Why Dinner is a Terrible Date Idea [Infographic]

Dating is tricky.

His palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy
There’s vomit on his sweater already, mom’s spaghetti
He’s nervous, but on the surface he looks calm and ready…

Hopefully the second line doesn’t strike any chords, but the rest sounds pretty familiar, hey?

The key to great date ideas is simple and surprising: the activity. Dinner is nice, but to get those love chemicals pumping, a fun, novel activity is the answer:

 

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4 thoughts on “Why Dinner is a Terrible Date Idea [Infographic]”

  1. lele says:

    I do like dinner dates because you do get the chance to sit and talk about a whole range of things but at the same time it’s also great trying something that either both or one of you are a completely novice. It allows for them to see more of you and how you react and respond in certain situations and vice versa. Weigh it out they can both be interesting but one can fun. Not all the time you want to be having their deep convos right away.

  2. lele says:

    I do like dinner dates but because you do get the chance to sit and talk about a whole range of things but at the same time it’s also great trying something that either both or one of you are a completely novice. It allow for them to see more of you and how you react and respond in certain situations. Weight it out they can both be interesting but one can fun. It’s not all the time you want to be having their deep convos right away.

  3. naoma says:

    At least with a dinner date you can check out if he (or she) has table manners and it is a
    start. I am for a dinner date.

    1. Jen says:

      Are you saying table manners are more important than getting to know a person and seeing what they’re like in a relaxed environment, which an activity date provides? hmm…. I think not.

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