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What are some good, laidback first date ideas?

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    There's a girl I recently met at uni who I really. We've spoken a few times and hang out/go to social events together as part of the same group. I'm planning to ask her out sometime this week when I see her again. I obviously dont know if she'll say yes or not but i just want to have a date plan in place already so its not just "would you like to go out sometime?"Would be cool to hear from any girls; how have you been asked out at uni? is there a bad/good way to do it? also what signs would you give to a guy you were interested in dating

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    It could be anything you know you two would enjoy. Although I would strongly recommend not taking her to the movie. In my experience, it is important to interact as much as possible with each other on a first date and a movie obviously isn't a place where you can exactly do that at its finest.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    There's a girl I recently met at uni who I really. We've spoken a few times and hang out/go to social events together as part of the same group. I'm planning to ask her out sometime this week when I see her again. I obviously dont know if she'll say yes or not but i just want to have a date plan in place already so its not just "would you like to go out sometime?"Would be cool to hear from any girls; how have you been asked out at uni? is there a bad/good way to do it? also what signs would you give to a guy you were interested in dating

    thanks
    Doing past STEP papers and whoever gets the lower mark takes a shot of vodka each time.
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    Can't be anymore laid back than in a bed.
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    Going out for a coffee is a simple date
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    Coffee and bowling.

    Ice skating to break the ice? (yeah you fatty)
 
 
 
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