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  • Date? Huh? What's that?
  • How sad is this. I haven't dated in years & I just don't remember
  • In my adult life...I don't think there's anything interesting about any of the dates I've been on. The most interesting would probably be the first one I went on, in the 8th grade. I didn't know what to do or how to act. It was terribly awkward but incredibly exhilerating at the same time. I felt grown up, for the first time. We went to the theater, and later rode 4-wheelers for hours, until my mom finally picked me up. It was alot of fun.
  • We took a catamaran out into the bay while there was a full moon and millions of stars.
  • The one where the guy brought me a brand new guitar, teddy-bear and red rose + 5 for you Blank Savage
  • I haven't been on this date yet, but I have it all planned out in my head, First, we'll go to the Minneapolis sculpture garden for a nice walk. It's an outdoor park with about 30 sculptures from local artists. Then we'd go a nice Brazilian steakhouse called Fogo de Chao for dinner. After that, we'll head across the street to Norman's, an upscale martini bar for a quick drink, then off to one of the many nightclubs downtown for some raunchy dancing :)
  • Had a picnic on small boat. We tried balancing the wone bottle and glasses on the bottom but they fell over. It was very funny and charming:)
  • When I was in junior high, my boyfriend (who I was CRAZY about) would find his sister's car keys and steal her little car and come get me. I remember he would call me about midnight and say "Hey! I found her keys, can you sneak out?!" I lived out in the country so I had to walk down the road a ways and he would come get me and we'd drive to the nearest big town (about 30 miles away.) The crazy thing that made it so fun - we just enjoyed each other's company and being "big kids" and driving around the big city. We did it many times, and I don't think I've ever had that much with anyone else. Odd to think that now that we're both nearly 40, we found each other and are dating again. Instead of sneaking out from our parents, I guess we "sneak out" from our kids? We live 7 hours apart, and when we see each other again, somehow we still have just as much fun. Go figure. :-) So perhaps it was the company, more than the activity!
  • Once many years ago, I met a man who was in the music biz in Nashville. He flew me to Nashville and as soon as I got off the plane, we walked a little ways in the airport to a small hanger where he had a commuter plane waiting and we flew to Buffalo NY for a hockey game. I had never been on a commuter plane before and I had never been to a hockey game before either. As soon as the game was over, we flew back to Nashville and I spent the next few days meeting some rather prominent people in the country and pop music business. It was a bit more than a 'date', but the trip to Buffalo will always be remembered as one of the best dates I ever had.
  • When my boyfriend and i first started seeing eachother, he took me out for this picnic. So we packed these really nice cheeses and a nice bottle of wine. Got to the park, realised we'd forgotten not only a knife for the cheese, but also the cork screw! Needless to say, we still had a great time!
  • Elephant riding at the base of the Amber Fort in Jaipur, India.
  • went to the uefa champions leauge final to watch my side ac milan play,
  • four-wheeling through ppls farms while getting chased by dogs :)
  • Well I went out on a first date and it was the most interesting because the guy I went out with ended up having a twin brother. They were identical twins and they wanted it to be a date with the three of us. I didn't know about the twin until I met to go on the date. It turned out to be very fun. We went to the zoo and wandered through talking and had lunch and rode this train that went through the zoo. They did that weird thing of kind of finishing each others sentences at times. I was the first girl that agreed to go out with both of them. After the zoo we stopped for ice cream at Baskin Robbins. The whole date was non-stop banter and laughing. They are fun to be around. They ended up becoming my 5th and 6th boyfriends at the same time LOL. We stayed together for a little over a month. We are still friends but they are older than me so we only see each other when they are home from college now.
  • I took a date on a night sail with some friends that had a boat. The stars were incredible and everyone just clicked and we had a great time.
  • i was 19. it was my first date [yeah i was late bloomer] he asked me for a handjob!!!!!!! and NO I DIDNT DO IT
  • It was actually a group date. 4 couples. I was so out of place because we went to a baseball game. I am the ultimate girly girl and the other girls were all athletic. Everybody else was talking about the game, while I was just sitting there in my pink dress and high heels and painting my nails. It was definitely wierd.
