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  • Ah, it's good to be out there in the dating world.

    啊,在約會的世界裡,很高興能出來。

  • Time to get ready.

    是時候準備了。

  • After all, you want to make sure to catch the ladies' eye with your

    畢竟,你要確保以你的方式吸引女士們的目光。

  • Hm.

    嗯。

  • What do women look for first when they see a guy?

    女人看到一個男人時,首先看什麼?

  • The best way to find out is to go to the source, and it turns out women have a lot of answers!

    找出答案的最好方法是去找源頭,事實證明,女性有很多答案!

  • These are some of the things every guy should keep in mind if they want to make a good first

    如果想做一個好的第一人,這些是每個人應該記住的一些事情。

  • impression.

    印象。

  • Hair

    頭髮

  • Your hair says a lot about you, and not just about your genetics.

    你的頭髮說明了很多問題,而不僅僅是你的遺傳問題。

  • It's one of the earliest previews of your personality.

    這是對你的個性最早的預告之一。

  • Do you have a nice, clean, buzz cut?

    你有一個漂亮的、乾淨的、嗡嗡作響的髮型嗎?

  • You might be a military man.

    你可能是個軍人。

  • Is it slicked-back and carefully coiffed?

    它是光滑的後背和精心的盤發嗎?

  • You're a guy who has everything put together.

    你是一個把一切都放在一起的人。

  • Are you rocking out a classic mullet?

    你是否在搖擺著一個經典的鯔魚頭?

  • Well, you're likely a good-time guy!

    好吧,你很可能是一個好時間的人!你是一個好時間的人。

  • This may not always be accurate, but if you're looking to catch the eye of that girl at the

    這可能並不總是準確的,但如果你想吸引那個女孩的目光,在

  • bar, you might want to think about what signal your hair is sending out.

    吧,你可能要想一想你的頭髮發出了什麼信號。

  • And make sure that whatever your style, you gave it a comb that day.

    並確保無論你的風格如何,你那天都給它梳理一下。

  • But it's not the only thing that can give away some things about your personality.

    但這並不是唯一可以洩露你個性的一些東西。

  • Facial Expression

    面部表情

  • If you want to approach someone, you'd better make sure you're approachable.

    如果你想接近某人,你最好確保你是平易近人的。

  • You only get one chance to make a first impression, and for many people, that'll start with

    你只有一次機會給人留下第一印象,而對許多人來說,這將從

  • the first look you give them.

    你給他們的第一印象。

  • You might just be thinking about that parking ticket you got, but if you approach someone

    你可能只是在想你收到的那張停車罰單,但如果你接近某人

  • with a scowl, they're probably not going to be excited about talking with you.

    皺著眉頭,他們可能不會對與你交談感到興奮。

  • So no matter what the day is like, make sure you've got a natural smile on your face

    是以,無論今天是什麼情況,確保你的臉上有一個自然的微笑

  • before you make that all-important first move.

    在你邁出那重要的第一步之前。

  • But once you smile, be careful.

    但是一旦你微笑,就要小心了。

  • Teeth

    牙齒

  • As soon as you open your mouth to talk, smile, or drink, you're giving another first impression

    只要你張嘴說話、微笑或喝酒,你就會給人留下另一個第一印象

  • - of your dental health.

    - 你的牙齒健康。

  • If you've been neglecting your mouthwash, you might just give off a wave of bad breath

    如果你一直忽略了你的漱口水,你可能就會發出一波口臭。

  • that will kill the conversation right from the start.

    這將從一開始就扼殺對話。

  • On the same note, yellow teeth or obvious cavities can give a bad first impression.

    同樣,黃牙或明顯的齲齒會給人留下不好的第一印象。

  • So before you get back into that dating pool, now might be the time to break out that mouthwash

    是以,在你重新進入約會池之前,現在可能是拿出漱口水的時候了。

  • and floss to whip your teeth into shape after all that time at home!

    和牙線來鞭打你的牙齒,在所有的時間都在家裡後的形狀!。

  • But your mouth and face aren't the only way you give a first impression.

    但你的嘴和臉並不是你給人的第一印象的唯一方式。

  • Body Language

    身體語言

  • You remember when you were shopping with your mom and she met a friend, and you couldn't

    你還記得當你和你媽媽一起購物時,她遇到了一個朋友,而你不能

  • wait to get out of there?

    等著離開那裡?

