(for Ages 16-18)
Go for a walk together either in a crowded city or alone in the country.
Take your date to visit the police station. Make arrangements in advance, requesting a tour.
Play hopscotch in a vacant parking lot or an empty school campus. Later return home for a bubble gum blowing contest.
Catch frogs. Then have a frog-jumping contest. Award prizes for the largest frog and the longest jump.
On a sunny Saturday morning, travel around the countryside and photograph special sites and serene scenery.
Become "outlaws" for an evening with your date. Gather crayons, magic markers, and drawing equipment to make "Wanted Posters." For ideas check out a book from the library with pictures of some wanted posters.
Go window shopping. Discuss what you would buy if you had lots of money (if I had a million dollars, I would…)
Want to perform a unique deed for someone? Go to a self-serve gas station and do all the work for the surprised customers. Make sure to get permission from the gas station attendant first.
Go to the children's section of a library or bookstore and read children's books to each other.
Find a trampoline to use and play "war" (two people: jump, sit, jump, sit until one person jumps or sits twice in-a-row). But if you are too aggressive, someone could get hurt, so don't try to bounce your date off the trampoline. Otherwise, a visit to the emergency would make this an expensive date.
Go roller skating. You can rent skates at a roller rink, or if you could go in-line skating in a local park. You might find used skates at a thrift shop or used sporting goods store.
Find a muddy area, dress in your grubbies and have a mud fight. For groups, take along a rope for a tug-of-war. You might bring towels or sheets to put on the car seats for the ride back home.
Go to a free concert in mall, school, church, or civic center. Check your local paper's entertainment section.
Go to the park and feed the birds. Take a bag of bread. Share childhood memories.
Leave loose change on the ground in a mall or public place so you can watch people's reaction. If you glue the coins to the floor or bench, make sure to pry them off before you leave.
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