We use the word “nice” when describing something we have no real passion for, such as a “nice cup of tea.” Think about things you adore, that excite you or inspire you and then see if the word “nice” can articulate those emotions.
Replace the word “nice”, “lovely” or even “pretty” with something more dynamic and that focuses on a more detailed attribute of hers.
That’s only possible by starting with the ‘real you.’ Make up your mind, in advance, to have fun. Every time you meet someone new, you’re gaining vital information as to what you want (and don’t want) in a partner. Do not go to a movie theater or a music concert on a first date; save those types of events for a second, third, or fourth date; 5.
No matter the outcome, this attitude allows you to walk away with a gain you can keep. Do not become excessively flattering toward a woman on a first date; 4.
If she doesn’t like your choice of venue, then make up for it in the interaction.