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    I am a (forever) single guy and would like a relationship, but as things stand it won't happen anytime soon. Though I have always wondered if I did have a girlfriend where the hell would I take her out?

    I know we can go to restaurants for dinners, cinemas for movies, but where else?

    On to my question(s), for those in relationships where do you people go to spend quality time together? How often do you go?
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    To the strip club in John's fake taxi
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    ^^ Banta

    (In the same position, but not looking) - perhaps finding out things you both like doing? Bowling, cinema, going for ice-cream after some shopping (that's a trek, but ICE-CREAM ) Just doing random stuff together that'll make memories - and once you get established, maybe going out with other friends/ couples? There's a lot of stuff going on in cities (I'm in London) - expensive.

    Just chillin' at each others houses with a film, popcorn and a blanky is a great substitute always when there's nothing to do And if you can find a PotterHead, Harry P marathons are great But any fandom you both like (or one of you could introduce the other to it - who knows? You may like it) is great; having your own debates, theories and love for the same great piece of fiction. Passion in the right sense of the word
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    Going for a walk somewhere like a country park or the coastline is always nice. You can go and do something fun together like bowling or ice skating or something. Retail shopping together is sometimes good, depends really. You don't have to always go out though, a good night in together is great.
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    Go karting, skating, jet skiing, the zoo, carnival, Tate Modern and horse riding.
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    (Original post by BrainyBengali)
    ^^ Banta

    (In the same position, but not looking) - perhaps finding out things you both like doing? Bowling, cinema, going for ice-cream after some shopping (that's a trek, but ICE-CREAM ) Just doing random stuff together that'll make memories - and once you get established, maybe going out with other friends/ couples? There's a lot of stuff going on in cities (I'm in London) - expensive.

    Just chillin' at each others houses with a film, popcorn and a blanky is a great substitute always when there's nothing to do And if you can find a PotterHead, Harry P marathons are great But any fandom you both like (or one of you could introduce the other to it - who knows? You may like it) is great; having your own debates, theories and love for the same great piece of fiction. Passion in the right sense of the word
    Used to like Harry Potter but then lost interest, but I'm starting to miss it now.

    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    Going for a walk somewhere like a country park or the coastline is always nice. You can go and do something fun together like bowling or ice skating or something. Retail shopping together is sometimes good, depends really. You don't have to always go out though, a good night in together is great.
    I always thought the idea of going for a walk would bore a woman.

    (Original post by saraxh)
    Go karting, skating, jet skiing, the zoo, carnival, Tate Modern and horse riding.
    So women actually would be interested in going to a zoo/museum? :toofunny: Sorry for sounding naive (I've never been in a relationship).
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    (Original post by Newbie_noob)
    Used to like Harry Potter but then lost interest, but I'm starting to miss it now.



    I always thought the idea of going for a walk would bore a woman.



    So women actually would be interested in going to a zoo/museum? :toofunny: Sorry for sounding naive (I've never been in a relationship).
    I've heard of people doing that
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    (Original post by Newbie_noob)
    I always thought the idea of going for a walk would bore a woman.
    Women love all that romantic s***, unless they're the superficial/high maintenance type of course.
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    It's a phase perhaps - you think you can grow out of it, but you'll always come back home... JK is a magician like dat (don't wanna say 'witch' - makes her sound bad - then again, she does refer to women as such in the books.)

    Meh :emo:
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    (Original post by saraxh)
    I've heard of people doing that
    Fair enough.

    (Original post by WoodyMKC)
    Women love all that romantic s***, unless they're the superficial/high maintenance type of course.
    Pleasing a woman shouldn't be too hard then, so if I were to go for a walk with a woman on a first date (like after a lunch) what would I talk about?
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    (Original post by Newbie_noob)
    Pleasing a woman shouldn't be too hard then, so if I were to go for a walk with a woman on a first date (like after a lunch) what would I talk about?
    I don't think things like that are ideal for a first date, much more suited to a couple that are comfortable with each other and just want to enjoy each others company to some nice scenery.
 
 
 
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