Describe the best date that you ever had.

  • mladri

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    Sep 04, 2014 3:50 PM GMT
    I'll start.

    The best date that I ever had was with one guy that I met here on RealJock.
    We started to chat and after few weeks of chatting we decided to go on a date. He's from Italy so I traveled to Rome to meet this guy.
    We met each other on a train station, and after that we went on a lunch near the Colosseum. The restaurant was awesome, with the best view ever. After that we rent bikes and he was showing me all parts of Rome. Also, he surprised me with romantic dinner at his favorite restaurant which was outside of the city.

    There, that was mine favorite date so far.

    What's yours?
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    Sep 04, 2014 5:06 PM GMT
    The best date for me was with my s.o. (Bob). We met here in Forums in '07 and just e-mailed and then phoned each other daily for about a year, spending countless hours on the phone. We lived on opposite ends of the country. Finally we met, at the Sky Harbor Airport in Phoenix. We'd seen photos of each other, but this was our first meeting. It was exhilarating seeing him, hugging him, being with him as we went to lunch. I picked a nice place, kind of quiet with lots of oak paneling and leather booths. I remember at some point when we finished eating, I just had to move some of the things on the table aside, so I could reach across and hold his hand. (Sounds cornball, I know, but we'd waited SO long to meet). Finally, we got up and went for a walk and found a place for that first kiss. I'll never forget it. Best first date - ever!
  • Webster666

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    Sep 05, 2014 4:12 AM GMT
    He was a bartender at a bar that I frequented.
    He invited me to his house for dinner. It was simple, basic home cooking which I love. Funny, but I can remember that we had baked chicken, potatoes, and acorn squash. Way too much food.
    After dinner, he casually confessed that he had some minor ailment that would prevent us from having sex.
    Then, he asked me if I wanted to take a bath, together. I said, "Sure." He had a wonderful old claw foot tub that he filled with water and bubbles. We just laid back, with me holding him in my arms, and we talked for a long time.
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    Sep 05, 2014 4:25 AM GMT
    futbol game + choripan + beer + blowjob in the car without expecting it.
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    Sep 05, 2014 11:08 PM GMT
    ice skating in front of city hall downtown Toronto on new years day at 4am in the morning just the two of us, and kissing in the middle of the ice rink icon_redface.gif
  • Darwin1122

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    Sep 05, 2014 11:54 PM GMT
    Long walk on empty beach at night sharing a J and talking life. Ended with the best make out sesh of my life and a couple follow up dates. I was in love (only time I've ever really been) but he wasn't. I had to cut communication with him last year... hardest thing I've ever done in my life, including coming out. I'm stronger for it though.
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    Sep 06, 2014 12:23 AM GMT
    I had a similar experience as the OP, although it wasn't really a date. My ex and I traveled to Rome together, we stayed in the Cavour area. We explored the Colosseum, Borghese Gallery, Trevi Fountain...etc..We stayed for about 8 days in Roma. It was more like a romantic honeymoon trip, wasn't a date. The most romantic thing we've done in Rome was We visited a couple of museums and had Italian/Pasta at a cute cozy restaurant close to the church of Angels by the Tiber river. We hung out at the Trevi fountain at night too. It was pretty romantic. icon_biggrin.gif

    One of the best dates I had back in California was several years ago. I met this guy (from Chicago) in LA, He was on a business trip or something. We hung out and I slept over at his hotel by LAX (The Sheraton or Crowne)?? Lol I forgot. The next day he rented a Prius and drove me along Santa Monica and we ventured into Malibu. We hung out in Malibu and had some food, talked and kinda cuddled on the beach. It was a very Zen beach date. We went back to the hotel by LAX and had some hot sex !! Lol, I stayed with him until later that night. The next day, he flew back to Chicago, we tried to keep in touch for a while but unfortunately, it didn't work out. Lol, a beach date is sexy and romantic (imho). icon_biggrin.gif
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    Sep 06, 2014 3:05 AM GMT
    It was actually just this past January with a guy I met on okcupid who lived in a suburb of Minneapolis. We had been emailing and talking on the phone for several weeks already but had not yet met in person.

    He drove up to Duluth on a Saturday afternoon. We went out to dinner, during which we were already kissing each other across the table. Both of us being classical music fans, we then proceeded to a Duluth-Superior Symphony Orchestra concert where we were doing lots of handholding and arms around the other persons shoulders, etc. Then we went back to my house and had spectacular sex and the next morning we just had a great time hanging out.

