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Ideas for a date

Post by LondonBob23 » Tue, 27 Jul 2010 4:49 am

I'm flying into Singapore in early August and I'm not really all that familiar with the city however I am trying to find some rather creative date ideas for a woman I am meeting who lives there. So I'm looking for things that are perhaps out of the ordinary. Things I've thought of which might be fun are doing a cooking class together, high tea, wine tasting in the evening and then maybe a bar with some good live music. This is a bit far fetched, but any hot air ballon rides by some remote chance? Also, what about taking a cruise, is it too touristy or is there still a bit of romance about it? Does anyone have any suggestions for any of these areas?

I'm looking to show off a bit of my creative side (even though I'm turning to this forum for advice) and I feel bad when she has to plan everything.

Thanks so much.

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Re: Ideas for a date

Post by Vicbowling » Tue, 27 Jul 2010 5:28 am

LondonBob23 wrote:I'm flying into Singapore in early August and I'm not really all that familiar with the city however I am trying to find some rather creative date ideas for a woman I am meeting who lives there. So I'm looking for things that are perhaps out of the ordinary. Things I've thought of which might be fun are doing a cooking class together, high tea, wine tasting in the evening and then maybe a bar with some good live music. This is a bit far fetched, but any hot air ballon rides by some remote chance? Also, what about taking a cruise, is it too touristy or is there still a bit of romance about it? Does anyone have any suggestions for any of these areas?

I'm looking to show off a bit of my creative side (even though I'm turning to this forum for advice) and I feel bad when she has to plan everything.

Thanks so much.
If she's already hosted, then good on you for trying to plan something. If she's never had the chance to host, it's a great way for you to let her show you something of herself. Never be afraid to ask her what she thinks as she may be looking for someone interested in her as person vs. a possession? ;)

That said, cruises are a great idea for captive time together. I had a date once where I was just going along with things for friends who had set us up. The car ran out of gas and we had to wait 3 hours for road service. By the time the fellow arrived with more gas we were having a great chat and I was far more interested than I was when the date started. I'm not saying you should tear up your used car warrantyand then pray for a breakdown, but sometimes the best dates are just spending time together.

Heck if a date involves fun destinations, I could do that with anyone, if the date involves great conversation and learning about each other/making a bond, that's much more precious and unique!

Remember you want this girl to want more time with you and see you for how valuable YOU are. ;)
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Post by vivienshoshanna » Wed, 28 Jul 2010 11:32 am

^nice tips...

Don't forget to be just yourself, stay true to your words and be humble...
Good Luck.

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Post by carlos hathcock » Wed, 25 Aug 2010 5:02 pm

Any chance of telling us how the date went?

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