I don't know what has inspired me to write this post but it's probably due to the exhaustion of countless "boys" living in some bizarre fantasy land that a girl coming round to his to watch "Netflix" and to "chill" ( and I use that word lightly I really do) is some sort of first date. Now call me what you may, but how on earth is your monthly subscription of £5.99 and your bed in your bedroom an ideal perfect date?
In my head an ideal perfect date isn't you taking me to some fancy restaurant or anything remotely lavish, it's something silly, like going to play crazy golf or going on a bike ride where they'd probably have to teach me how to ride the bloody thing since I haven't the foggiest. A Date is not "Come over and lets watch Netflix." Its "I'll pick you up at 7".The point that I'm trying to make is a first date is where I can get to know a lot more about you, not where you think it's ok to try and have a quick hit and run.
You no, I'm all about the honesty and if that's all you want, then why not be upfront and just say it? Trust me I'm a big girl I can take it who knows a quick hit and run could be what a girl is after too, I on the other hand do not work that way but some people do, both girls and boys and y'know what,that's entirely up to them but what I cannot stand is to be made to feel that all I'm worth is a invite round yours to watch Netflix because I am worth a lot more than that and in my eyes it's just complete utter laziness on the boys behalf but then again maybe it's not, maybe he's just not that into you because surely if he was, wouldn't he put a lot more effort in thinking of something good other than suggesting what every other brainless clueless boy suggest? But then again "Netflix"and "chilling" on a first date is just becoming the norm nowadays so I guess the real question is when did boys stop trying or maybe what we should be asking is when did us girls start to set our standards so low?