Why don't people dress up for a date the way they normally do?
Answer from: Julian Avramov:
Lifehacker, writer, poet...
For many people, dating is a significant event, if not a holiday, which breaks out of the gray of everyday life. You always want to highlight this moment
And make an impression, too, yeah
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