What's the place for a first date?

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Most Helpful Girl

  • Outdoors is fun. Bowling, driving race cars, skating, mountain climbing, etc. Something to bring out a little competition and laughter.

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Most Helpful Guy

  • Coffee shop, and then a walk. You don't spend much money and you get to spend some time talking and figuring out if you want to meet again.

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What Girls Said 4

  • Coffee is nice

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  • Starbucks, I've had all my dates there.

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  • donuts place your question should be what is the perfect time for a date

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  • something like mini golfing and dinner

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What Guys Said 3

  • I recommend places that don't involve an "obstacle" that prevents you two from getting closer.

    An example of a massive obstacle is a movie theater. The two of you end up staring at a screen for a couple of hours, a couple of hours you could have been using to talk and build a connection.

    An example of a medium obstacle is a fancy restaurant with formal attire. There the formality can prevent you two from being very comfortable talking about each other, given that it's a first date.

    An example of a minor obstacle is a dining/coffee table. There, while you two can talk and connect, there's this kind of barrier in between you two from getting closer. Sitting shoulder-to-shoulder on a park bench is better, e. g.

    Some activities without such obstacles: ice skating together, riding scary rides on an amusement park (the adrenaline rush can be a great icebreaker), strolling together at a central park, a boat ride with just you two, etc.

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  • Anywhere both of you like.

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  • How about taking a woman out to a metal or industrial music concert? I'd like to do that.

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