When you're trying to get to know someone, you sometimes just want an experience that feels natural, like taking a class together or trying a new activity. Plus, you'll get to know a person even better by putting them into a situation they're maybe not so used to, like cycling or going to an arcade. Ahead, 65 ideas to get you started. Carbs and a significant other? Sign us up. Sure, buying boxed noodles seems easier, but watching someone crank out some dough is an unspoken turn-on.
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Everyone knows the first date is the hardest one to plan. Should you opt for something simple—such as coffee or a drink—or are you the type of person who wants to be remembered and do something a little more… out-of-the-box? One thing is for sure: when planning a first date, you want to make sure it will go well — and hopefully give you the chance to plan a second date as well. Don't stress! We've got your back.
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Skip navigation! Story from Date Ideas. You meet someone, sparks fly, and you exchange phone numbers. You're excited, of course. But then they do something so egregious, so harrowing, that you're ready to pull the plug on the whole situation: They ask you out to dinner and a movie.
This article was co-authored by Chloe Carmichael, PhD. With over a decade of psychological consulting experience, Chloe specializes in relationship issues, stress management, self esteem, and career coaching. Chloe has also instructed undergraduate courses at Long Island University and has served as adjunct faculty at the City University of New York. First dates can be nerve-wracking, but they can also be really fun. Suggest a unique date that will also give you time to get to know each other, like going to an art show, arcade, or bowling alley.