Dim streetlights bathing you in a warm aura of white and gold. Empty streets. Silent night. Your winter boots crunching against the snowy road , relaxing and familar , marking the steps taken , biting air scraping against your frost-tipped snow. Winter wonderland. If I have a world of my own , it'll snow everyday. img.wallpaperfolder.com/.../...ht-street-light.jpg
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Rain! So I can cancel the fucking date. I've never been on a real date before. I've been asked out on a few dates. I always said yes but eventually one of us would cancel. I have really bad anxiety and I occasionally have panic attacks and I'm very scared of new things of new people. When I transferred schools I literally threw up every morning and had intense stomach aches and headaches everyday of the first week of school. When guys ask me out on dates I always get scared and find some reason to cancel. Cancelling plans feels like an orgasm to me. I've used the rain as an excuse to cancel plans before and I'll do it again.
I chose sun for practical reason but I think the best situation is sun for the day when you want your hair to look nice and you want to enjoy the outside and feel good. But as it gets later, rain is nice because it sparks a childlike playfulness in many people. (If the guy is literally so pissed off that it is raining and complains a bunch then that would be a turn off.) Jumping in puddles, dancing (and maybe kissing?) in the rain, him lending you his jacket if he has one and you do not... all these things make for a nice opportunity for a stronger connection.
Usually sun is best because him and I can walk in a park, on a nature trail, have a picnic. :) Rain isn't bad if we're at the movies... or especially eating dinner someplace :) then the rain could be romantic.