What was one of you best of favourite dates you have been on!!!

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    Nov 20, 2009 1:56 AM GMT
    Sorry lol but i have never dated in my life but i do like hear what other peoples dates have been like.
  • HndsmKansan

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    Nov 20, 2009 2:06 AM GMT
    JOSHY!! Great to see you in the forums..

    My best date was my second date I ever had with a man. He came back to my house to show me some family pictures.... and I attacked him for 4.5 hours.

    And he's still my bf.. ...
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    Nov 20, 2009 2:50 AM GMT
    Whatever you do stay away from Applees.

    Do they have those in Canada?

    Every date that started there, ended up in a ltr.
    Not a bad thing…just not at 18.

    Why aren’t you dating?
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    Nov 20, 2009 3:34 AM GMT
    Well i feel that i'm not ready yet.
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    Nov 20, 2009 7:11 AM GMT
    I think the best date I have ever had was with my current bf. He took me downtown to a little hole in the wall place that had little christmas lights all around and we had the greatest dinner, quaint, quiet and cozy. Then we put on our coats as it was december and headed back for the car...he grabbed my hand and we walked hand in hand down Monument avenue for a mile or two at night observing all the beautiful historic homes in this section of town that were decorated absolutely breathtakingly with lights garland and etc.

    He held me so close and so tight, hand in hand...we laughed, talked and had the best time. What made it even more special is that he doesn't even celebrate christmas...he did it all just for me.

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    Nov 20, 2009 7:38 AM GMT
    I've had a lot of great dates.... I keep thinking of more, but I'll stop with the ones below.
    I had a guy take me to Miami from Vegas for dinner and dancing.
    Another made me a raw food lunch and took me out on his sailboat on the SF Bay.
    One guy took me on his Ducati up the coast to Point Reyes National Park where we had oysters on the Tomales Bay
    Another told me to pack my bag for a weekend date and took me to Barcelona (it was a four day weekend)
    My last boyfriend made me a Valentines dinner after we had been dating for one week. When I arrived he had champagne, chocolate covered strawberries, red roses and a bunch of little gifts for me.
    Same guy took me to Yosemite for a weekend hiking date, we drove up in his Boxter, was wonderful...
    Then there was the Federal Agent who took me shooting at the range, taught me how to break a knee and tear jugular on the beach in Long Beach then turned on his lights and siren to get me to the airport in time to fly home to SF... that was fun!

    However, I think my favorite date was super simple. It was with my first boyfriend, I was 19 and I had never been kissed. He was 24 and had his own place and I had never been alone with him.
    I drove up to his place and his driveway leading all the way into his living room was lined with candles. He had a bed of pillows in the center and cocktails next to them with Sade playing.
    He positioned me very gently and sweetly, looked me in the eye, caressed my cheek, smiled, he cupped my jawline, moved his lips across my cheek, nose and chin then gave me the most unbelievably, soft at first then probing, beautiful kiss ever.... it was seriously magical. We kissed for hours... just kissed.
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    Nov 20, 2009 7:41 AM GMT
    redbull saidI think the best date I have ever had was with my current bf. He took me downtown to a little hole in the wall place that had little christmas lights all around and we had the greatest dinner, quaint, quiet and cozy. Then we put on our coats as it was december and headed back for the car...he grabbed my hand and we walked hand in hand down Monument avenue for a mile or two at night observing all the beautiful historic homes in this section of town that were decorated absolutely breathtakingly with lights garland and etc.

    He held me so close and so tight, hand in hand...we laughed, talked and had the best time. What made it even more special is that he doesn't even celebrate christmas...he did it all just for me.



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  • Celticmusl

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    Nov 20, 2009 1:52 PM GMT
    jprichva saidRomance....bah.....y'all are freaks......


    Lol, I'm guessing you're a Capricorn, you sound just like my best friend.
  • Celticmusl

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    Nov 20, 2009 1:57 PM GMT
    Ok, probably the best date I can recollect. Back in late 2006 I noticed on a gay chat board a guy that was from Michigan. He looked interesting, and real, so I started to chat him up. I still don't know why he was in my chat room for Akron Ohio. We found out through the first couple of chats we were both vegetarians, both love healthy eating and healthy food, both listen to npr, both are democrats, both into Harry Potter, both like to be outdoors hiking, biking, anything really, and we both work out. We chatted for a few months and we finally decided to meet. I suggested meeting halfway but he said he could drive to my place. I'm over 4 hrs away.

    Although he didn't indicate it on his profile, I made sure that he was relationship oriented and he stated he would only consider a relationship that was monogamous. I feel the same way.

    So the plan was to meet in March, on a Saturday, and he would stay the weekend....talk about taking chances! But the chatting and phone conversations felt really right...like everything clicked. He showed up late on Saturday because neither of us knew how long it would actually take. It took me awhile to answer the door because I have a dog that I like to put away so she doesn't overwhelm guests at first. (at a later date he said I took so long to answer the door he felt like it was a mistake and was going to head to the car).

    Anyhow....you know how you meet someone and your breath is taken away....it was like that for both of us....we could barely talk. We had plans to go to dinner and take a hike. On the way to the hike he started saying how he is really glad he made the trip and I am definitely his type. I had to agree with him that I thought he was awesome.

    After that the whole weekend is a blur now, but it was pretty much perfect. Being a sly dog, I took him to the most romantic places I knew. We got to see each other that summer almost every other weekend....from March to September. I basically thought it was going to be a longterm relationship but that didn't happen.

    In September of that year I had tickets to see Kathy Griffin, and he could not make it. He accepted a new schedule at work for extra pay that made him work weekends. Considering I didn't see him for two months, In October I had a phone conversation with him. I wanted to let him know that we could still be friends, and that if he didn't want to see me "in that way" as a lover than we could just be friends. He said "no, no, let's see where things go".

    After that I asked him at least a dozen times to come visit but he always backed out. So in March of 09 I finally resolved to myself to never invite him back again.

    We are still friends, he calls almost every week like clockwork. At one time he seemed kind of upset that I haven't talked with him in awhile and was almost pleading with me to still be friends(of which I still whole heartedly want to do). I just wish we could have carried that perfect weekend into more of long term situation for both of us, we made each other very happy.
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    Nov 20, 2009 2:00 PM GMT
    Aquarius huh Jprichva... perhaps watching some Rachel Maddow after reading Habermas will get your blood pumping for a cool debate that ends in sweaty pelvicness. Just a thought.

    As for me... it was a homemade dinner with really personal conversation. At the end of the dinner I left feeling completely taken care of: safe.