I love the TQOTD. Sometimes we like to use it for ideas for different things. Today’s is all about date ideas. You guys gave great ones.

TEXT QUESTION OF THE DAY:
What’s your DREAM first date like?

  • it's been so long since I've even been on a date. I'd say just a nice dinner, maybe a movie after. I'm pretty simple.
  • Blankets in the back of a pick up truck, picnic basket, music & stars.
  • Taco's... drinks...and
  • I helped him pick out a gift for secret Santa at work. 9 years ago.. Now we are picking out a house for our family.
  • 10 mile hike, 20 mile bike ride, maybe some tennis. Anything outdoors, anything involving exercise outside.
  • We went for pizza and then fishing in our farm pond! Now celebrating being married 5 years, and together 9
  • It's not the date but the person you're with that makes it perfect
  • Picnic at the park
  • This thought had left my mind years ago. No good guys left to pick from, so why torture oneself with redundant questions
  • A date with lots of laughter and openness
  • Our first date was an MSU football game! It was perfect!
  • A walk on a beach or in a woods with a picnic and some music.
  • Meeting at a coffee shop, then walking and talking, maybe stop at a food truck and eat on a bench. I love winter, so that would be pretty sweet.
  • First dates are just introductions... people put too much weight on them... regardless of what happens if it leads to a great relationship it was an outstanding first date, period.
  • He picks me up we go to eat a picnic in the park we talk and end up hitting it off
  • I already had it. It was his master plan to sweep me away from my ex husband . I drove over and he cooked an amazing shrimp pasta dish. We had wine and Netflix'd and chilled. It's the only date I've been on and the best date.
  • Dream first date with HOT DAN. Dinner, dancing, wine dine, helicopter ride to Las Vegas. Sunset cruise in Las Vegas. But again with Dan might be cookies and Milk lol 😝
  • Coffee that leads to chatting, a walk that goes on forever. And then a dinner that doesn’t feel like it should ever end. That’s a good date. I could do those every day.
  • I'd have to think about that one...but I know it at least would be on April 25th
  • Find a happy hour spot with half price drinks and apps. Then find a dinner spot with BOGO coupons or deals. Conversation flows naturally-feels effortless with lots of laughter. You feel like you can totally be yourself with the other person. Drive to a lake and walk along the shore for a bit. Sit by a fire overlooking the lake as the sun goes down. Maybe stop at Taco Bell on the way home.
  • Never having to date again is my dream

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