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Last Minute Dates
(for Ages 19-21)

Take a stroll around the block -- and hold hands as you walk.

Go shopping together for a gift for someone like your mother or father. Take your date along with you to the mall and look for the gift together.

Take your date to a theme park like Disneyland for free (the shoppers pass is good for up to one hour). Most parks allow guests to shop within the park for 45 min. to 1 hour. It's short, but fun. Pick a couple of rides and run.

Put together a puzzle on a rainy evening.

While strolling in the city, stop at a hotel and watch television. Sit in the lobby and watch the people.

Have a competition to design a protective package for an unboiled egg. Couples cannot spend more than $1 on supplies. Then see whose egg can be dropped from a pre-determined height without breaking. Make up a certificate for the successful couples.

Play beach ball volleyball. No out of bounds, unlimited hits, spikers can sit on partner's shoulders, etc. Make up you rules as you go.

Drive around different neighborhoods in your area to find the most beautiful and oddest landscaping and yard ornaments..

Go out to dinner and a movie (especially a chick flick that she wants to see). Editors note: This is not a good first date (you don't get to talk and get to know each other).

Check out a croquet set from a games center and play between the lights on campus .

Simply find yourself a box of crayons and some children's coloring books and color pictures to kill time. Or find some construction paper and glue and make Valentines Day cards for each other even if it's the middle of July.

Go to a local furniture store and try out various furniture pieces.

Spend an evening looking through your date's photo albums and high school yearbooks. Find a comfortable place in the home, free from distractions, to sit down together. While looking at the photos, try to guess what's happening, where the picture was taken, what time of year it was, etc., before looking at the description sentences. The pictures in these books will be lots of fun for the person showing them. This is also a guaranteed night of laughing together. You will learn a lot about that person as they tell you the stories and experiences behind each picture.

Take your little sisters and/or brothers to a drive-in. Treat them to drinks and popcorn.

Give each couple a recorder and a list of sounds to record for a sound scavenger hunt. If you don't have sound recorders, you can use a video recorder.

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