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Good first date ideas for a 15 year old boy and 14 year old girl? watch

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    Title says it all. Something that's relatively inexpensive. No "restaurant" please. Something that takes a decent amount of time.

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    homework club?
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    (Original post by chantalc)
    homework club?
    no + homeschooled no homework (me anyway)

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    (Original post by icantfeelmyface)
    Title says it all. Something that's relatively inexpensive. No "restaurant" please. Something that takes a decent amount of time.

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    Bowling!
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    If she's sporty, book a session at a football / badminton / etc field

    Cinemas?

    Sight seeing?

    Something fun, like Winter Wonderland - I know it's not open but hey ho

    Shopping even?

    FUNFAIRS!

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    Cinema


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    Watch Youtube and chill out?

    A trip to the cinema or a walk around a big park are probably your best bets.
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    (Original post by icantfeelmyface)
    no + homeschooled no homework (me anyway)

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    I was only joking around, go for a walk or something.
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    Netflix n chill

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    School canteen
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    netflix?
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    (Original post by SeanFM)
    Watch Youtube and chill out?

    A trip to the cinema or a walk around a big park are probably your best bets.
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    If she's sporty, book a session at a football / badminton / etc field

    Cinemas?

    Sight seeing?

    Something fun, like Winter Wonderland - I know it's not open but hey ho

    Shopping even?

    FUNFAIRS!

    To those suggesting cinema, isnt that kind of boring? Sitting down next to each other for 2 hours not talking not interacting then going home?
    Am I missing the point here?

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    (Original post by chantalc)
    homework club?
    You joker lololol

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    (Original post by icantfeelmyface)
    To those suggesting cinema, isnt that kind of boring? Sitting down next to each other for 2 hours not talking not interacting then going home?
    Am I missing the point here?

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    Good point, but it is a common date idea!

    Look at my other suggestions
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    (Original post by Souljer)
    Netflix n chill

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    ^^^^
    vvvvv

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    netflix?


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    (Original post by Reue)
    School canteen
    I'm homeschooled, bee-yatch!

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    (Original post by icantfeelmyface)
    To those suggesting cinema, isnt that kind of boring? Sitting down next to each other for 2 hours not talking not interacting then going home?
    Am I missing the point here?

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    Maybe go to a park before / after and sit on the grass? (Assuming it's a nice park).

    You can talk quietly while the trailers are showing, maybe buy some popcorn and reach for it at the same time, things like that. If it's a scary movie she might hold onto you.
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    (Original post by icantfeelmyface)
    I'm homeschooled, bee-yatch!

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    It shows..
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    mcdonalds children play area
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    (Original post by Reue)
    It shows..
    No need to exaggerate how evidently in awe you are of my socioeconomic status and achievements in the worlds of sports and academia.

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