for I could just Google what to do but my 'situation' (for lack of a better word) is different. I'm about to ask a girl out in a few weeks or so. The thing is, we've been friends for a while (5 years). We're not super close friends but close enough.
So, because we know each other to some degree, we most likely don't have to go on a typical first date like dinner to get to know each other. I would like to avoid movies as well.
I've been out of the dating game for so long so I'm a bit rusty. We are both in our mid-20s so it wouldn't be your typical teenage date obviously. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.
Thanks in advance. :)
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1. Dave&Buster's or it's look-alikes: You have games and food. It's a date and if things get too tense also a playdate.
2. Bar&Grill: Despite the initial reaction you may feel it is a calm and cozy place with TVs and sports and other "look over there!" functions to keep things at an easy and even pace. It's all the better if they are showing what she likes on TV.
3. Explore the town: Sounds corny but going to a museum or some other "mutually interesting" place would do some good. You get to express yourselves and possibly try new things in the area while also having a grounding point for mutual interest allowing for freeflowing communications and thus ease.
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