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Ideas for Answering
(for Ages 22-24)

Make a dinner. Decorate a placemat that has your answer/invite in tiny print on the back. Make sure that it is a dinner of Macaroni and Cheese or something like that that people might think the answer could be hidden in. Ring doorbell and run!

Buy a box of Macaroni noodles. Type up your invite/answer on a small piece of paper, and then place it in one of the noodles. Be sure that it cannot be seen by just looking at it.

Use the old gas station/super market scavenger hunt. Give clues to help him/her find the right place and then have a certain question he/she has to answer to get the next clue.

Make popcorn balls and stick your message in one of them. Hang all the popcorn balls on trees.

Fill a two liter bottle 1/2 full of Jell-O with your invite/answer wrapped in tinfoil. Let it set. Then fill the rest of the bottle with Jell-O and deliver!

Take a box of matches. On 51, write "yes" and on 50 write "no" (or if no, one more "no" than "yes". In a note say something like "pair up the couples to see if we would be the perfect match together"

Laminate two pieces of paper with the sayings, "The answer you await lies within; don't be chicken...DIG IN!!" On the other put "I'd be 'gutless' to say no." Have your favorite butcher take out the guts of a chicken and put the first message inside, and the second on top, covered with plastic wrap.

Stick plastic forks in their lawn in the shapes of letters with a message.

Freeze your message using a cake pan or even a small bucket. Laminate it or wrap it tightly in tin foil and a ziplock bag.

Leave a note on their car saying that you would go on a date with him/her "when hell freezes over". Then, cover his/her front porch with blocks of ice, silver glitter, and cotton balls. Make a big sign that reads HELL with a note underneath that reads: "Hell must have froze over.. I'll be happy to go on a date with you."

Get a pile of sand and mix in swedish fish and sea shells. Place the mixture in an open box on his/her front porch and in the sand etch the word "SHORE!"

Go to the person's house. Knock on the door and when they open it, say YES! And don't forget to smile.

Have a roommate or family member tie a note, complete with ribbon, to his/her toothbrush.

Decorate you date's room in pink balloons and pink crepe paper. put pink confetti on their floor, and put a note on his/her bed that says: "I'll be tickled pink to go with you to the dance." Put your name in one of the balloons, so he/she has to pop them to see who it is.

In a box, put some hay and a few rose buds. Include a note saying: "HAY, let's go to the dance, just as BUDS".

Send a gold fish bowl with a treasure chest at the bottom. Attach a note that says "I would treasure your company at the __________ dance (or event).

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