When four play the dating game

But, at the same time, you want to let your date know you are interested - and aren't trying to shut them down.If you're new to the relationships scene and aren't sure exactly where these limits lie, we've teamed up with dating website e Harmony to deliver some top tips on how to keep your date keen without giving off the wrong signals completely. A waiting game Woman in thought No show: Turning up unfashionably late is going to give off the completely wrong signal ALSO READ: Clumsy ways Kenyan men approach women An e Harmony poll of 1,000 singletons found that being stand-offish is no longer enticing, with only 4% agreeing you should wait before replying to a message.Whilst it may seem cool to keep your lover waiting, a week is far too long - and can easily be misconstrued as ' I'm not interested'.If you're genuinely too busy to talk, now may be the wrong time to start a relationship.No one is basing how worthy you are off of how quickly you text them back. If you see a message from him and are in a place to respond, respond.Chances are he either has a reason for waiting that long to text you back, or he's just not the kind of guy that's all about his phone.

Yes, there are plenty of fish in the sea and no, there’s nothing wrong with being on a seafood diet, but the opposite sex is not an all-you-can-eat buffet. Intellectually, a girl might be fine with being one of several, but no one likes having their nose rubbed in someone else’s dirty panties. Loose lips, while commendable for other oral endeavors, can bite you in the ass during the post-game playback analysis.

ALSO READ: 11 tips to help you improve your flirting skills It’s quite common in the dating arena for men to play it cool and women to play hard to get - but how far can you really go before they swipe left?

They say treat 'em mean, keep 'em keen - but how cool can you really play it without giving off the wrong signals - and turning your potential love off completely?

They are Dan, Alex, and Marty, budding investment bankers at the same financial firm, which recruited Alex and Marty straight from an Ivy League campus.

When asked if they’ve been arranging dates on the apps they’ve been swiping at, all say not one date, but two or three: “You can’t be stuck in one lane …