3 things to know about dating and Halloween
According to this article in Bustle:
Of course it’s easier than normal to break the ice on Halloween night, but why not make it a bit more fun by adding an interactive element! We recommend including aspects in your get-up that will make it easier to approach someone or get a conversation started – and that means less pressure on you, too! For instance, Kelly, a POF user from NYC went as a graffiti wall last Halloween. She wore all white, carried around a few markers, and asked others at the party to contribute their creativity to her blank canvas. This could be a fun, flirty way to exchange numbers with someone you’ve been chatting with. Another POF user named Samantha, dressed up as little red riding hood and handed out candies from her basket all night. “It was an easy way to approach someone and everyone loves an unexpected treat
According to this article in the Telegraph:
There is fairly good evidence that feeling afraid can trigger the same emotions as sexual arousal.
It’s why taking a date to a horror movie is so popular. Not only is it more acceptable to snuggle into a prospective partner under the guise of shielding your eyes from a bloody on-screen onslaught, but feeling afraid heightens the senses and increases attractiveness and attraction.
According to this article by Coffee Meets Bagel:
You can have the scariest, goriest costume at the party, but don’t be surprised if you can’t strike up a flirtatious conversation with anyone at the party. It’s hard for a gal (or guy) to think of romance when they’re fixating on the synthetic bloody stitches crocheted across your face.
About Luke Harold Luke Harold is a journalist who has written for publications including the Philadelphia Inquirer and Orange County Register.