In the early days of the internet, it was common advice to never meet someone in person that you'd only met online. These days, it's much more common—but you should still take a few precautions. More often than not, if you're meeting someone you've only ever talked to online for the first time, it falls into one of two categories. Either it's a social call like a date or a party , or a casual business deal such as selling a laptop on Craigslist. In most cases, the tips here will cover both, but always be careful to take precautions for your specific scenario.
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Her: [She will respond] You: [Then talk about how you know the host of the party, or who you know at the party and then ask her how she knew about the party]. You: Hey, how you doing? I was just walking along and was going to do some grocery shopping and I saw you. So, what can you say? The last great book I read was [insert the name of the book you read] and it was awesome. How about you?
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Dating apps are a fantastic way to put yourself out there and meet some new people, but it can also be a little intimidating to actually meet IRL for the first time. Even if you've been chatting on a dating app for a few weeks, you might not feel completely comfortable meeting them in person, and that's OK! Fortunately, there are plenty of great, expert-approved ways to feel more comfortable meeting people from dating apps to take note of, so you can get off your phones and get some real-life face-time in.