Social networking has become the basis of our life these days. Earlier, we used the social networking platforms to keep in touch with our friends and relatives. However, gradually we got talking to strangers too who eventually become our online friends. So, not to confuse real and Facebook friends, we caution you that you don’t actually know how he or she is as a person. Sometimes, they become lifetime friends while others stay there only to stalk you. And if you talk about meeting them, it wouldn’t be dangerous but for the sake of your safety, you need to be a little careful. And KHURKI wants to share with you some precautions that will prove helpful for you.
Meet in a public place
Public places like restaurants and coffee shops are best suited for the first meetings. Here you can have a nice space and comfortable atmosphere.
Try to talk more
It does’t mean a chatter box, but have enough chit chat to know each other as a person. And this can’t be done in a single meeting. You can meet him once or twice in a week.
Don’t open up immediately
Don’t let him get the whole idea of your personality and you better control. I am not asking to pretend but don’t let him get the idea of the naughty part of yours.
Remember that Munna Bhai funda?
Maintain the dignity…mind your ways and don’t call the waiter by chh-chh or by Chhotu. As if you do this, she can judge your class.
Try to know each other’s preferences
You can discuss some issues and can have a decent discussion over the topic, by this you will be able to understand the opinions.
Don’t judge but try to understand
Sometimes you try to judge the person on the other side very quickly, but don’t do it here. Though you have been online friends but as a person he’s still a stranger to you. So give yourself and him some time to get the actual picture.
Don’t assume it to be a fairy tale
“Love at first sight”…this is something you assume while going for such meetings. But, keep in mind that it’s not like you are going for a date as it’s just the first meeting…and actually first sight is always an attraction, it’s not love.