10 awesome first dates: fun dates that aren’t the stereotypical dinner and a movie

 

So the thing to remember about first dates is that you want there to be lots of opportunity for conversation, but you also want there to be a distraction so it doesn’t put so much pressure on you coming up with conversation topics according to London Escorts of https://charlotteaction.org/.

Number one: bowling!

Because you’re actively doing something it takes the pressure off those awkward silent moments. Also you get to find out how they deal with losing.

Number two: animals! You go to an aquarium, or a zoo! I have a bit of a question about aquariums, though. One of my favorite films is ‘Closer,’ and there’s lots of references to aquariums in the film, and the references they make are about how it’s kind of sexual and dirty, um, and I have no idea what that connection is. Can someone please tell me why fish are sexy?

Number three: you get tickets to the theatre or a gig, or a sports game. Music gigs and sports games obviously you can talk the whole time. I would definitely recommend comedy gigs actually, they’re a really fun first date. First dates are really nerve-wracking and you can feel quite tense and laugher always releases tension.

Number four: you could take a class together. I would recommend a fun cooking class like pizza. You can get all flirty and throw flour at each other. As cliché as that sounds.

Number five: another cliché, crazy golf! Or mini golf! And then you can do that thing where one of you gets behind the other person and hows them how it’s done.

Number six: an arcade! An old-school arcade with like pinball machines and like the dance games.

Number seven: this one is for 18+, adult shops. Now before you freak out, hear me out. They’re actually super fun places to go with people.

Number eight: museums! Because learning and knowledge is fun. My favorite type of museum for first dates would probably be like a museum of science and industry, the ones with weird science experiments and like interactive things, and probably like a kid section and you can just act like big kids and join in and play with bubbles.

I’m just imagining the Manchester one. Or you could combine museum and the sex shop one because as of November, the Welcome Trust are having a yearlong exhibition about sexology.

Sexology was my dissertation, and there’s gonna be an exhibition in a museum about sexology.

Number nine: an amusement park.

Obviously this is at the more expensive end of first dates, just make sure that both of your rollercoaster tolerances are the same, so that none of you are left on their own when someone else wants to go on a ride.

Number ten: be a tourist. People tend to never really explore the touristy things in their hometown.

 

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