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Unusual Dates
(for Ages 19-21)

Kidnap your dates before sunrise and only let them put on shoes (or slippers!) and a coat with their PJ's. Have a picnic breakfast around a campfire at a nearby campground (bagels, fruit, cereal, and juice). Get permission beforehand from parents or roommates.

Go to the mall with your date and two easels and painting supplies. Put up a sign offering free portraits, then one of the couples does their best portrait while the other spends five minutes drawing stick figures. Show them both to the person, ask which is better and give him/her both portraits.

Have a surprise pizza party. Order a pizza delivery to a friend's house. Be nearby when the pizza is delivered, so you can see him explain he didn't order a pizza. Enter the scene just in time to pick up the tab and then enjoy the food.

After asking your dates out, go with a friend to a piece of land (with permission of course) and bury a coffin (fake) containing chips and soda (or some other type of snack). Tell your date that you are going to go for a drive because you heard a coffin at an old indian cemetary is starting to come out. Take shovels out of your car and have your dates start digging. They normally flip.

Gather a box of select valuable articles you don't want. Trade boxes, go to your local pawn shop and try to sell each other's items to the dealer. Take your earnings and go out to dinner.

Visit your local antique store. If you have enough time, buy an antique and restore it together (this may take several dates). After you finish it, give it to your date as a gift.

Put together a list of simple projects (i.e. rake leaves, sweep the floor, wash the dishes, vacuum the carpet, etc.). Have competition to see who can perform the complete list quickest. BUT you have to do these acts for a neighbor AND only one action per household (if you have 5 items on your list, you need to do service at 5 different homes). The winning couple gets a certificate or ribbon.

Play croquet with a twist (in the wintertime or at night with flashlights).

Drive to an empty field, face cars inward in a circle, turn all the radios to the same station and have a dance.

Go to dinner and a movie in the oldest car or truck you can find. You'll soon find out whether she dates you for your car or for you. Stop occasionally to make adjustments (to keep the car running like a well-oiled machine).

Conduct an impromptu concert in the third level of a parking garage of a famous hotel.

Eat cereal by candlelight in an empty parking lot.

Go Christmas caroling in July.

If you're looking for a way to use your prom dresses after prom is over, go bowling and then to a fast food restaurant (make sure it is not prom season to get even more reactions and questions).

Pick up your dates and blindfold them. Drive around for a while, stopping in front of a large cornfield. Guide them (still blindfolded) to the middle, where you have couches and a TV set up to watch a scary movie. It's great, and your date will love the creativity.

Start at your date's house. Before you get to an intersection, flip the coin. Heads you turn right; tails you turn left. Use this technique to decide where to go to dinner (you stop at the first restaurant as determined by the flip of a coin).

If your date is into gothic, go to the cemetery late at night. Just chill out and talk.

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