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    I found a really old thread where loads of people suggested that a movie and dinner date was too much?

    I was thinking of asking a nice girl I know if she wanted to see this movie, if she says yes then i was going to ask if she wanted to get something to eat after. The movie is only 1 and a half hours long and the dinner would probably be an hour.

    I cant see anything majorly wrong with that plan? Anyone else? I was thinking movie first and dinner after so we definitely have something to talk about. But i know the person quite well so its not like a get to know each other from scratch date.

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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I found a really old thread where loads of people suggested that a movie and dinner date was too much?

    I was thinking of asking a nice girl I know if she wanted to see this movie, if she says yes then i was going to ask if she wanted to get something to eat after. The movie is only 1 and a half hours long and the dinner would probably be an hour.

    I cant see anything majorly wrong with that plan? Anyone else? I was thinking movie first and dinner after so we definitely have something to talk about. But i know the person quite well so its not like a get to know each other from scratch date.

    Thoughts?
    I would recommend going ice skating with her. I just think its the perfect activity for you two to bond and get more comfortable around each other. If she falls down, you can be her knight and shining armour and pick her back up LOL! :ahee:. Then you have dinner at a restaurant of your choice where you can finally get to know each other on more personal level. :hubba:

    Good luck!
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    I found a really old thread where loads of people suggested that a movie and dinner date was too much?

    I was thinking of asking a nice girl I know if she wanted to see this movie, if she says yes then i was going to ask if she wanted to get something to eat after. The movie is only 1 and a half hours long and the dinner would probably be an hour.

    I cant see anything majorly wrong with that plan? Anyone else? I was thinking movie first and dinner after so we definitely have something to talk about. But i know the person quite well so its not like a get to know each other from scratch date.

    Thoughts?
    Sounds like a good idea! you can talk about the movie during dinner
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    (Original post by DeadEnd_96)
    I would recommend going ice skating with her. I just think its the perfect activity for you two to bond and get more comfortable around each other. If she falls down, you can be her knight and shining amour and pick her back up LOL! :ahee:. Then you have dinner at a restaurant of your choice where you can finally get to know each other on more personal level. :hubba:

    Good luck!
    Ah! Ice skating. I tell you what, if this plan goes well then i will ask her to accompany me on the ice rink next time
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    http://www.thestudentroom.co.uk/show....php?t=1735958

    Heres that old thread.
    A few people seemed to think it wasnt a good idea.

    Sounds good enough to me. We shall see how it goes
 
 
 
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