Just to give a short intro, this girl and I have been texting for the past month or so, met online, had a facetime conversation yesterday (idk, maybe two and a half hours long, could had lasted longer, but it was like 2am and we were both tired), but never met in person. Think it went pretty well, we had a light-hearted conversation, exchanging laughs and all (I think I've never been teased that much in such a short span of time! ). We both agree to do something soon and I told her I'd get back to her about that tonight. Thing is, I have an idea for a date, but I'm curious as to what other thinks...
I was thinking to go for a coffee first (duh) just to get a feel of how the person is really in person, and if all goes well, to go see a firework show (one of the biggest of it's kind, with hundred of thousands of people at each show).
Is this too much (firework part)? We've texted quite a bit and we've already discussed pretty much anything that could be considered first date conversation material, so it's not like we'll be able to have some small talk over a cup of coffee, I feel the need to step it up a bit and at least do something we can both talk about and share a memory of.
Moreover, she can't drive, so I'd have to pick her up, and the travel time between the show and her home, with all the ensuing traffic at the end of the show, is probably like an hour, so it's not like if things go awkward, she can leave on a moment's notice... (that's what the coffee is for, to leave if one of us leave feels uncomfortable, but the firework is probably a 3-4h timespan)...
Any of you can give their opinion please?
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no, I think you should just try to focus on getting to know each toher0