charlotte?" So, when Charlotte finally made her entrance (and it was a grand entrance), Paul bee-lined to her and hugged her.
Charlotte, pushed him off, stared him down, and contemplated hitting or running. We held our breath during these tense moments, praying that Charlotte would refrain from swinging at Paul. My cousin broke the silence: "Paul...you have to play it cool buddy." The saddest thing about that story is that I could benefit from Did I mention Paul's five? "Playing" it cool seems so opposite of what I should do. And I"m not an actor. my whole being is vibrating with excitement.
So why doesn't it ever pay for me to I've attempted to play it cool in the following ways: I'm so cool, I don't care if you come home with me. My friend and I once thought we had it all figured out: If a girl doesn't come home with me, I don't have to I can and avoid the 24 hour production that would have occured if that girl had come with me.
I actually do my best when I truly don't care about the outcome. But when I do care, even the slightest bit, women can sniff that out and I'm taken for granted. I'm so cool, I'm going to say "hi" to everyone else in the room even though I see you.
I arrive and make rounds, talking to everyone else but her so she can get more and more anxious. It seems mean on the surface, but it sure makes that "hello" more special when she has to wait for it. And, I always do make my way over to her. Sometimes this game devolves into a popularity contest though, as we both talk to everyone else but each other. So immature. I'm so cool, you're just a small piece of the many things going on in my life.
Even though my biggest priorities are and I try to appear as though I have too much going on. If my time looks valuable, then any girl will think she's important if I give her some of that valuable time. I'm So Cool, I'm not going to let you know I like you.
Remember in Grease when Sandy realizes she's attending school with her summer fling Danny but, because he is in front of his buddies, he plays it cool and I believe the quote is, after she asks what's the matter with him: "What's that matter with me, what's the matter with you." The more I pretend I'm not that into a girl, the more in to me she is. If I like a girl, it's never good to play my cards too early. Unfortunately, it does backfire most of the time, and I'm The fact that I have to hide my feelings in the beginning to have any possibility of something working out defies rational thought.
Don't get discouraged when a guy acts like this. We all have a little bit of "Paul" in us, we just have to restrain that enthusiasm because a lot of us have been burned when we make it too obvious, too soon.
Are there any women out there that appreciate an up front, direct approach, or is it imperative for a guy to "play it cool" in the beginning?
What do you think of my tactics, and what tactics have you seen? Does it turn you off when a guy is trying too hard to play it cool? At some point, do you walk away if he doesn't seem to care, or does it intrigue you? Do you ever hold back your feelings to play it cool?
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