"I get it: Women think that, to catch a guy's attention, they need to flaunt their bodies and personalities, but the secret actually is to pay attention to us. You guys always get all of the attention, and we need love, too! Pay us a little mind, and that will separate you from the pack and pay off in great dividends." – Greg, 38, New York
"It might seem obvious, but most girls usually have one too many cocktails – and after that, they sound and act like idiots. Don't try to keep up with me on the cocktail count. Keep your drinking to a modest minimum, please!" – Tony, 28, Chicago
"Women who act miserable are simply not datable. It is like models who always look angry – what is up with that?! Projecting happiness is critical. If you are not an open, friendly, upbeat and happy person, I don't want to even say hello." – Eric, 27, San Francisco
"If you ask how much money I make, what kind of car I drive, where I live specifically or who I know, you are going to appear like a gold digger. Further, don't assume I will buy you or your girlfriends drinks when I first meet you." – Alex, 28, Los Angeles
"A man who thinks you are easy will be unable to erase that thought from his inherently dirty mind. Therefore, you need to let him know your worth right up front." – Romeo, 34, Phoenix
"Create an opportunity for interaction. If you are standing with five girlfriends in a circle, this does not provide an opportunity for interaction." – Chris, 36, Sydney
"Body language speaks volumes. I won't consider approaching a woman whose arms are crossed. To me, that signals anger or close-mindedness and disinterest. Instead, I am attracted to the women who are more laid back and open." – Jeff, 33, Boston
The guys from Whose Line Is it Anyway (humorously) tell us what not to say on a date.
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