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Looks like we have a new dating landscape in which you can embrace your inner eater and dater at the same time.

Take, for instance, the traditional "paying of the bill." Some may think that their date not offering to pay the tab would end all potential for future dates. Only 36 percent of people feel that way, which means over 60 percent think laying down the cash is not an issue.

Add to that, 69 percent of those surveyed also believe a date stealing food off your plate isn't taboo and 60 percent of people prefer to order in for the "ideal" third date instead of a night out.

And in basketball, o„fficials dumped the no-dunk rule after fans complained that it made play less exciting. Women not only spent less time looking at a man’s face (when compared with men looking at women); they also moved more quickly onto his other body parts. “So take in her breasts or legs, but don’t dwell on them.” And make the most of your assets, too.

Well, now it’s time to dump some obsolete dating rules, too..you want to win. “Wear well-fitting shirts, and don’t be shy about using your jeans to show off whatever nature gave you.” OLD: Online dating. ● Online dating made it easy to cast a wide dating net.

"I don't know why you would chose to take it in the bathroom. You get the mutual match on a mobile dating app like Tinder. And that gets so tough because I feel like you'll forget what you learned about them in person and what you learned about them online."On the date, stay offline.

How many messages should you swap before you meet for a date in the real world? Your date gets up from the table; you check your phone. "I'm sure everyone does it, but you shouldn't do it. Whatever can go wrong, will go wrong."Texting after the date: How soon is too soon?

“Whisper in a woman’s ear that you’d love to see her naked and she’ll probably either sti‹ffen and move away slightly, or giggle and blush,” Kerner says.

Technology and new ideas about sex and gender have dramatically changed the laws of love, from who pays for dinner to how long to wait to call after a date.

“You have to be really clear on what you want,” says Lindsay Chrisler, a professional dating coach based in Hell’s Kitchen. “Everything goes down over text now, especially between millennials,” Manley says.

Just don’t overdo it, and remember that humor and tone don’t always come through in a text.

"Don't put pictures from different eras of your life so nobody can tell what you actually look like."And if you have to post a self portrait, skip the ones you snapped in the bathroom mirror. No one's going to be like, 'No, I'd rather message forever.'"Vetting your date: Too much Googling can trip the creepy alarm.