Apparently the key to a good first date ISN'T to go hard on wine . . . it's to go hard on cake. Now a lot of my dating history makes sense.
According to a new study out of England, when couples had DESSERT on a first date, they were twice as likely to go out again as couples who didn't.
And it's not just ordering the dessert that's important . . . the act of sharing it is the key.
The researchers found that the act of literally FEEDING the other person a bite of dessert on your fork was a big sign that a couple had chemistry.
93% of couples that fed each other dessert on a first date said they wanted to get together again . . . versus 43% of couples that didn't share food.