Where to take my girlfriend on a date
Everyone knows the first date is the hardest one to plan. Should you opt for something simple—such as coffee or a drink—or are you the type of person who wants to be remembered and do something a little more… out-of-the-box? One thing is for sure: when planning a first date, you want to make sure it will go well — and hopefully give you the chance to plan a second date as well. Don't stress! We've got your back. Who knows?SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: 10 KICKASS Date Ideas Guaranteed To IMPRESS! Ten Awesome Date Ideas
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Here are literally ideas to mix up your next romantic rendezvous, and don't worry, we won't tell anyone where you got them from. Hit up the nearest bar with a working jukebox. Go grocery shopping together.
It's a sexy team sport. Spend an hour planning out future dates. Also, a good way to get a partner who's usually too chill to make plans to actually make plans. Take a boxing class together.
Even if you don't feel like punching them, maybe you sort of feel like punching them? Grab a Zipcar and drive somewhere new. Pretend you're fancy and reserve a convertible on Zipcar to hit the open road. Even if that road only leads you 15 minutes out of your town. Get pedicures together. Sit in a big, cozy massage chair and spend 45 minutes getting just as intimate as you are relaxed. Plan a fake vacation together. Remember that game you played as a kid where you'd spin a globe, see where your finger landed, and pretend you were flying out immediately?
Do the same but like, with the internet and see how well your vacay styles mesh. Crash a party. Find a work happy hour at a nearby bar, a wedding in a park, whatever—throw on some nice-ish clothes and pretend you know someone.
Play hide 'n seek. Always and forever the flirtiest game. Teach them how to do something new. Maybe you've still got your old soccer tricks or are like, really good at knitting. Teach them how to do something you love and show off your skills at the same time. Play a private game of Never Have I Ever. You said you wanted to get to know each other Create a dinner out of only food truck stuff. Go ax throwing together. This is apparently a thing now, so um, go do it? Plan a dinner party. See how well you work together in the kitchen and show off your skills or mess to your pals.
Find a photo booth. You know what to do. Hit up a protest together. God knows there are plenty worth your participation. They're buried on your Facebook and you know it. Nothing bonds like relishing awk memories together. Go furniture shopping at an antique store.
Looking for li'l tchotchkes at a great steal? Sounds perfect. Go to IKEA. It's the total opposite of thrift store shopping and yet just as fun. Also, if your flirtation can survive this, it can survive an-y-thing. Volunteer in your community. Clean up a beach or read to kiddos together. Take a trip to a nearby tourist destination. Is there a big state park you've both always lived super close to but never visited?
Now's the time. Go to an aquarium. Take on a project and go to Home Depot. Knock out your chores and show off your electric drill expertise all in one date. Go to the library together. Wander through the stacks and see what you two can bond over. Libraries forever. Take a bunch of personality quizzes. Are you a Khaleesi or an Anya, a blueberry pop tart or an unfrosted strawberry one?
None of this affects your relationship, except, um, it totally does and it's fun. Go to a psychic together. Don't trust your own romantic instincts? Let a professional take your relationship to the stars. Go on a walking tour. Go shopping together. Give each other a budget and an occasion like new work clothes or something to wear to a party and style each other.
Go on a scavenger hunt. Set parameters like how many clues you both get and see how fast you can solve them. Role-play as strangers in a bar. It doesn't even have to be sexual, it can just be funny. Go skateboarding. Doesn't matter if you suck at it, just please wear helmets. Make each other playlists and go on an aimless drive. Listen to each other's bops and see where the night takes you!
See an improv show. It's usually cheap or free, and you're almost guaranteed a fun time even if it's horrible. Go for a hike. Exploring nature with your boo is weirdly intimate. Go camping. Cuddling under the stars Do an at-home movie marathon with a theme.
Watch everything an actor or actress has done or all the iterations of A Star Is Born or only movies that take place in a certain city. Get a coloring book and just go HAM. Very therapeutic. Host a dinner party. You can cook everything or have your friends each bring a dish. Host a board game party. Yes, Heads Up counts. Go to an art gallery. Gallery openings are usually free and most of the time, they've got wine and snacks on deck, so you know, that's a THING.
Do something low-key competitive like play a game of basketball or Ping-Pong together. Healthy competition never hurt anyone. Try the 36 Questions to Fall in Love. It doesn't work every time, but it is a fun conversation starter. Look at adoptable pets online. Go to an open house. De-clutter your lives together. You can trade off, for fairness: KonMari their place this weekend and yours the next. Go to a pumpkin patch.
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Anyone who's ever been in a relationship knows how difficult it can be to plan a date night. The classic, "I don't know, you pick", or the "I don't care", or the "we don't have to do anything" will ruin anyone's mood, and any date night so quickly. Gentleman, I feel for you. Girls have the stereotype of being notoriously difficult placed upon us, and I'll be the first to admit that it's pretty true. We're usually not trying to be difficult when we say we don't know, but rather, we're trying to be open-minded and laid-back to let you know that we're down for whatever.
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Dating is important—not just for getting to know a love interest, but for sharing experiences throughout a relationship. In the beginning, a good date idea sets the scene to break the ice and help you make a connection with someone. Deeper into a relationship, regular reconnections can help keep your bond solid. That's why we polled the experts to reveal their favorite date night and day ideas for couples, first-time dates and relationship statuses in between. Think hard about the venue while you're planning a first date. Good first date ideas are ones that facilitate upbeat conversation, so it's probably not a good idea to choose a loud bar or dark movie theater. It's okay to keep it simple the first time you go out with someone. In fact, you might want to go to one of your own favorite places.
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Who doesn't love lazy days? Oh, wait, I mean self-care days — days when you shut yourself off from school or work and enjoy doing absolutely nothing besides watching TV and peeling face masks. If you can convince your partner to join you in hibernation — and it shouldn't be too hard — you've got yourself the perfect date, in my opinion. That is, until you run out of new episodes of your favorite shows to watch.
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