First Date Ideas

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  • davey79 ( 37 / M / Rochester, England - Kent )

    Meet at a train station, pick a platform no, then get on that train. To decide where to get off, pick another number and get off that many stops down the line. The rest is down to lady fortune... (I heard not related to...  read more >>

  • dragoncs692000 ( 63 / M / Waukegan, IL )

    meet for coffee or a drink, and after come over for hours of fun

  • downersgrove78 ( 49 / M / Los Angeles, CA )

    The best way for two strangers to feel comfortable is to meet at an outdoor cafe for cafe/tea and snacks.

  • ben_wilder ( 64 / M / Myrtle Creek, OR )

    A daytime date where the venue is entertaining yet not distracting to the point of precluding a pleasant conversation; perhaps a street fair,a stroll through a flea market,a picnic at the park or on the beach,at any rate...  read more >>

  • FillyLady ( 73 / W / Lakeland, FL )

    Under the Board Walk... keep wishing!!! Dinner at my parents? ... gottcha again!!! Now that your ready for the 1st one: Tutor me in Carpet Golf. We're in public, We have weapons, Plenty of places to hide, Easy to excuse...  read more >>

  • Dyyannamarie ( 59 / W / Garland, TX )

    Let's have a picnic at the lake. This would be a relaxed atmosphere with no expectations, no pressure to impress.

  • nativeson2001 ( 62 / M / Naples, FL )

    ill let you choose that,as long as its not opera or political rally im game

  • longlast ( 62 / M / New York, NY )

    manhattan and all it has to offer

  • Angelmused ( 41 / W / New York, NY )

    It's warm. Finally!!! A walk in Central Park and lunch or drinks, whatever suits. Winter was easy-peezy!!

  • Lonely2025 ( 40 / W / Birmingham, England - Warwickshire )

    Hmmm first dates....I like it when both of us can have a laugh like iceskating, bowling or fairgrounds. I find that being able to laugh and be yourself makes a good first date.

  • MrBreeze449 ( 61 / M / Thorofare, NJ )

    I think a nice first date would be a light lunch in a cafe and then some time walking around a downtown shopping area. This would give us time to talk and get to know each other, without too much pressure.

  • olman4lv ( 72 / M / Auburn, CA )

    having a discreet dinner at a nice restaurant,

  • damien2008 ( 61 / M / Columbia, MD )

    Wine bars seem to work, but I'd rather pack a picnic with good wine and snacks and meet at a park.

  • relaxedrunner ( 46 / W / Northampton, England - Northamptonshire )

    Something fun that doesn't require too much skill, e.g. crazy golf, wine tasting or rally car driving , with a pub meal afterwards if we decide that we can face a conversation!

  • saintsounds ( 50 / M / Brooklyn, NY )

    The classic picnic is big on romance Pack a blanket and a lunch: sandwiches, fruits, and drinks (maybe a bottle of wine?). Head to your local park or take a drive and stop at any scenic overlook.