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Even when you bring your A-game or have a great connection, not every date can be The Best Date Ever. The most romantic among us still has to occasionally settle for the staples: dinner and a movie or a quiet night in—even if you do have a million romantic date ideas.
StyleCaster reached out to people to hear some of their favorite date storiesand they definitely delivered.
From pet adoptions to road trips to a little role playing, these GOAT dates are as varied as the people who shared them. We looked it up, and the animal shelter in our new city was open. So we went! We fell in love with a bonded pair of two-year-old cats. We talked about it after we left and decided we wanted to adopt them, so we went back later that week to pick them up. We have had Blue and Gansey for almost four years now and that was one of my favorite dates because it brought us our cats, who are seriously so loved. We had planned it for weeks and were so excited, but the day before he unexpectedly got called into work and his only options were to A: show up or B: be fired.
When I got to his house, he brought me to his deck where he surprised me with his city version of camping under the stars. He put up a tent, brought out an air mattress and made it super cozy inside, then added a finishing touch of sunflowers my favorite! Our most memorable date was a beautiful nighttime walk on a trail that wound through a snow-covered forest. The snow was falling in big, puffy flakes and sticking to the each and every branch of the trees.
Every time there was a break in the trees, we could look up and see millions of stars. We just walked and talked for an hour or two as we trudged through the snow together holding hands. That date happened when we were We were just kids, and yet it was the start of something truly magical as we have been happily married for 4 years now!
It felt like something pulled from the s of a romance novel.
When we were in Arizona, we found a dirt road in the mountains and decided to see where it lead. He took me on his motorcycle, and we went up the mountain, through a river and between trees until we found a beautiful clearing with no other souls around.
It was by the river on a lovely sunny day, so we laid down in the sun and listened to the water flow and watched birds up ahead. It was a perfectly peaceful moment — nothing else mattered in the world. We shared childhood memories, observed the outdoors and talked about the simple joy of life, like this moment. The table we got was in the back and very private. We had the most amazing candle lit dinner. There was good conversation the whole time, even on the car ride home.
We took a minute to stare at the moon and the stars and that was it. He knew I liked seeing one or two fireflies so the thoughtfulness and how beautiful it was was amazing! A post shared by FreshMinds Digital Photography freshmindsphotography. We got Colombian food and walked around the pier before going to a wine paint bar where we could drink while taking a Bob Ross-like painting class. Afterwards I drove her back to her car and she had a deflated tire. I taught her how to pump her tires but she had a puncture anyway. She was stuck so she came to my place, put on some of my sweats and we just had a nice night of smoking weed and held hands until we fell asleep.
Surprisingly there was no one else there. We had gone out to dinner before so it was more of a dessert picnic hot chocolate in a thermos and brownies. Basically we went shopping together and grilled at my place. It was super fun and super inexpensive and I won too I put stuffed blue cheese olives in my burger! Not before. Gotta finish the episode. We just sat and laid on all kinds of different furniture and had great memories and comfy conversation the whole time. It felt like a dream — not particularly because of the activities we did but just because there was a really great connection between us.
It was really different and sweet. A post shared by Courtney Moody mrs. One time we were going out to dinner at a restaurant in Jack London Square, in Oakland. We had a wonderful dinner together and then hopped back on his motorcycle to head home. He yelled back to me and asked if I would be okay if we stopped by Lake Merritt to see the lights at night. Sure thing.
Ian had reserved the gondola for us and he unpacked his bag, which had a bottle of wine and some chocolate truffles! Our gondola driver sang Italian love songs as we drifted under the moonlight sipping wine and laughing. Holy Toledo, was that a romantic and beautiful evening! The love was multi-layered: that he had planned a surprise, that he had discovered a way to bring Italy to usthat he brought the wine and chocolates, that he was so charming and handsome all night, etc! A post shared by iszakeszti iszakeszti.
I went there on a date one evening after dark, and there are a lot of twinkling lights in it was just a beautiful place. I drove for about 30 minutes and he tried to figure out where we were going the entire time. We ate dinner and then went to a trampoline park. Somehow we were the only ones in the entire place, which was so great.
It was in St. Louis Missouri and the top floor of a hotel was a revolving restaurant. We were dressed up, the meal was amazing, and when he asked me to marry him it seemed like my life was complete! When he told me what we were doing, it sounded pretty stupid.
However, once we started doing it, I found it very therapeutic. There was no concern for what would happen once we left, just us laughing and talking while channeling some rage. He picked me up that evening and drove me to the waterfront.
We walked by the piers and sat on a bench overlooking the water while he told me how he felt about me in great detail. He drove me to a little jazz club and sat me down at a table. He ordered my favorite drink from the bar, a French Martini, and told me to order anything I wanted from the menu.
Then, he stood and said he needed to do something. He walked over to the band that was performing. He chose to perform a Billie Holiday song. At one point, he sat down at our table and played his trombone beside me. I tried to keep it together, but I cried like a baby. The entire date was so thoughtful and romantic.
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