-We're both too young to drink anyway so no bag suggestions
-We're both broke students so we can't do anything too expensive XD
-We both live in the city so there are plenty of places but I still have no idea what to do
-We were sort of set up by a mutual friend so we're gonna be getting to know each other for the first time ever
-I'll be the one to ask him out so if you have any unique ideas to ask him out then please share c: I don't wanna ask him out via text but I normally can't meet him in person
Most Helpful Guy
Slightly cheesy-sounding, but I loved amusement parks on first dates -- not too expensive and I feel like the thrill of the scary rides and the adrenaline rush has a huge icebreaker effect. Originally people tend to be really nervous and a little bit shy on a first date.
That fear can get kind of overridden momentarily with a scary ride, and then the date starts to get more comfortable. For me, it has a similar kind of effect of smoothing things out as having a few drinks. It's easy to go from that kind of rush to laughing together.
Just strolling around in a park can also be nice. It's easier to kind of get to know each other if you're walking side-by-side and talking. I actually feel like that's more comfortable than doing that over a dinner or coffee table.
I like to save activities that involve sitting and talking more towards the later part of the date after doing these types of things and we already feel a bit close to each other.
Note that this is coming from someone who is not the smoothest talker though and a little bit shy, preferring to be more physical and childishly playful on a date than talking a lot.1
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Most Helpful Girl
Indoor rock climbing. It's so much fun !1