  • You tapped your foot, crossed your arms, and hoped she would notice.

    你敲打著你的腳,交叉著你的手臂,並希望她能注意到。

  • You wanting to get out of there was a good signal to send then - but not when you're

    你想離開那裡是一個很好的信號,但不是當你

  • looking to make a connection.

    希望建立一個聯繫。

  • Even if your chance meeting is talking way too long about nothing in particular, make

    即使你的偶遇是談論太長的時間,沒有什麼特別的東西,也要使

  • sure you seem interested.

    當然,你看起來很感興趣。

  • Avoid crossing your arms or looking toward the exit so it seems like you're excited

    避免交叉雙臂或看向出口,這樣顯得你很興奮。

  • to continue the conversation.

    來繼續談話。

  • But sometimes, you make your first impression before you even meet.

    但有時,在你們見面之前,你就已經給人留下了第一印象。

  • Posture

    姿態

  • Imagine you see someone attractive and exciting...but you can't even see them yet.

    想象一下,你看到一個有吸引力和令人興奮的人......但你甚至還不能看到他們。

  • All you can see is their posture in silhouette from around the corner.

    你只能從拐角處看到他們的姿態剪影。

  • What would make you want to turn that corner and actually meet them?

    是什麼讓你想轉過那個角落,真正見到他們?

  • For women, they're looking for confidence, and one of the best ways to convey that confidence

    對於女性來說,她們正在尋找自信,而傳達這種自信的最佳方式之一是

  • is by standing up straight and sticking your shoulders back.

    是通過站直並將你的肩膀向後撐。

  • Even if it's been a hard day at work, avoid leaning over or looking tired.

    即使一天的工作很辛苦,也要避免俯身或看起來很累。

  • Turns out mom might have been on to something when she told you to stand up straight!

    事實證明,當媽媽告訴你要站直的時候,她可能已經想到了一些東西!

  • And as you get closer, you make another first impression.

    當你走近時,你又留下了第一印象。

  • Scent

    味道

  • This one should be self-explanatory - no one wants to stink as soon as they walk up to

    這一點應該是不言自明的--沒有人希望一走上去就發臭。

  • meet a new person!

    認識新朋友

  • So, yeah, make sure you've taken a shower and put on that deodorant before you head

    所以,是的,確保你在去之前洗了個澡並塗了除臭劑。

  • out the door.

    出了門。

  • But there's more to scent than just body odor.

    但氣味不僅僅是體味。

  • If you're looking to go out and meet new people, every little thing matters.

    如果你想出去認識新朋友,每件小事都很重要。

  • Think carefully about what you eat - it might be a good idea to hold off on that double

    仔細考慮你吃的東西--可能是一個好主意,暫停這一倍的時間。

  • order of garlic bread.

    大蒜麵包的訂單。

  • And use cologne carefully - not only can it be a strong smell, but it can trigger allergies,

    並謹慎使用古龍水--它不僅可以是一種強烈的氣味,而且可以引發過敏。

  • and nothing kills a conversation like a sneezing fit.

    沒有什麼能像打噴嚏一樣扼殺對話。

  • And now, it's time to get into the accessories.

    而現在,是時候進入附件了。

  • Clothes

    衣服

  • Ah, fashion.

    啊,時尚。

  • Maybe you're the type to spend hours searching for the perfect outfit - or maybe you have

    也許你是那種花幾個小時尋找完美服裝的人--也許你有

  • five of the same T-shirt for going out.

    五件同樣的T恤衫用於外出。

  • Make sure that before you throw yourself back into the dating pool, you've got the right

    確保在你重新投入到約會池中之前,你已經得到正確的

  • gear.

    裝備。

  • This doesn't mean you have to dress fancy - especially if you're going out for a night

    這並不意味著你必須穿得很花哨--特別是如果你要出去過夜的話。

  • of dancing or something casual - but make sure your clothing send a good message.

    舞蹈或休閒的東西--但要確保你的服裝發出一個好的資訊。

  • Torn jeans and that ratty old band t-shirt from high school - maybe not so much.

    撕裂的牛仔褲和高中時那件破舊的樂隊T恤--也許沒有那麼多。

  • And leave that political gear at home unless you want to cut down the dating pool by half!

    把政治裝備留在家裡,除非你想把約會對象減少一半!"。

  • But to make the right first impression, you've also got to look a little...lower.

