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Taking a girl out on a date
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ill take her somewhere I haven't been so it can b both of our first experience,an that can jus b our memorable place
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Ive been on 3 dates, each time was at this Venus, a skatepark that I hang around and paint and stuff
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Dinosaur fossils.
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I see some good tips so far
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To your bedroom.
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is it bad that ...if your girl pays the bills for both of you ??? ...if not then ...let her pay for the dinner...
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This is Crunchyroll. There is no dating.
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Simplest thing to do that works is out to eat. My first dates with guys are usually coffee dates, ice cream dates, or lunch dates. They're nice because you talk to each other, and if it's in a decent shopping center, you can walk, and as you browse through the stores, conversations are inspired by the items you're looking at bc they remind you of something that happened in the past. Makes for good inspiration for conversations.
Just saying, from experience.

BUT! If you're nervous about doing that much talking, because if you go on this kind of date you're going to be talking most of the time...then do as the others suggested. Go to a fair, theme park, skating.... With these activities there's enough room for conversation, but not that much.
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Take me to a Theme Park with VIP front-of-the-line access and I'll marry you
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What is this eHarmony?
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24 / M / Memphis, TN, USA
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No this isnt eHarmony. Everyone else asked other question cause this is a general conversation it doesnt have to be about anime
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I honestly think it depends on who it is, and what they are like.
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jviv1 wrote:

Simplest thing to do that works is out to eat. My first dates with guys are usually coffee dates, ice cream dates, or lunch dates. They're nice because you talk to each other, and if it's in a decent shopping center, you can walk, and as you browse through the stores, conversations are inspired by the items you're looking at bc they remind you of something that happened in the past. Makes for good inspiration for conversations.
Just saying, from experience.

BUT! If you're nervous about doing that much talking, because if you go on this kind of date you're going to be talking most of the time...then do as the others suggested. Go to a fair, theme park, skating.... With these activities there's enough room for conversation, but not that much.


This, definitely!
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Thank God I'm done with the dating scene, hopefully for the rest of my life (married last October)!

For a first date, though, a good choice would be dinner out in a restaurant. This is a low-pressure neutral environment where it's relatively easy to have a conversation and get to know each other better (the purpose of a first date, in my book). In response to one earlier post, as one guy to any other guys reading out there: be ready to pay for her meal. At the very least, make a bona fide offer to do so (and be ready to carry through on that offer). There may be situations where going "dutch" might be acceptable (e.g. maybe you're both poor students or something), and if she really insists on paying her own way (or even paying for you-- that's never happened to me, though), there's no reason to strenuously object (although she might be saying something to you through this gesture), but you, the guy, should at least make the initiative to pay. Otherwise, it says "cheap" and "lacks commitment" or "lacks earnestness." You don't have to pick the most expensive restaurant, or even a particularly fancy restaurant, either. Live within your means. Be yourself. Bear in mind, though, that as much as you are checking her out, she's checking you out too-- and your choices and actions may communicate as much as or more than anything you actually say.
Posted 3/18/12
Probably a restaurant etc, I am not a big fan of movies for dating, seems like something you'd do more with friends than someone you want to get to know.
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