OMG UPDATE: Question? Answer.

Updated on Friday, December 12

#6708

QUESTION: guys, what is your idea of a perfect date?

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  1. April 25th, because it's not too hot and not too cold. All you need is a light jacket.

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    1. Lawl, good one.

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    2. Miss Rhode Island! <3

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    3. #1 you are brilliant! hahah

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    4. I see what you did there.

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  2. The Monday preceding May 25th. Cottage opens up, get to see all the family, long weekend, rarely too hot or too cold, birthday celebration with the family.

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    1. But to answer what I assume you wanted to know:
      For a first date:

      Some hole in the wall restaurant walking distance from my house. Before we would go I would say I have been meaning to try it for a while, and no clue if it will be good or not. This shows that I am up for adventure, and gives a conversation topic for the walk home. I could talk about how good it was, and that we should check out a different one next time (getting a second date from it) or how bad it was, laugh about it, and suggest a different one for next time and how I hope it is better than that (again, getting a second date)

      Once back at my place we could have a couple drinks while talking or watching a movie. I wouldn't make a move until the 3rd (ish) date, but wouldn't turn anything down.

      If she doesn't want to come to my place, go to a local bar, have a couple drinks, tell some funny stories. After take a walk, hail a cab, send her home.



      While in a relationship:

      Find a new recipe online, go shopping together, make the meal, maybe light a candle or two for dinner. Then cuddle on the couch and watch the first bit of a movie.

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    2. wow, so you sound amazing !

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    3. @2a: Sounds like a relationship I just came out of. I agree; those are pretty ideal dates!

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    4. Dear 2b & 2c.

      2a's comment is what normal dating is like.
      Those incredibly generic yet enjoyable dates are what two people with mutual attraction do together.

      What's the big deal?

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    5. Because too many people think a good date is going to the club and grinding for a few hours, getting fall-over-drunk, and not spending time to actually know each other.

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    6. Not 2b, but I felt the same. During the only "date" I've ever had, the guy insisted on just drinking coffee in the car while telling me what my flaws were. He even asked me afterwards why I was upset. Just a simple dinner and some kindness would send me over the moon with any guy.

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    1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Pierce_Arrow

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    2. Ah. the good old Vietnam war.

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    3. "The 7,662,000 tons of bombs dropped in Southeast Asia during the Vietnam War nearly quadrupled the 2,150,000 tons the U. S. had dropped during World War II.[6]"

      wow...

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  4. If in Waterloo take them for a walk through Waterloo park (behind UWP), it has Christmas lights and is romantic without being too forthcoming. Personally I think its great to walk and make conversation then a typical movie/dinner date where half the time you stare at a screen. If it goes well go get coffee after to warm up!

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  5. 2 bj's and some wings

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  6. Whatever makes her happy (within reason).

    If she's happy then I'm happy. That being said, I like movie nights, cooking together, and skiing together.

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  7. One where the girl exists.

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    1. I get weird stares when I bring my blow up doll to dinner :(

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