We've all had our worst and best dates. The ones we can't wait to return home and the ones we wished would never end.
How was your best date like? Where did you two go, what did you do there and how did it all feel to you or him/her?
Share your experiences! :D
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My best and worst date are (strangely) the same date. We'd done the coffee thing and the lunch and the ice cream thing already (though I hate coffee). I decided to take my (future) wife out sailing, a great passion of mine. We went with two other friends of mine, one an experienced seaman and the other a beginner. TAKE NOTE: If your date says she doesn't know if she'll get seasick but is willing to try, PROCEED WITH CAUTION. Well we rented a Cat. 28 and I got some smoked salmon and wine and cheese and a single pink rose (strategically placed on he passenger seat of my car...she loves flowers) and ginger snaps just in case. I gave her the safety lecture, and we cast off. We puttered around inside the breakwater for a while (Long Beach and L.A. are big harbors), and she seemed OK. I asked if she wanted to try going out of the breakwater. She said fine. Away we went. Seemed OK for about the first twenty minutes, but seasickness comes on sudden. When it does, oh boy! She looked like death. I felt sorry for her and I also had this sinking feeling I was never going to hear from her again. We turned around and we had to dock. I let the other two (who also paid for the rental) continue sailing, but my date came with me in my car and I had to take her home. She was so dizzy and so sick, I don't think she could have driven anyways. When I got to her place, I walked her to her door (she really had trouble standing) and helped her to her couch. At that point I thought this was the worst date idea ever. However, she accepted when I offered to make her some tea. And that's when it became (strangely) the best date ever. I took care of her. It was the first time I really cuddled with her. We watched a movie and she sipped some tea and I made her some soup a few hours later. It felt so wonderful to take care of her, and she was very forgiving, even grateful.
So there ya go. Now, asker, we who have answered have bared our soft underbellies to you. What about you?0
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