I've met so many people telling me, you're so different from when I first met you, and they refer to things I say and do, as if they are shocked that a person could have a personality and not be one dimensional.
Does where you meet a person of the opposite sex determine how you will relate to them, this question is for guys, but I guess anyone can chip in if they feel like it.
Suppose, you met a girl in church, your first impression might be that she is a religious and devoted girl, sensible and mature, but if you were to find a picture of her on facebook with an outfit you consider slightly revealing, would your initial opinion disappear or would you tend to make excuses for her; 'she was probably caught off-guard in that picture.' 'she probably wouldn't do things like that.' 'this picture is probably an old one.'
Scenario two, imagine you met another girl in a night club, so you might think she might have a wild side, and has probably had a few flings, maybe even one-night stands and as you're flirting with her later and telling her how attractive she is and was on the night you first saw her, she tells you she's not into that she doesn't want you talking about her like that, and then when you're talking about things that matter to you, she quotes a few scriptures that mean a lot to her, would your opinion of her change or would you think; 'there are so many Christians out there who know all the quotes and don't follow it.' 'she probably was raised in a Christian household but has gone in a different direction now.' 'She's probably trying to impress me, or to make me think she's not cheap 'cos I saw her in a nightclub.'
Basically, does the first impression stay with you even long after you've met??