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Just wondering what are some good places to take your girlfriend to which are free. We are both teenagers so basically pretty broke. I thought for her to come over but my house is really boring (not much to do) and I can't go over to her house.
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Go for a walk. Throw a frisbee around.
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Depends what you are looking to do, a walk could be nice, im sure there are some walks if you look for them on the internet that are near where you live. I always think if its not raining a walk could be good this time of year, wrapping up warm and having some good company.
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mmm...window shopping???
but then she'll know your broke
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Yeah go for a walk, or picnic.
Something cute.
Even just walk around town n have a laugh
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museums are free
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and boring *yawn*
(maybe I'm just not as cultured as vapid slut magician??)
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Walk along the river bank, picnic in the park, bike ride in the countryside, feed the ducks at the pond (might cost £1 for a loaf of bread), camping in a deserted field and watching the stars in the dark, bath by candle light, volunteer at a soup kitchen together.
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Walk along the river bank, picnic in the park, bike ride in the countryside, feed the ducks at the pond (might cost £1 for a loaf of bread), camping in a deserted field and watching the stars in the dark, bath by candle light, volunteer at a soup kitchen together.
aaawwww that sounds cute
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could you not afford just a coffee?? like 1.50 from the local cafe.. or literally just wandering through town, i've bummed around a book shop having a blast before just looking through the books and on the sofas in waterstones.

especially if you find a hilarious sex book with illustrations...

i've got serious issues with the cold so a walk in the hills would be awful. unless you provide her thermals and amazingly warm gloves if she's like me and doesn't seem to have any natural insulation whatsoever.

*EDIT - in the summer walking would be amazing. and highly romantic. yet it's nearly feb... warn her beforehand at least and go in massive ski jackets!!
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aaawwww that sounds cute
Which in particular? It would be one hectic evening if he did them all
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Just wondering what are some good places to take your girlfriend to which are free. We are both teenagers so basically pretty broke. I thought for her to come over but my house is really boring (not much to do) and I can't go over to her house.
Walk in the park or beach.
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A park bench with a 2 litre bottle of White Lightning, then wing it from there :P
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A park bench with a 2 litre bottle of White Lightning, then wing it from there :P
Oh dear, oh dear.

If you're in good company, then it shouldn't really matter what you're doing. Try a walk on the beach, even if it is cold it's always nice. Random walks in general are always nice, a good chance to talk and just have fun.
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and boring *yawn*
(maybe I'm just not as cultured as vapid slut magician??)
evidently
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mmm...window shopping???
but then she'll know your broke
You could window shop. But somewhere really, really expensive where it'd be impossible for most people to shop. That could be quite romantic and Breakfast at Tiffany's.

You could always stay at home and bake. Or have a picnic. You could do it in a tent in your garden and pretend you're camping. Or do lots of stuff you used to do when you were kids- like make a blanket fort or something.

I guess picnics and baking do cost but you can always use stuff you already have.
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There's nothing better than walking along the beach on a warm summer's evening just as it's getting dark. I've walked and talked all night once before. It was gorgeous and then we watched the sun rise. That was a good night.

Sadly it's not summer and I have no idea if you live by a beach. I like the feeding the ducks/walk in the park idea. I'm sure you could find £1.50 from somewhere for a cup of tea/coffee afterwards to warm up a bit.
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Oh dear, oh dear.
Fine, Strongbow then :rolleyes:
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You could do it in a tent in your garden and pretend you're camping. Or do lots of stuff you used to do when you were kids- like make a blanket fort or something.
That! Sounds AWESOME!

Then again, I've spent half the day sitting inside a cardboard box

Though, I'm making into a rubik's cube for Saturday... Anyways...


Erm, What others have suggested really!
A walk around the local area would be nice. Or doing something arty / creative together.

As we don't know what you guys both like, there's only so much we can suggest!
If she's into games and stuff, you could challenge her to a game on a console (I'm things Crash Team Racing / Mario-kart / Monkeyball style!)
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Bike rides.
That's what I did when i was a kid.
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