It’s Tuesday afternoon. You have no plans tonight (except maybe a spin class you’re dreading anyway). The phone rings and it’s the guy you just started dating: He was just given tickets to a play you really want to see. But it starts in three hours! Do you really want him to know you had no plans? Won’t it seem desperate to accept such a last-minute offer? “The idea that a woman shouldn’t accept a last-minute date offer is as outdated as the one that she shouldn’t wear pants,” says Della Casa. “While you shouldn’t be so available that you get tossed into the ‘sure-thing standby’ category, there’s absolutely nothing wrong with accepting a same-day invitation from someone you are interested in seeing.”
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