    但為了給人留下正確的第一印象,你還得看起來有點......低調。

  • Shoes

    鞋子

  • Unless you're going to meet girls at some kind of nature retreat, the odds are you'll

    除非你要在某種自然休養所認識女孩,否則你很有可能會

  • have to follow the standard ruleNo shirt, no shoes, no service”.

    必須遵守 "不穿襯衫、不穿鞋、不服務 "的標準規則。

  • As soon as someone looks down for a second, they'll catch a look at your shoes - and

    只要有人低頭看一眼,他們就會看一眼你的鞋子--並且

  • may get a strong opinion of you.

    可能會對你產生強烈的看法。

  • This doesn't mean you have to spring for a fancy new pair, but make sure you're not

    這並不意味著你必須花錢買一雙漂亮的新鞋,但要確保你沒有

  • wearing a pair of beaten old workboots.

    穿著一雙破舊的工作靴。

  • And before you step in, make sure they're shined and cleaned of any dirt before you

    而在你踏進去之前,要確保它們被擦亮並清理掉任何汙垢。

  • step on that dance floor.

    踏上那片舞池。

  • Speaking of looking up or down...some factors may be out of your control.

    說到向上看或向下看......有些因素可能是你無法控制的。

  • Height

    高度

  • There's some disadvantages to being tall - like banging your head on the top of the

    身材高大也有一些缺點--比如把你的頭撞在天花板上。

  • doorway!

    門口!

  • But when it comes to dating, it might be easier.

    但是當涉及到約會時,可能會更容易。

  • Many girls talk about how they're more likely to talk to a guy if he's tall and imposing.

    許多女孩談到,如果一個男人高大威猛,她們就更有可能與他交談。

  • But if you're less...genetically blessed, that doesn't mean you're out of luck.

    但是,如果你不那麼......受遺傳影響,這並不意味著你沒有運氣。

  • It just means that a guy who's shorter might have to make up that first impression in another

    這只是意味著身高較矮的人可能要用另一種方式來彌補第一印象。

  • way.

    辦法。

  • And there's many ways to do that, but it all comes down to one word.

    有許多方法可以做到這一點,但都歸結為一個詞。

  • Confidence

    信心

  • Do you want to win someone over with your first impression?

    你想用你的第一印象來贏得別人的青睞嗎?

  • Act like you already have.

    表現得像你已經有了。

  • There's no one way to do this, and a lot of guys on the internet will have bad advice

    沒有一種方法可以做到這一點,互聯網上的很多人都會有不好的建議。

  • for you.

    為你。

  • No, you shouldn't make a negative comment about her appearance to show your confidence

    不,你不應該對她的外表做負面評論以顯示你的自信

  • - that's just going to get you a drink in the face.

    - 這只是要讓你在臉上喝上一杯。

  • But make sure to put a little swagger in your step before you make that first impression,

    但是,在你給人留下第一印象之前,一定要在你的腳下放上一點豪氣。

  • approach with confidence, and have your first words planned before you open your mouth.

    充滿信心地接近,並在開口前計劃好你的第一句話。

  • You're a catch - act like it!

    你是一個接盤俠--要表現得像個接盤俠!"。

  • But sometimes, you make that first impression before you ever talk to someone.

    但有時,在你與人交談之前,你就已經留下了第一印象。

  • How You Treat Others

    你如何對待他人

  • You never know who's watching, so when you're trying to make a good first impression, you

    你永遠不知道誰在看,所以當你想給人留下良好的第一印象時,你要

  • should probably assume you're being watched at all time.

    也許應該假設你一直被監視著。

  • Did you just yell at that waitress when she screwed up your drink order?

    當那個服務員搞砸了你的飲料訂單時,你是否對她大喊大叫?

  • Did you sneer with disgust at the homeless guy outside asking for a dollar?

    你是否對外面的無家可歸者向你索要一美元的行為感到厭惡而嗤之以鼻?

  • There's a decent chance someone else saw you, and they may already have a bad first

    有一個很好的機會,別人看到了你,而且他們可能已經有了一個不好的第一印象。

  • impression of you before you even say hello.

    在你還沒有打招呼的時候就對你有了印象。

  • How can you avoid this and ensure a clean - or positive - slate?

    你如何才能避免這種情況,並確保一個乾淨的--或積極的--石板?

  • Don't be a jerk!

    不要成為一個混蛋!

  • But when you do get to make that first impression in person, don't fall into some common mistakes.

