Alphabet Dating Ideas
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Sit, kneel, explore, pray. Let peace and reverence seep into your being. Quietly pray for each other. If you like, discuss your deepest spiritual beliefs afterwards. You can even dramatize your role as servant. Just make sure that you alternate the favor sometime soon. Turn off your cell phones, computer, the TV, and the lights. Cheap Dates Go to an amusement park or arcade. Go without the kids and BE kids again.
Do those silly arcade games like skee ball or whack-a-mole.
Impress your spouse with your strength or cunning…or laugh at your ineptitude. Play a game from your childhood — croquet, badminton, hide and seek, miniature golf.
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Reminisce and be playful together. Look around your city and do the things a tourist might do — go to an overlook, a quaint neighborhood, the botanical gardens, a museum, whatever is special about your hometown.
Inspired by Co-op America. Build something together — ice cream sundaes, a pizza with your favorite toppings, a tower of blocks. Perhaps you will find a chuckle over the odd or weird combinations that reflect your different approaches to food, building, and life. Each spouse could choose a favorite activity which you then combine into one evening, or the wife could propose her favorite activities for one date and the husband plans the next date with his favorites.
Ride a city bus for the whole route.
Reflect on the sights you see and the lives of the people who are your fellow passengers. Debrief your insights afterwards. Wait for snow and give yourself permission to make snow angels or make a snowman. Go roller blading or revisit your childhood by visiting a roller skating rink. Visit a pet store together. This is usually good for stirring up warm fuzzy feelings. Talk about any pets you had as a child. Ever gone midnight bowling?
Some places have special music, lighting, and gimmicks. Look through old photo albums and tell each other stories of your childhood and families. If you feel really energetic, make it a time to put all those loose photos in albums or on a disc.
During Lent, go to a fish fry. The fish is not the point. M — Set up your own out door Movies projector is required. Find a Medieval themed Festival. Visit your local Museum or go to a Musical. N — Go for a Night time walk.
Let's be real about date night, it's the end of romance. Even when it shouldn't be.
Chill out in Nando's. How about Netflix and chill? O — Watch an Opera. Eat and talk Outdoors. Sit by the Ocean. P — Have a Picnic. Go to the Park or write each other poems. Q — Go Quad biking. Arrange a couples Quiz night. R — Go on a unplanned Road Trip. Random Act of Kindness.
Go on a Roller coasters. Try indoor Rock Climbing. Go on a Scavenger Hunt. Go to a Shooting Range.
Wake up and get a good view Sunrise or SunsetStriptease. Ride away on some segways. T — Play Trivia. Go for some Tacos. Go to the Theatre. Visit a Theme Park. Play a game of Tennis. Otherwise, what is couple-hood? Doing chores together everyday? Some couples find date night, well, un-fun.
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Boring, or secretly disappointing, or they are unable to shrug off that subliminal pressure that the night should be a certain way, romantic or exciting. So change the game. As a rule, activities are better than sitting beside each other at a restaurant over-eating … and a lot more memorable.
Advertisement One soon-to-be married couple that I spoke with "alphabet date". In turn, they plan date nights for each other in alphabetical order. If you can double up or triple letters, all the better. For instance "D" might be going to a dance class, followed by dumplings.
Or "E" could be eating enchiladas, a walk on the esplanade, then moon-gazing at the Eureka tower. Date night for hubby and I, stats: Typically it goes something like this: