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Double date ideas?

Asked by blueberry_kid (5643 points ) May 5th, 2014

So I found out the my good friend’s boyfriend is best friends with my boyfriend. As soon as she told me my first idea was a double date, but I’m not sure what to do.

Maybe I’m just clueless or still have the mind of a 6 year old, but I don’t know any fun things to do on a double date, considering it’ll be my first.

Any ideas?

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Blondesjon's avatar

Pizzas and a movie never killed anyone.

Juels's avatar

Bowling, movie, mini-golf, pool, hiking, rock climbing, beach/swimming…

Kardamom's avatar

Ice skating, picnic, amusement park.

cookieman's avatar

If there’s a working, old drive-in movie theater near you, try a Double Feature.

Adirondackwannabe's avatar

How about cooking a meal together? That can be fun if at least one of you knows what they are doing.

chyna's avatar

^^All great ideas!

Crazydawg's avatar

Not knowing your age I am unable to offer up ideas.

ibstubro's avatar

Can’t a lot to the list above. Pick a couple according to the weather and your interests and propose it. Of make a couple of proposals and let the group decide.

Right now I vote picnic and miniature golf or @Blondesjon‘s pizza and a movie. It’s just a trial run. If it works you can worry more about what to do next time.

Crazydawg's avatar

Bowling, Minor League baseball game, rent paddle boats, pack a picnic go see the spring flowers at a local arboretum, fly kites, go to the zoo.

kritiper's avatar

Bowling for sure.

zenvelo's avatar

Another vote for bowling. And you with her boyfriend against her and your boyfriend. And dinner beforehand.

I did that on a double date a few years back even though we were all in our late forties. It was still a lot of fun.

ucme's avatar

“Pizzas and a movie never killed anyone”
Ahem…Aurora 2012, initial reports stating the movie playing during the shooting was Things To Do In Denver When You’re Dead, proved unfounded…according to our sources.

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