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  • author ( 42, woman | Los Gatos, CA, USA )

    Low key first time meet ups are my preference. Casual settings and casual conversation seem to be a good way to begin to know one another.

  • author ( 36, woman | Boise, ID, USA )

    I haven't really had much of the cliche dates, so I wouldn't mind the dinner and a movie or a coffee/lunch date.

  • author ( 40, woman | Beaverton, OR, USA )

    I can't go far so maybe lunch at the Whole Foods Market or Burgerville just up the street. I am shy at first but I open up after I get warmed up.

  • author ( 70, man | Liberty, MO, USA )

    Would love to meet for coffee and conversation. Get to know each other better and see if we want to get more intimate. Go to a quiet place where we won't be disturbed and explore each other as we have passionate foreplay...  see more >>

  • author ( 48, woman | Cincinnati, OH, USA )

    Starbucks.... Breakfast, Lunch, or Dinner(Hmmmm.... There seems to be a theme here. Can you tell that Im a Foodie? Or dare I say a food enthusiast.) :-)

  • author ( 51, woman | Jersey City, NJ, USA )

    Obviously, since we don't know each other, I would be open to meeting for coffee. We can plan a date after the initial meeting.

  • author ( 28, man | Tucson, AZ, USA )

    Honestly my first date Idea ranges from grabbing coffee (or tea), to getting a meal together, to going and doing something that we both find fun, like laser tag, bowling, mini-golf, or something else I am unable to think...  see more >>

  • author ( 60, woman | Cleveland, OH, USA )

    FIrst introduce self and hold 10 min conversation. I will know if I want coffee or even continue conversation and be seen in public with the person.

  • author ( 22, man | Schaumburg, IL, USA )

    First i would meet at the local coffee shop (depends on mutual agreement) then talk, get to know one another, i would then ask if they wanted to go out for dinner, then watch a movie

  • author ( 56, man | Indianapolis, IN, USA )

    Maybe meet for coffee and just sit sip and banter. If we seem to be getting along we might play some pool or just continue to chat somewhere. If we decide to go a step father maybe a good make-out season with a lot of de...  see more >>

  • author ( 66, man | Ocala, FL, USA )

    I dont think it matters what we do on a first date, and I am a big fan of simplicity, so a coffee and walk would be just fine.

  • author ( 48, man | Cypress, CA, USA )

    Meeting up at a nice, quiet, cozy cafe talk, maybe hold hands later if we feel like it...;) and plan our second date and hopefully beyond!...:)

  • author ( 53, man | Amadora, Lisboa, Portugal )

    I would like, to take a coffe, and then talk about our feelings, hobbies, our jobs, our family, and so on, trying to get some knowlegement, and confirm, if we are similar, and then a walk on the beach, or a cinema, or a...  see more >>

  • author ( 42, woman | Honeoye, NY, USA )

    First date hmm, i would have to say a good start would be going out for coffee, or lunch to get to know one another

  • author ( 42, woman | Gilmer, TX, USA )

    Keeping it simple with coffee or a cafe with a nice coffee, tea etc with the option for light lunch/dinner if things are going well. I'm the type who intends to go for an hour or so and then it ends up being good convers...  see more >>