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Where do go on a date? watch

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    Casual drinks in a bar in the evening.
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    Totally depends on yours (and hers) interets.

    I usually do the cliched dinner, then movie, then coffee type of combo.

    As someone else pointed out, a movie does give you something to talk about.

    Coffee is great to just chill and talk in a relaxed atmosphere.

    If you want other ideas, try musuems (if youre into that type of thing) or try something fun like ice skating, go karting etc, etc.
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    Ice Skating and then for a coffee afterwards or bowling.
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    My boyfriend took me to play mini golf on our first date. We went in onesies too just for lols.

    Be aware though, this was my first ever/only date haha so I'm afraid I don't have much to compare it to, but I didn't find it awkward at all, even though i'd only known him a few days at this point haha.

    However, it may not be everyone's cup of tea..
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    Been in relationships but age 22, never been on a date
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    Ice skating an excuse to cling on to each other

    What's wrong with a meal? Maybe go somewhere less formal to keep it from being too 'serious'?

    Have fun!!
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    (Original post by Guitarded)
    Where do go on a date?
    Bowling, Crazy Golf, Museums, Art Galleries, Cocktails, Tour London on Boris Bikes (I know you're in Bristol but still )... seriously there are so many options it is unreal!

    I would advise you to combine them all with dinner aside from Cocktails obviously, that is fine on its own
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