3 tips to planning an unforgettable date

Dating should be fun. Stop with the basic dinner date.


Leave that for when you’re with your significant other. Kicking off a relationship should start with an unforgettable date or two, something exciting to get the blood rushing. Something memorable to tell your friends.

By now, you’ve probably heard of the American dating and relationship reality television series called The Bachelor. Perhaps it’s even your guilty pleasure! The premise is to have a bachelor set up with a group of ladies, spending time with each of them in both group and one-on-one settings until he narrows the list down to one special person. You might be curious about how these ladies end up head over heels in love with the bachelor, claiming that their bond is indeed unique and special, despite the many other women he is currently dating. Sure, you could blame the pressurized environment, TV crews, and fantasy-like dream scenarios, not to mention the high-value bachelor himself for this turn-out event. But if there’s anything, the show teaches us that exciting dates are able to get blood (and libido) rushing, resulting in that special chemistry that so many of us desire.

The Bachelor is just a TV show, but many of the concepts presented can be applied in real life. Dates can be incredibly exciting and memorable, albeit not captured for TV. It’s just a matter of pumping up the energy and thrill that comes along with planning the perfect date and putting time and energy into creating the perfect chemistry with your girl. Sure, you may have failed several times in wooing a drop-dead gorgeous girl, only to give them a lackluster evening. Fortunately, you can always try again! If you aren’t naturally a romantic and have no clue how to start planning an unforgettable date, you’ve come to the right place. Here are three ways to get your girl to enjoy your date to the fullest - that she can’t wait to tell her friends about it! Read on...

The Segmented Date: With a plot and twist!

What better way to plan an unforgettable date than to segment it into several fun activities? This utilizes the classic novel strategy: There’s a plot, but there’s also a twist - or even two! To plan this type of date, you have to create a timeline. This can be sorted into three different parts, depending on how you want your date to go. The objective is to assess the chemistry between you and your date. The initial segment is a dating barometer to gauge to see if you and your date click. The second segment is a great way to spice up the date by getting her hooked and planting a seed of interest so that she wants to find out more. The final segment of your date should end up with a bang -- making the entire affair truly memorable. It’s like having three mini-dates in one night. This is sure to be something that she will want to tell her friends about. Who knows? This might eventually lead you to get her instant “yes” rending you one half of a couple!

The Activity Date: No dinner dates!

Here’s the thing: Stop with the basic dinner date. It’s a great way to spend some time with your significant other, but it isn’t the best way to kick off a relationship while you’re still getting to know each other. Chances are that your person of interest has been on quite a few dinner dates. All there is to do is stare at each other and try to initiate some conversation and maybe a little banter. Sure, you may be able to learn more about the other party, but there are so many better date ideas in mind! If you really want to wow her, come up with a date activity - one that you can enjoy together while getting to know each other better.

It’s a great idea to do a little bit of research before asking her out. Find out what she’s into and what she’s passionate about. Does she love animals? Why not plan a date where the two of you volunteer at the local animal shelter? It’s all up to you! Active dates create an environment that nurtures a far more organic and natural way of conversing. Opportunities for flirtation, touching, physical closeness, and more will be open to you. A great date doesn’t have to be extravagant. In fact, something as simple as a walk in the park can be refreshing. The setting will be more natural, allowing both of you to be at ease. Plus, it can even augment that intimate connection with a mere physical touch!

The Casual Date: Have fun and avoid interviewing her!

A date, in a nutshell, is a way to get to know each other and to see if you can get along and like having each other around. But for crying out loud, a date should not be like an interview with all the pressure and that question-and-answer portion. You’ve already had the adrenaline rush trying to invite her, and now that you’ve had her ‘yes’, you’ve got to draw her in.

How do you avoid interviewing her and actually connect with her on a deeper level? It’s simple. Our lives are a series of mini-stories. Ask her something that encourages her to tell you a few of yours. Listen to her intently and be genuinely interested. Respond as well with an engaging story and keep her hooked up and attentive. It’s supposed to be a two-way conversation! That being said, don’t worry too much - just let the conversation flow and you will be on the right track.

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Written by Tanya S
Dated: 2019-06-10
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