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    I'm going to go out with a girl on a first date, she isn't from London so it's more difficult.
    She hasn't got a bus pass or anything, so do you think it's better to walk a bit, lets say through oxford street then down to Leicester square, is that too much? Should I just get an oyster card for her? LOL

    Also we are both teenagers, what would make an appropriate date? I was thinking we could go to trocadero, then nando's after then walk her to the train station.
    Ideas much appreciated!
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    (Original post by Cabyo)
    I'm going to go out with a girl on a first date, she isn't from London so it's more difficult.
    She hasn't got a bus pass or anything, so do you think it's better to walk a bit, lets say through oxford street then down to Leicester square, is that too much? Should I just get an oyster card for her? LOL

    Also we are both teenagers, what would make an appropriate date? I was thinking we could go to trocadero, then nando's after then walk her to the train station.
    Ideas much appreciated!
    Well I think walking round on a date is nice You get talk and get to know each other etc
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    I think you should get her an Oyster Card =D Walking is sweet, but nothing beats chivallary. Sounds like a good dte you have planned out.
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    Yea, I'll get one on stand by :P I'll scare her with the long walk then whip out the card :P
 
 
 
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