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First Date Ideas on Rainy Days...

So I got a first date coming up with an awesome girl. I really wanted to do something fun and not the typical dinner and movie type of thing. Unfortunately, it's suppose to rain like hell the day of and I'm stuck trying to find something fun and cool to do.

Any ideas?

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CovertChemistryDotCom

CovertChemistryDotComover a year ago

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Some Great Ideas For Dates She'll Never Expect

Climb the highest tree you can find together and compile photo evidence of your trip to the top.

While already out, randomly propose going into a bookstore and slipping dirty notes into books for new readers.

Dress up as lame superheroes and stop at least one petty crime “ie. jaywalking, littering….”

Build forts out of furniture and blankets, and wage war with paper airplanes.

Try and visit as many people as you can in one night, and turn as many things inside their apartment upside down as you can, without them noticing.

Pack a bag for the weekend with seasonable clothes and supplies for two days. Get tickets on standby for the next flight to the first place that intrigues you and stay there for the weekend.

Write a short story together at a table outside of a Starbucks. As for help from other patrons when you get stuck.

Spend the day dressed to impress test-driving super expensive sports cars.

Do the lamest tourist thing in your area that you have both secretly wanted to do forever. Have an unabashed good time. Document with photo evidence.

Talk your way into getting the chef at your favorite restaurant to create a meal that's complete unique just for the two of you.

Improvise short dramas in front of security cameras.

Wake up at midnight. Drive all night to the closest beach and watch the sunrise to begin your weekend down the shore. Sleep all day, party all night.

Meet up in a city that neither of you have been to and check in the same hotel as a married couple using fake names. Make up a backstory about how you met and what you're there for an see how well you can improvise funny stories and anecdotes while socializing with complete strangers.

Go to a minor league baseball game under the stars. Tell each other stories about how bad you are at athletics. Randomly cheer for both teams. Eat lots of Cracker Jacks.

Buy some sidewalk chalk and walk around the city writing fortune cookie messages on the ground.

Rent a bad 70's kung fu movie. Turn the volume all the way down and make up your own script as it plays.

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sexpert

sexpertover a year ago

Answer 2 of 3

I like dates where I can show off

So, this is what works for me, and it may or may not work for you. I have a problem in that I'm very giggly and silly when I'm nervous. This makes me come off like a flake on first dates (or at least there is a danger of me coming off this way). I actually really like dates where I'm in my element, so it helps relax me. If I can get into a position where I can show off my positive attributes, such as intelligence, even better.

for me, I love museums because I get to learn but also show off what I've learned. There is always something interesting to look at, and conversation starters.

Find out what you have in common. Do you both like sports, art, philosophy, food, etc. Then plan your date around that, so you are both in your element and get to share a passion together.

Like jazz music? Find a bar/restaurant that has live jazz. Like poetry? Find a slam poetry session and the poets will give you plenty to talk about.

Like sports? Take her to a local sports game, or give a sport a try yourselves.

What venue would bring out the best in you?

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BritishGuy

BritishGuyover a year ago

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Hmm

Your options are a bit more limited due to the rain but I guess it depends on what you are shooting for.

Ice skating is a good idea IMO. Bowling is good. Could go dancing or even something simple like tea/coffee.

I don't think dinner is a bad idea you can even throw out the movie and the two of you cook something together and eat on the sofa. It'll give you time to talk and explore each others creative side.

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