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Lunch Dates
(for Ages Under 16)

Purchase items for a backyard B-B-Q and ask various neighbors to store items at their homes for pick-up later that evening. When guests arrive, send them out to "trick-or-treat" specific homes for food. Suggest to neighbors that your guests sing a song or demonstrate a talent before turning over the food. Then enjoy your cookout.

Have a picnic at a round-about (driving circle) , making sure you wave to everyone. Then take a stroll in the forest or park.

Offer to take your date to lunch at the mall. Take a picnic lunch and eat in the food court.

Sponsor a Hobo lunch. Everyone brings one can of stew and dresses like a hobo. Put the cans directly in a fire, but make sure to open the lid first (or the can explodes). Or put all of the stew together in a big pot, and cook it over a fire. Eat from the emptied cans with plastic spoons.

Have a Barbarian Barbecue. Cook your food over an open fire, barbecuing meat and baking potatoes. Eat the food with your hands, using no plates or knives or forks.

Find a "free lunch". Some stores might offer free hot dog and a drink during a super sale (furniture, car dealers, etc.). Another alternative is to go where samples are given out. And take the opportunity to carry on conversations with those handing out the samples.

Plan and carry out a lunch date. Try a theme (progressive, ethnic, a little off the wall, etc). Don't be afraid to be creative.

Go hiking or take a nature walk. Local city, state or national parks almost always have hiking and nature trails. Throw some drinks and a lunch in a backpack to eat along the way.

Have a picnic at the beach on a nice sunny day. You can also play football or volleyball on the beach.

Go to a cemetery and take flags and flowers to friends, servicemen, relatives, or graves that have no one to care for them. Afterwards, go for a walk and have a picnic.

Dress formally, then go to a fast-food restaurant and order kid's meals.

Have a contest who can make the best tasting lunch using Ramen noodle soup as a "main" dish. Put a limit on buying additional ingredients. Share each others' creations.

Buy some fruit with your date and go visit your grandparents and/or friends. Bring sack lunches for a picnic afterwards. You could also invite your friends or your grandparents to join you as guests. Pack enough lunches so that you can give out lunches to less fortunate drifters or homeless individuals you may encounter at a freeway exit.

Take your date to rent a bicycle built for two. Ride down to the lake and rent a paddleboat. Once you are out in the middle, have a picnic lunch.

Organize a pot luck lunch. Guys bring salads, drinks, and desserts. Girls bring the main course and rolls. For variations, designate a type of cuisine (Japanese, Italian, French, Indian, etc.), or seasonal (Christmas, Easter, winter, summer picnic, etc.). Have each person bring a group game or activity, that you can play together.

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