    Alas, three days later on the phone he told me that he was planning to leave Minnesota for warmer climes within the next few months now that his youngest daughter was finishing high school. (He's in his early 50s and had been married to a woman for 25 years before divorcing around 5 years ago.)

    We continued to see each other periodically for the next few months without expectations of commitment. Finally, I cut off communications with him after he finalized plans to move to Michigan with a guy he had met there.

    And even though it ended, that first date with him was my best date ever and I'm thankful for the great times I had with him.
  • SilverRRCloud

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    Sep 06, 2014 7:09 AM GMT
    I should probably start writing a book on the subject.

    For a dude who is NOT into dating that much, I have had far too many, too memorable ones to be able to choose oneicon_razz.gif

    The most spectacular one was a three week trip around the world - a most wonderful experience because we connected on so many levels that it felt like we had been married for years.

    Another one was when my BF at the time and I (all male and 0 femme) decided to be radically different for the fun of it, and toured the Napa and Sonoma counties in a pink cadillac.

    Dates are fun.

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    Sep 07, 2014 1:13 PM GMT
    SilverRRCloud said I have had far too many, too memorable ones to be able to choose oneicon_razz.gif


    Yes, but there's always one you will always remember.

    We had been dating for a year and were spending a week on Cape Cod. On a whim we decided to fly over to Nantucket for dinner from Hyannis. The flight was unforgettable (boarding pass, security gate, then "Hi I'm Bob the pilot'). Flying low over the water dotted with sailboats just at sunset was too romantic. Then a dinner of lobster tails in champagne buerre blanc, with service perfectly timed to get us back to the airport in time for the flight back to Hyannis. Then flying over the water on a night of full moon and a thousand stars. It could not get any more romantic.
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    Sep 08, 2014 3:37 AM GMT
    Oh my goodness what an awesome question! It's been years ago since this happened but I still remember it. He, Michael my Italian boyfriend at the time, surprised me and took me out on my birthday. He came over and I thought that we were going to just sit and watch tv together and probably fuck at some point. But instead he told me "Let's go, we're going out tonight." I was shocked and surprised at first but I did notice how good he was dressed and how good he smelled (he bought a new colgne just for this night). I said okay, got dressed, and we left. He took me to Dave and Busters, a place I had never been to before. We were both in our 20s so a place with video games, bowling, and food was awesome to me!! ha. He bought everything that night and it was incredible. We went to sit by a lake later in the night after we left the place and we kissed, cuddled, and just enjoyed each other's company. Eventually we came back to my place and he simply stopped at the door and said "I'll see you tomorrow." Needless to say I was a little confused and disappointed. But he did come over the next night and my god, that was the hottest sex I've ever had in my life! I'm blushing thinking back on it now. I will spare you the details of everything that went on, but it was awesomeeeee! So that was my best date ever. Man, I haven't thought about that in years. Nice. Thanks for your question bro.
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    Sep 08, 2014 6:50 AM GMT
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  • SilverRRCloud

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    Sep 08, 2014 9:33 AM GMT
    TexDef07 said
    SilverRRCloud said I have had far too many, too memorable ones to be able to choose oneicon_razz.gif


    Yes, but there's always one you will always remember.

    We had been dating for a year and were spending a week on Cape Cod. On a whim we decided to fly over to Nantucket for dinner from Hyannis. The flight was unforgettable (boarding pass, security gate, then "Hi I'm Bob the pilot'). Flying low over the water dotted with sailboats just at sunset was too romantic. Then a dinner of lobster tails in champagne buerre blanc, with service perfectly timed to get us back to the airport in time for the flight back to Hyannis. Then flying over the water on a night of full moon and a thousand stars. It could not get any more romantic.


    The problem here being that I have such a good memoryicon_smile.gif

    The one which sticks out, too, had to do with an old, old Greek movie about Alexander the Great, shot many years before Colin Farrell starred in that story in 2004.

    The movie shows a possibly legendary reunion of Lord Curzon with Sir Arthur Evans in Athens, Greece on the New Year's Eve 1899. The two men left the party at the Grand Bretagne Hotel for a ride in a horse-drawn carriage to the Cape Sounion to see the sunrise of the new century.

    I doubt that they could have made it in a carriage (43 miles); during one short night, and made it to Sounion for the sunrise... But I liked the idea very much. A fast car, good company, and wonderfully arranged picnic basket did the rest...

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