    但是,當你確實要給人留下第一印象時,不要陷入一些常見的錯誤。

  • Sense of Humor

    幽默感

  • It's a great way to break the ice by making a joke, but not everyone has the same sense

    開玩笑是打破僵局的好辦法,但不是每個人都有同樣的感覺

  • of humor.

    的幽默感。

  • You want to give your love connection the impression you're a funny guy, but not a

    你想給你的愛情關係留下你是一個有趣的人的印象,但不是一個

  • clown.

    小丑。

  • Avoid self-deprecating humor - that could just get awkward.

    避免自嘲式的幽默--那可能會變得很尷尬。

  • Try not to repeat any jokes that you've heard a lot - the odds are she's heard it

    儘量不要重複任何你已經聽過很多的笑話--她有可能已經聽過了。

  • to.

    到。

  • And for pete's sake, leave all of Uncle Jimmy's jokes that he says aren't politically

    看在上帝的份上,把吉米叔叔說的那些不涉及政治的笑話都留下吧。

  • correct anymore at home - there's a reason he keeps getting thrown out of family dinners.

    在家的時候,他不再正確了--他一直被趕出家庭聚餐是有原因的。

  • But make sure your response to her jokes doesn't send the wrong signal either.

    但要確保你對她的笑話的迴應也不會發出錯誤的信號。

  • Laugh

    笑一笑

  • It seems simple, right?

    這似乎很簡單,對嗎?

  • You hear something funny, you laugh!

    你聽到一些有趣的事情,你就會笑!

  • But how do you laugh, exactly - and what message does it send?

    但是,你到底是怎麼笑的--它發出了什麼資訊?

  • If you barely laugh or seem overly controlled - like an old English Count chortling at the

    如果你幾乎不笑,或者看起來過度控制--就像一個老英國伯爵在笑。

  • newspaper comics - you might seem to stuffy.

    報紙漫畫--你可能看起來很悶。

  • On the other hand, if you roar with laughter at the slightest joke, you might seem a bit

    另一方面,如果你聽到最輕微的笑話就大笑起來,你可能會顯得有點

  • too larger than life.

    太大了,比生命還重要。

  • And if you don't find something funny, don't force it - a fake laugh is usually worse than

    如果你覺得某件事情不好笑,不要強求--假笑通常比

  • no laugh at all, and can send the entire conversation south.

    一點也不笑,而且可以把整個對話送去南方。

  • But what you don't do can be as significant in a conversation.

    但你不做的事在對話中也可能同樣重要。

  • Eye Contact

    眼球接觸

  • If you're not interested, she won't be interested either.

    如果你不感興趣,她也不會感興趣。

  • And what's the clearest way to send the signal that you're not invested in the conversation?

    那麼,什麼是最明確的方式來發送信號,表明你沒有投入到對話中?

  • Let your eyes wander elsewhere.

    讓你的眼睛在其他地方徘徊。

  • Whether it's to the drink menu, or to your watch or phone, or to that blonde at the end

    無論是對飲料菜單,還是對你的手錶或手機,還是對最後的金髮女郎

  • of the bar, your wandering eyes could easily bring a premature end to the conversation.

    在酒吧裡,你徘徊的目光很容易使談話過早結束。

  • So keep them firmly fixed on the object of your affection, as if she's the most interesting

    所以要把它們牢牢地固定在你愛慕的對象上,就好像她是最有趣的人。

  • thing in the room.

    房間裡的東西。

  • Because if she's not - what are you doing here?

    因為如果她不在--你在這裡做什麼?

  • And your grandma might help you with this next one.

    而你的祖母可能會幫助你完成這下一個任務。

  • Manners

    禮儀

  • We've already been overDon't be a jerk”, but there are a lot of ways to make

    我們已經討論過 "不要成為一個混蛋",但有很多方法可以使

  • a bad first impression when it comes to manners.

    當涉及到禮儀問題時,第一印象很差。

  • You should probably keep the foul language to a minimum - more so if you're attending

    你也許應該儘量少說髒話--如果你參加了,就更應該如此。

  • a Church social, but maybe less so if you're meeting at a biker bar!

    教會的社交活動,但如果你們在騎自行車的人的酒吧見面,可能就不那麼重要了!"。

  • And if she's talking, try not to interrupt or bring everything about the conversation

    如果她在說話,儘量不要打斷或帶來關於談話的所有內容

  • back to your interests - even if you do think you're pretty interesting.

