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(for Ages 16-18)

Explain the rules and finer aspects of playing pool. After playing a couple of games, agree on a wager, then let your date win.

Cut pictures from old magazines and Christmas cards and put them in a book made of folded construction paper. Arrange them so they tell a story, complete with captions.

Make a night of magnetic poetry. You can create funny one-liners or actual poetry for each other.

Go shopping without money or cards. Show your date 5 things you want to get someday, but aren't ready to get right now. Afterwards, go home and make milkshakes.

Watch a dramatic TV show with the sound off.

Play computer games (if you don't have fun games on your computer, there are numerous sites on the internet). The winner gets to designate the next date (to be planned by his/her date).

Have a family sing-a-long. Top off the evening with vanilla ice cream covered with whole strawberries.

Watch Monday Night Football together. Buy some drinks and candy, make popcorn or a vegetable tray with dip. Choose your teams and cheer them on. And to make things even more exciting, make a wager between couples/groups (the losing team has to wash the cars of the winners).

Conduct a cake decorating contest. Everyone brings decorating supplies. Each couple draws a different theme from a hat. After the cakes are judged, raffle off the cakes to raise money for a worthy cause or organization.

Make homemade bread. Knead the dough together, then relax with a good book or watch a video while the dough rises, and while the bread is baking. Let the bread cool just enough, then enjoy hot bread with butter and jam or honey.

Pitch a frame tent inside your family room. Turn out the lights, light an electric lantern, then tell stories, play games, and have treats inside.

Make up a calendar together with photos, birthdays, anniversaries, and important occasions. Take your pages to a copy center to make copies and to have the pages spiral bound. If you create pages on the computer, you can print the calendar pages on the back of the pictures.

Do a craft -- modge-podge, fingerpaint, tole painting, etc.

Build a house of cards with a deck of cards. Afterwards, play a game of fish or hearts.

Spend an evening putting together a puzzle. Put snacks in a bowl for munching.

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