  • Many years ago I was out on this one date with this guy and it was a cool spring evening. So, I borrowed a long sleeved sweater of my Mom's it had a flower print on the front of it and a pink denim a-line skirt. Well, the boyfriend didn't have a car yet when I knew him and so he picked me up in his battered up pick-up truck(the one he used for hauling) and so I was doing my best to think quickly about how I was going to "gracefully" get into the truck in a skirt! So I opened the door,backed up and then pushed myself up into the seat with my hands and then once I was in the seat I just swiveled around to the front and we headed out to our ski-hi drive in for the triple feature and afterwards my Great Aunt who was on vacation at the time,laughed every time she heard about my adventure in the truck. I just looked at her and shook my head. It was a good thing it wasn't cordoroy!
  • I never knew how nice guys were until i started dating, my first boyfriend from the age of 15-18 never even bought me flowers, my first two dates after him were amazing. 1. We went to a posh bar and had 2 bottles of wine between us, i got quite tipsy, then we stumbled in to the theatre where he had got us front row tickets to see a ballet. Then we went back to his flat, put some dvd's on and talked all the way through them till 6.00 in the morning and fell asleep listening to a storybook tape of roald dahl. 2. my current boyfriend, he's a student and into his overdraft by quite a bit so can't afford to talk me out anywhere nice. He picked me up at 9.00 in the evening and didn't say what we were doing - we went to an empty beach - cept it was more like a bay cos you could see the lights of the city on the other side accross the water which was lit up in mutli-coloured streaks of light, we sat on a log and skimmed pebbles and talked.
  • We went to the beach once, and, typical of England, it rained. It is a little strange, rain on a beach.
  • When we went to concert he was performing in.
  • leagally spotlighting lol but it wasn't truely a date
  • Cross country flight to San Fran for a late night dinner with the ex.
  • A guy took me shopping at Armani Exchange :P
  • One where the guy said he was doing me a favor
  • I got home from work and my roommate and his gf left me a note to meet them at this drag bar we would sometimes go to (where I lived if you went to a normal bar you would probably get killed by some redneck KKK jerks plus they played good music and had a nice mix of all kinds of people, a laid back atmosphere and an hour long drag show at midnight which was always interesting to see). I was really tired and almost didn't go but I went and when I got there I was still wondering why they asked me there..what was the big deal? So they passed around some drinks and a few party favors (I was partying away the memories of a bad 3 yr marriage and 2 lonely years of being single) and I hung out getting my roll on and drinking wondering what the deal was and why we had x and such....what was the special occasion? I thought maybe there was going to be a live band, someone I liked to listen to there that night or something but they wouldn't tell me..I never expected what happened so I continued to get trashed. about an hour later I am messed up and in the door walks this hot little korean chick I had seen working at the sushi place I frequented. I had never spoken to her before though because I am a chickenshit and I figured she was married or something...but NO she was there to meet me! My roommates hat gotten tired of my single solemn depressed ass and set us up on a blind date without me knowing because they figured if I knew it was a date I would have either gotten all weird like I do about blind dates or just not shown up (I have bad luck with blind dates). So I was trashed and didnt really care about anything, I was dancing, stripping and just acting like a crazy fool around her, mostly because I figured she wouldn't like me anyways and well of course I was trippin...but suprisingly we hit it off and talked all night long after we left the bar and I calmed down a bit. We went on a few more dates and started officially dating and have been together for 10 yrs now.
  • lol. Well when my boyfriend and I first got together we were at his room-mate's graduation party. His room-mate's best friend kind of stalked him. So anyway, he & I both worked at the same place and had work in the morning, so I spent the night over at his place and we went to bed early. Anyway, he had a bathroom attached to his bedroom, and when I got up to use it this girl totally came bursting into the room, totally knowing that I'd just left it. It was very creepy, and I'm making the assumption that she was right outside the door the entire time. She's been stalking him for over a year now...
  • My fifth date with my previous husband, he proposed to me in the hot tub. We woke up the next morning drove to mexico.. Turns out u need a baptismal certificate to get married there, so we drove to vegas instead, and got married the next day April 2nd.
  • It was a date that I actually paid for despite the fact that SHE was the one who asked ME to dinner. I'm a big believer in that the person who asks should pay. The waiter brought the check and I waited for her to grab it, but we just sat there for at least another 20 minutes talking and she never even looked at it. I was just like, "Alright, I guess I'll take care of this then." She called me a few times afterwards wanting to go out, but I always just made excuses. Eventually I think she got the hint. Definitely a turn-off.
  • When I took a girl out on a date in Bali, Indonesia, I ran after a komodo dragon down the beach not knowing they can easily kill humans. She didn't even bother to stop me.
  • We went drag racing at the local track. it was fun but not how I would have wanted to spend a my very first date.

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