My wife told me this one yesterday, about her older sister on a first date when she was a teen.
The guy asked her to show up wearing red, anything red. She wore a red skirt with red nails. He drove her to a well known make out spot and tried to convince her to dance beside the car while he played "Lady In Red" from the tape deck. As I understand, she wasn't impressed.
Don't try to 'neg' me and think I won't notice.
Don't try any of those art of seduction techniques, for that matter. The only guys who would look them up tend to be the ones who are too socially awkward to execute them without it being freaking obvious. It just comes across as dishonest.
If you're going to ask a girl about her hobbies, don't spend the next couple of minutes shitting on her hobbies. The one-up game isn't nice.
Was on a date just last week actually
"Whats your favorite thing to make?"
"I've been told I make a really good medium rare steak"
"Medium rare? So all you do is control the temperature? That's not impressive."
"...Do you like to cook?"
"No. I don't see the need to cook. I can just go to a restaurant and buy food. Haha. Why try to make a steak when you can go to a restaurant and get a good one?"
I think with that comment he was trying to show off that he had money to always go out to eat? I have no idea. But jokes on him, what I like to do on later dates is invite the guy over for a home cooked meal. It's a subtle way of getting a guy over to my place. But that wasn't going to happen with this one.
Ask whether the girl had waxed or shaved her private parts. Then, upon hearing no, tell her you have a razor in your backpack.
I noped out of that one right quick.
Do not say you're in love with her on the first date.
It comes off as creepy more so than sweet.