    回到你的興趣上來--即使你確實認為自己很有趣。

  • This should be common sense stuff - but you'd be surprised by how many guys miss this basic

    這應該是常識性的東西--但你會驚訝於有多少人錯過了這個基本的東西

  • spot check.

    抽查。

  • And there's another way to make a first impression.

    還有一種方法可以給人留下第一印象。

  • Hands

  • This is another area where some basic hygiene makes a difference - make sure that your nails

    這是另一個領域,一些基本的衛生狀況會有所改變 - 確保你的指甲

  • aren't too long and that there's no gunk under them before you go out on the town.

    在你出城之前,你要注意不要太長,而且下面沒有垃圾。

  • But even if your hands are in decent shape, how you use them matters.

    但是,即使你的手的狀態很好,你如何使用它們也很重要。

  • A handshake is a pretty good way to introduce yourself, but make sure your handshake is

    握手是一種相當好的自我介紹方式,但要確保你的握手是

  • appropriate.

    適當的。

  • Put a little confidence into it, but don't go overboard - nothing ruins a first impression

    投入一點信心,但不要太過分--沒有什麼能毀掉第一印象。

  • like crushing her fingers.

    像壓碎了她的手指。

  • And if you're prone to sweaty hands when nervous, give them a good wipe on a napkin

    如果你在緊張時容易出手汗,就用餐巾紙好好擦拭一下。

  • before saying hello.

    在打招呼之前。

  • But today, your first impression might happen before you ever meet someone.

    但是今天,你的第一印象可能發生在你見到某人之前。

  • Your Social Media Presence

    你的社會媒體存在

  • There are other ways to meet someone besides sidling up to them at the bar.

    除了在酒吧裡與人搭訕,還有其他方法可以認識對方。

  • If you've matched with someone on a dating site and are meeting them in person, there's

    如果你在約會網站上與某人匹配,並與他們見面,有

  • a good chance that they've already gained a first impression of you.

    一個很好的機會,他們已經對你有了第一印象。

  • Does your Facebook have lots of pictures of you looking fit and active?

    你的Facebook上是否有很多你看起來很健康和活躍的照片?

  • Good!

    好!

  • Is your Twitter just five thousand tweets of you yelling at the producer of your favorite

    你的推特是不是隻有五千條你對你最喜歡的電影的製作人大喊大叫的推文?

  • show because they killed off a character?

    就因為他們殺了一個角色而不去看節目?

  • You might have blown that first impression before you set foot in the door.

    在你踏進門之前,你可能已經搞砸了第一印象。

  • But is there one thing a woman notices about a guy before anything else?

    但是,是否有一件事讓女人先注意到一個男人?

  • Put It All Together

    把它放在一起

  • In a word, no...and yes.

    一句話,不是......也是。

  • Your first impression is something intangible - your vibe.

    你的第一印象是無形的東西--你的氣場。

  • Do you look happy to be there?

    你看起來很高興在那裡嗎?

  • Do you look like you put effort into being ready to meet her?

    你看起來像為準備見她而付出的努力嗎?

  • Do you look like a guy who cares about how he looks, or is this just another casual day

    你看起來像一個關心自己外表的人,還是說這只是另一個休閒的日子?

  • at the bar?

    在酒吧裡?

  • No matter whether she looks at your shoes, your hair, your smile, or your Twitter, the

    無論她看的是你的鞋子、你的頭髮、你的笑容,還是你的微博,她都會說:"我是一個很好的人。

  • best way to make a good impression is to act like whatever you're doing, someone's

    給人留下好印象的最好方法是,無論你在做什麼,都要表現得像有人在做。

  • watching.

    看著。

  • So roll the dice and get back out there!

    是以,擲骰子並回到那裡去吧!

  • For more on how to avoid social faux pas, check outWatch Out!

    關於如何避免社交失誤的更多資訊,請查看 "小心!"。

  • These Are the 10 Habits That Instantly Annoy Other Peopleor watchDating Experts

    這些是瞬間惹惱他人的10個習慣》或觀看《約會專家》。

  • Reveal Worst Things You Can Say On a Datefor more instant-date enders.

    揭示你在約會中可以說的最糟糕的事情",以瞭解更多即時約會的結束語。

Ah, it's good to be out there in the dating world.

啊,在約會的世界裡,很高興能出來。

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