Bonnie: I gathered you all here today to have a succinct Q and A about dating do’s and don’ts, even though you two don’t date. (laughs). But what you would POTENTIALLY do.
Serious question though. Do guys care if girls do their nails?
Judah: I don’t really care. But it’s fun to make fun of them when they don’t.
Bonnie: You once said it’s sexy don’t lie
Judah: It makes them more attractive, but I don’t care if they have their nails done or not.
Rebs: So you’re saying it’s a plus but you’re indifferent about it…
Judah: It’s definitely a plus. Feet though, feet count. Fingers don’t
Bonnie: You care about pedicures but not manicures? But that’s because you have a serious foot fetish.
Bonnie: They say when you go on an interview though the first thing they notice is your nails. I never do my nails. Only for interviews and special occasions.
Ariel: I’ll notice if it’s like chewed up ya know? Or all cracked and chipped.
Bonnie: You guys are both guys that I would say care about what you wear. You guys are pretty trendy. Like Ariel with his outfits and Judah you’re into your plain T-shirts…
Judah: That’s trendy?
Rebs: You won’t wear your watch if you’re wearing a casual outfit or if you think it doesn’t match..
Judah: Yeah if it doesn’t match.
Bonnie: So you care about what you wear.
Judah: Well, yeah I want to look good. I like to look nice.
Bonnie: When you work out do you do it for yourself or for other people?
Ariel: it’s fun.
Bonnie? It’s fun? (laughs)
Judah: You have to care what people think even if you’re like oh well I don’t care what people think.
Bonnie: Do you notice when girls wear makeup?
Judah: Probably not. It depends, if she wears makeup all the time then yeah I’ll notice. I wouldn’t notice if you guys were wearing makeup.
Rebs: I don’t wear makeup.
Bonnie: Rebs wears no makeup. I wear makeup usually but like blush and concealer.
Ariel: When a girl wears eye shadow you could notice. Blush doesn’t really make a difference.
Rebs: Don’t look at me, I don’t wear makeup.
Judah: You’re not wearing blush right now? Really?
Rebs: This is all naturale’
Bonnie: I’m not either right now.
Judah: Really? Nothing?
Ariel: The worst is when you could see cover up like that caky look. You could see it from far.
Bonnie: What’s something girls wear that guys like? Like a universal thing?
Judah: Exercise clothes
Rebs: You also like sweatpants no?
Bonnie: What’s something guys hate girls wear? Not something crazy like a rag but…
Judah: You know those skirts, the long ones.
Rebs: Maxi skirts
Judah: And those baggy pants! You know those pants? I think you wear them. I hate those pants.
Rebs: That’s the reason you hate them, you don’t see the body in them.
Judah: Maybe that’s why
Bonnie: That’s exactly why
Rebs: Ariel do you agree with Judah that maxi skirts are ugly?
Ariel: I don’t know what maxi skirts are
Judah: Centrals are hot. Centrals are nice.
Rebs: Because you could see girl’s butts in it! Oh my gosh you are terrible.
Bonnie: For a first date, what is proper etiquette? Is their a universal things guys should do on a date?
We all agree the guy has to go to the door, right? That’s standard procedure.
Judah: Well it depends.
Bonnie: If the guy is older, not your age…
Ariel: it’s a set date
Judah: If I were taking you out on a date I wouldn’t knock on the door.
Bonnie: (laughs) but that’s because it’s me and in what world would that even happen.
Rebs: He’s saying like if you’re the same age in high school or still so young… we mean if you’re older.
Judah: Fine 100% I agree
Bonnie: What about opening car doors?
I remember we once spoke about this Ariel.
Ariel: Yeah and we said yes.
Bonnie: I think it’s just a plus because I feel like people say we shouldn’t expect that and it’s going the extra mile…but then again we’re relying on expectations like okay we shouldn’t expect it so it’s fine.
Judah: I mean it’s nice but I think they’re fully capable opening the car door themselves.
That’s not where chivalry shows.
Rebs: Girls are also fully capable of opening the restaurant door for themselves but guys do that.
Judah: Chivalry is more about standing up for her. Like if someone calls my girlfriend fat I’d punch the guy in the face.
Judah: That’s where it counts, not opening the car door.
Bonnie: Our opinions will always differ especially when it comes to chivalry.
Where would you take a girl on a first date?
Judah: I have no idea. Café Venezia?
Bonnie: I meant like “a restaurant”, not what restaurant!
Rebs: Like a restaurant, movie.. etc
Ariel: General things not specifically.
Ariel: And you should not take her to Café Venezia!
Rebs: Ice skating roller, blading..
Ariel: Yea, something fun.
Bonnie: Something fun or like dinner?
Rebs: I think the first date standard is dinner.
Judah: Yea like you barely know the person you’re gonna take them ice skating? It’s weird.
Ariel: Exactly, it’s weird to go for dinner on the first date. You barely know them. Doesn’t have to be ice skating, just something fun.
Bonnie: Ariel’s for sure gonna take them to yoga first date.
Judah: Something simple like a movie.
Rebs: But then you don’t even talk to the girl
Judah: No you just talk in the car ride and then afterwards you could talk about the movie. Takes away so much awkwardness.
Ariel: You need something fun where it’s not just you and her.
Bonnie: Like dessert
Judah: Like a tea lounge type place?
Bonnie: Yeah like that
Ariel: Something active. Music.
Judah: Dessert? I thought first dates should be dinner, fancy.
Rebs: That’s what I always viewed it as.
Judah; Maybe there’s no standard.
You just do what you do.
Bonnie: People think, aka parents grandparents, that you go to weddings and meet someone. So let’s say you’re at a wedding and you’re older, you want to seriously date someone maybe get married, and you see a girl you’re attracted to at a wedding…
Rebs: Would you go up to her? Is it intimidating?
Bonnie: It’s weird though what are they supposed to say. “Hi! I think you’re attractive!!!”
Rebs: That’s why it’s not a thing
Bonnie: I think there always needs to be a wingman that’s the only way it works or if you’re by yourself and someone sees you and turns to their friend and says “who’s that girl?” You need a middle man always.
Judah; It’s very hard to meet people at weddings. I heard of that but it’s hard.
Rebs: If someone came up to me at a wedding I’d think like…
Ariel: He’s a weirdo?
Bonnie: Yeah! Like a creep!
Ariel: It’s hard to do it smoothly that’s why no one does it.
Bonnie: So maybe the wedding is just for someone to notice you? It’s the impetus for the aftermath?
Judah: You know men don’t get cellulite? Isn’t that great?
Rebs: You sure?
Judah: Yep, only girls.
Bonnie: Even nature is sexist. Gosh.
Rebs: I’ve had encounters where I’m talking to a guy but he never followed up at all. Is it that I didn’t make a good enough impression or….?
Ariel: Maybe he’s scared or he’s busy…
Judah: Or he could be not interested
Bonnie: Or maybe it’s the first time he sees you so he’s not gonna ask for you number that time but maybe if he keeps seeing you. That happened to me once.
Rebs: But then you might never see that person after that one time.
Ariel: It’s like Facebook. How many times are you have to to see someone till you friend them on Facebook? You get what I’m saying?
Ariel: it’s like I met you once I’m not just going to friend you.
Judah: Yea you can’t friend on Facebook after you see them one time.
Ariel: Yeah, it’s weird.
Rebs: And you can’t do it before either because I don’t know you.
Judah: There should be like a four day minimum, ya know?
t’s a big step, becoming a Facebook friend.
Bonnie: It is? Are you being sarcastic?
Judah: A Facebook friend. You literally got a new friend.
Bonnie: You’re nuts Jude.