There is no harm in looking for a great guy to go on a few dates with. The only problem is that some of these dates might involve drinking. Drinking is a part of life, even if some do not engage in drinking. Drinking is usually a very socially acceptable practice. There is at least one occasion where drinking is not an acceptable situation.
How many of you are familiar with something called “drink spiking“? This is when an individual puts a drug in another person’s drink without them knowing. This can happen at a bar, party or even a first date. It can even happen after a few dates. There is no set timeline for this to happen. It’s usually done by a guy the woman knows, even if it’s just a casual thing.
In no way, shape or form is this acceptable. There are ways to prevent this sort of stuff from happening. Going out on a date with a really great, cute guy should be a time of fun. Below are a few tips to ensure the date stays safe and fun.
- If this guy is someone you have only been out with for maybe a few times, always stay at the bar when the drink is being poured. Watch the person as he or she pours the drink. At no time should anyone leave their drink unattended. Never, ever agree to “sharing” with others, even if they are his friends. It doesn’t matter how good-looking the guy is. Until that level of trust is established, always keep the body and mind protected.
- Consider investing in drug detecting products like Swizzle Stick Drug Detectors which are available now or Undercover Colors nail polish stickers once they are available to the public. Both products can quickly tell you if there are drugs in your drink.
- When carrying a drink, always keep the palm of the hand on top. This will prevent him from getting into the drink, or anyone else for that matter. It’s also best to only drink from an unopened bottle or can. Never, ever accept a drink that is opened up at the top, such as a martini or beer glass. These are too easily exposed.
- One more thing to take notice of. Look to see if the drink has been moved at all. Look to see if there is something “suspicious” swimming in the drink. If this looks to be the case, then graciously decline the drink.
Going out with a really great guy should be a fun time. At no time should a woman feel like her life is being put in danger. Something as simple as “slipping something into the drink” does qualify as a danger. Only accept a date from a guy that you know and feel you can trust, even before the whole “going out to the bar” type of situation. If there isn’t any trust at the very beginning, there is no way any girl should accept a date at the bar with the guy. Be smart about this ladies, please.