elephant asks: What’s your favorite date?

Via elephant journal
on Jul 30, 2012
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Dinner and a movie is pretty played out.

Picnics are fun. Actually, anything outdoors is fun and gives you a chance to talk and spend quality time together. Whether you’re dating around or dating your spouse, what’s your favorite date?

And if you don’t have a favorite or seem to be stuck doing the same old thing all the time, here’s a (fun and funny) list to get you started:


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3 Responses to “elephant asks: What’s your favorite date?”

  1. ed7 says:

    There's a lot of fun stuff here. I shall use some of them.

  2. Go out for dinner and make friends with as many people as you can in the restaurant (including kitchen staff). Thank them all for joining you as you leave. — Choose 5 items each and video-tape commercials. (fun items include: toilet paper, a condom, crackers, a paper clip, chop sticks) — Make an iPhoto book for a friend/family member — Write out birthdates to remember on the calendar and then make cards — make sushi together — OH – I really like this one … each of you writes 15 fun ideas on papers. Fold them and put them in a jar called "The we don't know what the hell to do jar." When you are stuck, pull one out. Do it. Cheers.

  3. Love these! Thanks Diane!