The things we do are not so important what I would consider perfect for a date is if I'm with a guy I'm compatible... someone I like and he likes me back, that is my definition of "perfect".. We could be having a romantic dinner in a great restaurant, traveling to a exotic place or just watching tv and it would be amazing every time :)
And if the date went awful? Like.. swarm of wasps appeared, one of you caught on fire, injuries of any type, an Ex appears..?
wasps,fire, injuries = problem
Ex= I don't care about that
but that is not a regular situation.. and if you like him/her then you can have another date if you are not in the hospital and hope everything will be fine.. :) ahhah
One where I don't have to show up.
My perfect date is a quiet daytime affair. A picnic at a park. With sparkling grape juice and PB&J sandwiches. Laying on a blanket reading a good book out loud and discussing the characters and why we like or dislike them, how we see ourselves in them. A shy walk holding hands. A light, innocent kiss good-bye.
A Nice Dinner, or movie, and dont ruin it by Sex.
I totally agree with you. :-)
Dates are over-rated.<br />
It's not what you do, but who you're with :o)
I haven't dated it a few years but back then I considered it a good first date if we both wanted a second date.
My idea of a perfect date would be a casual walk through a wooded path. Enjoying mother nature. Talking at times and just listening to the nature sounds. A light meal then possibly going to watch the sea. being amazed at her power and imagining all the wonders beneath the surface.<br />
Well that is my idea anyway. I am a nature lover through and through.
The sounds of nature, and water splashing on the sand, and a soft blanket needs to be added to your idea. But i do like the way you do think. just being together with a light conversation. and laying on a softy blanket just watching the stares as they shine upon you..
Thank you. Those are nice additions, but not every girl lays down on a date. I guess it depends on your age and who you are with. My husband and I are together since 1977 and we still go out on dates. They are perfect for me. sigh : )
Intimate dinner at a nice restaurant, red wine, good conversation. Lots of Eye Contact. He has to be witty, make me laugh, and be the perfect gentleman. Good manners are very important.
When you both agree to meet again for another date.
Two people who see each other for who they are... and grow to love and accept each other and that reality for what it is.
One that is nice and go to a park not like there pissed ones
To form a real connection with each other. Both parties will know if the connection is reached. If there is no connection the date will be meaningless and would not last long.
one where we are totally connecting and laughing with one another.
Something unexpecting but that won't drive you over the edge.
Just be yourself...
have no idea right now ..... something like that i can't prepare for it ..... may be cuz i'm single now lol
We each spend two hours in different rooms doing some energising calesthenics, then after changing out of our sweats we buy some white mice. We let them crawl over our bodies, and after we lose them in our house, we'll ride the entire route of the nearest subway. We'll top of the night with a jaunt around the graveyard, making up stories for the deceased ba<x>sed on the information on their headstones. We won't need to go anywhere for dinner because I'll bring some trail mix.
dinner at a nice restaurant and maybe take in a night club and dancing or stroll along the water or a night drive to the hills or beach ... a night at an amusment park and sharing a kiss on a ferris wheel and him buying you cotton candy ... watching fireworks with a glass of nice bubbly or vodka<br />
My idea of a perfect date is actually having one. I haven't been on a date in such a long time :(.
This may seem pretty lame or childish, but i think for the first date, going to a carnival or a festival or a theme park would be perfect :)