Truthfulness is Important When you and your date aren’t a match made in heaven, the majority of people believe it’s best to be honest. If they realize that they aren’t interested in someone on the first date, only 12 percent of people would be honest about it and call an end to the night.

In fact, 52 percent of the people surveyed say that you should tell the other party—in a polite way—that you just aren’t interested.

Think of it as a challenge—building that mystery will probably make sex all the better if the relationship gets to that point.

Let’s give moms across the world a shout out for being right on this one.

In fact, of those surveyed, 31 percent believe that they can determine whether or not they have chemistry with their date within the first 15 minutes.

The Takeaway: More people believe that it takes longer than 15 minutes to determine whether they have chemistry with someone, and we agree.

Of those women studied, 41 percent of them said they would feel comfortable picking up the check on a first date.

And only 37 percent of men said they feel that they should pay the check. The rules about who should ask out who, and who should pick up the check are changing, so your best bet is to just be yourself and do what’s most comfortable for you.

The study says that building mystery is important to the relationship, and if your date scores the first time, they won’t be as motivated to call you again.

The Takeaway: It’s best to go old-school on this one, especially if you’re really interested in the person.

Plainfield High School students published a robust dating guide filled with articles about safe dating, break-ups and first kisses.

But one page is stirring a controversy that could cost the 2017 teacher of the year her job.

And that’s why unless you keep up with dating trends—or even if you do—it’s a great idea to get dating advice from a trusted online dating guide. We get so many questions from readers that we decided to put together an epic dating guide.