>Thinking about asking someone out on a date? Unsure where to go and what to do? This article gives you lots of great ideas and still keeps safety in mind. Have a good time on your date and please tell us how it went!
She’s agreed to a first date. Where should you go? What should you do?
Of course, the objective of a first date is to see if there will be a second. Allow time for that, but not too much time, in case the date’s a bust. And for now, focus on the present. Here are some great ideas for first-date outings:
1. Some prefer an activity. Hitting golf balls, playing miniature golf, or strolling around a large shopping mall, with its variety of activities — restaurants, drop-in eateries, places to sit and talk or to listen to live music, or even window shopping — will fill the time.
2. Group events will show how your date interacts with others. Picnics rank high; they’re casual. If the date gets boring, go kick a soccer ball.
3. Local events such as street fairs, festivals, and concerts-in-the-park are often free and will keep you busy. County fairs teem with activities. Guys, be aware — she may ask you to swing the hammer and ring the bell. Added plus: corn dogs and cotton candy. Read more>>>