I'm just asking to see how many of you single folks out there, wouldn't mind sharing your thoughts on what you think the perfect date should be like, in your own opinion. Or if you've already had it, then please tell us your story of this perfect date. And please folks, don't skip on the details.
my perfect date would be simply being be the person I genuinely liked. For more specifics. Maybe dinner where we both dressed up, especially if it would be both of our first time. a moonlit walk, if it's cold outside he offers his coat or jacket. candles, privacy and a good kisser. and a man who is equally passionate, not selfish or likes to skip or rush foreplay
That's easy. For me, the perfect date would be, "just spending time together." It does not matter what we are doing; from working on a puzzle together, or dining out, or a movie, or cross-country skiing ... as long as we do it together, it's a perfect date for me!
My perfect date would be spending the whole day and night with them. First i would have him pick me up from my house and take me to a pretty beach to spend the evening in the water, walking, collecting shells, teasing eachother, playing volleyball. Then when we'd get hungry he'd take out the lunch he picked out for us something cute with strawberries so he could feed it to me, kind of like a picnic on the beach. Then as it go t darker we'd lay out on a blanket watching the sunset, until we kissed. Then we'd go in our hotel room that he booked for us, and we'd lay down next to eachother and watch a movie on the television while snuggling. Then we'd fall asleep together,and wake up to eachother
The one where I have no idea it's a date! I worked in a mall when I was much much younger. It was one of those women's clothing stores. I was the only male on staff. They needed someone to climb the ladders and put away the stock and hang the promotionals. That was me. We could only go on lunch two at a time. One day, when I was being assissted by one of my young lady co-workers, we got to a point where there were no more deliveries coming in that day. So I said to her, "before I take down all these signs, why don't we go get some lunch?" Purely a co-worker to co-worker kind of lunch, as far as I was concerned. We talked and ate, and I didn't think much of it. Turns out, she wasn't taking lunch. She was at the end of her shift. I put my right hand out for a friendly handshake because it was the first day I really encountered her. She took my right with her left hand and pushed it aside, wrapped her arms around me and kissed me. Not a friendly kiss, more like a 'let's be way more than friendly' kind of kiss. I was delightedly shocked!
Someone opening the car door for me- saying I look beautiful not insulting me when i give an opinion/ although arguing their opinion is acceptable and of course chewing with their mouth closed. That would be a great date...
The one where you just met at some random place (so I guess it's not exactly a date as you did not really arrange it) and there's such chemistry between you going on that you decide to do something a bit crazy together. Like both do the same tattoo on the same place or whatever... after that you just spend the wild night building on that chemistry...
The most perfect dates I have ALREADY been on were when I took her to a theme park here in Orlando. At a theme park you can be yourself, wear casual clothes and have a great time.
You really see each other as they really are, having fun on rides and you have lots of time to talk as your in line for the rides. It just really cuts all the crap and shows each other how they each really are.
Ive been on at least one undred dates and its typically difficult to leave a date and say, Wow this was perfect. One instance I had went like this. The date was sponaneous, spur of the moment. Ive been talking to this girl for some time over the phone and I finally said, Lets meet up and get some coffee. I said coffee because it was very late at night and neither of us could sleep. We met up for the first time and our conversations were endless. Time went by faster than it ever had and before I knew it I was there for over 3 hours. We had endless conversations, a lot of laughs, no interuptions, eye gazing, and in the end we felt like we knew each other for ever; easliy said that there was a second date to come. In the end she wasnt my type... long story.
Snuggling and caressing in front of a warm fire place in a beautiful log cabin in the middle of a rain forest, complete with a spa bath and champagne. A beautiful glass ceiling that shows the evening skies.
My boyfriend and I have recently broken up three days ago after a 2 year and 7 month relationship. He says he is stressed and doesn't really know what to think/feel. The stress is from our best friend dying with cancer...