Everyone has a preference when it comes to first date activities. The following responses to the question: “What is your go-to first date activity?” may give you a few new ideas.
letsgojames One of my first dates a while back was brunch, followed by indoor rock climbing. It was fun. She wasn’t an active person. She enjoyed it because it was something different.
_.quiet.storm._ Dancing, live music, comedy. Anything fun.. I’m NOT going to your house. I’d LOVE an active date!!!!!!!
rachaelblulotus I like the idea of an active first date! But if it doesn’t allow for a chance to talk then that’s a no go. I avoid the movies on a first date…boring and no convo. But dancing, comedy, poetry lounge, rock climbing, paint & sip, hiking…I’m up for it 😊
the_social_introvert Something fun and light!! Definitely not a movie!! I’d do something like a museum, bike ride in the park with picnic, a sporting event, a menu tasting, an art show, etc.!!
Brent Gaston Myself I’d like something simple like dinner and just talking. Doesn’t have to be fancy. When you try to do something like walks in the park women don’t respond well to stuff like that.
@ianreee I prefer the outdoors.. Such as walking, park, mountain climbing.. You’ll be more engaging, yet have more fun & share lots just in a day.
@CarltonHargro First date should always be coffee/tea/drink — something easy, inexpensive + made for conversation. Let me see where your head is 1st.
Adam 1. Usually eating, but not a full blown dinner. 2. That actually sounds like a lot of fun (an active date). But I know most people wouldn’t like that.
@LBrothersMedia 1. I don’t really have one go to plan. But it’ll probably include dinner.
@taut_7 those types of first dates are dope. you can learn a lot about a person doing stuff like that.
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