What does the perfect date look like for you?

@Starline (681)
United States
February 14, 2007 6:59am CST
Seeing that it's Valentines day today and I can't be with my husband, I can still enjoy thinking about what I would do if I had the chance to. I love thai food so I would like for us to start the evening with a visit to a nice thaiplace, and after that I would like for us to go watch some really good movie in the theathre, be it a comedy or something else, as long as it has good ratings. My husband and I love food so we might to have a Coldstone sundae after the movie, and share it while we take a walk downtown. What's your idea of a perfect date? Maybe you prefer doing something more adventurous, or maybe even to stay at home together and watching tv in pyjamas?
3 responses
@umavarma1 (929)
• India
14 Feb 07
Picking the right environment for a date is important. It can't be too romantic, busy or cheap! so we should find somewhere where we like to go and is comfortable.Probably the most superb for your unforgetable date sounds the idea about riding horses in the beach, across the water vawes in the view of sunset on the ocean...if you cant organize all those things keep the idea only about riding horses. Also could be suitable places near the forest or in some empty fields full of flowers. Your partner will always be impressed by the oldest idea about organizing romantic dinner near the candle lights. It sounds very classical but believe me it is only up to you to make it special find out what he or she doesnt like about food and learn couple of recipes that you can make on your own. This realy wont cause you any problems because there are lots of information about cooking and serving table. If you are a guy make sure that she will come earlier and notice you cooking. It would be even more impressive than already served table. Everyone likes going to the zoo and it would realy ensure you very romantic trip that you can always choose instead of simple going for a walk. All those animals and nature get people close together and eliminate stress. Such an interesting way of spending time together wont cost you a lot but such an evening will be memorable and pithy. You would never delude yourself with inviting your date to a museum, ancient places of your town, castles, galeries or some cultural festivals. It even could help to know a lot about your partner, because such places oblige people to talk about peculiar things and shows his/her attitude to the world. Finally, no matter where you go always use your imagination fly a kite, play hide and seek or paint fight, dance in the rain, draw one another or something.
@Starline (681)
• United States
14 Feb 07
I love all of your ideas! I'm afraid we did the horsebackriding one when we were in Morocco - I loved it but my husband was really scared.. no wonder when his horse started to canter along mine.. only difference is thatI have been riding for years and this was his first time :p But goodness, I love horses so I would do it again any day :) I also love the idea of going to the zoo, so much fun!!
• India
19 Feb 07
hey its very nice to know you liked my idea. enjoy and message me if it worked well
@raijin (10380)
• Philippines
14 Feb 07
I think as long as it's going smooth and everything's all set, that for me is a perfect date already. It can be simple but elegant, just as long as nothing bad would happen. It's also important to make each other happy, exchanging gifts, dine outside or just eat along with each's family.
@Starline (681)
• United States
14 Feb 07
I can agree with you there, meaning that a date can be really bad if you are not up for it, even if you have the perfect conditions, just as well as a simple walk can be perfect if you both are happy and in love :)
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• United States
14 Feb 07
If I could have a dream date with my husband right now, it would be to go back to Montreal for the day. He is from Montreal and I LOVE that city SOOO much! We would go to a Japanese restaurant there...they have such wonderful food and it's so fun to watch the cooks. Then, walk down St Denise St...stop in a the sidewalk cafes for coffee, go into the clubs for some great music...shop in the little spiritual shops all along the way. That would be a wonderful get away for us.
@Starline (681)
• United States
14 Feb 07
It really sounds like a great date! I love japanese food too, yummy :) I would love to visit Montreal some day. If nothing else, because Canada is in the forefront of sustainability research which I'm very interested in :)