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(for Ages 19-21)

Make at least 2 pans of jello or pudding (different colors) and have a jello fight at the park. Wear grubbies that can get stained. It is best if the park's sprinklers are on, then you can wash off there. - Clayton

Get your date and blindfold him/her. Have a pizza and some cold drinks already in the car. Take him/her to a country club and sit right by a pond at night (preferably with a full moon so that it will reflect of the water), then remove the blindfold. Enjoy each other's company and your picnic. - Clay

Go to a nearby creek and search for keepsakes (fossils, shells, unique rocks, etc). Afterwards, make an arrangement for framing. - Clint

For a sparky twist on kissing, try sharing a bag of pop-rocks candy together and kissing with them in your mouth! instant Zing! - Stephanie

Have a picnic on a rooftop patio. Prepare a meal that he/she likes. - Spanky

To ask someone out, put a chicken on the person's porch and say "I was to chicken to ask you in person so will you go with me to the ______ dance?" - Marissa

On my last date we had five couples and each couple had to be tied together in some way (at the wrist or the ankle, etc.) and each individual person had a different disability that he/she picked out of a hat at the beginning of the date (blind, missing an arm, no fingers, etc.) . We had three couples making three pizza, learning to work together with their disabilities, and two couples making caramel apples. While we ate our food, we played a game and it was the funniest date ever! Not only that, it taught us to work together. - Railee

Make a pie! After slicing up apples together, Stand behind your date and place your arms around each side of her (like we did in grade school talent shows) and tell her that she cannot use her hands to finish the pie, but to explain to you what to do. She is the eyes and you are the hands. This tests your compatibility and can be a lot of fun! Take turns being the hands and watch a movie while you're waiting for the pie to bake. -Leigh

Pick your date up before he/she wakes up, blind fold him/her, then drive your date to a tent with breakfast in the tent. Watch the sunrise and eat breakfast together. - Brandon

Go the local railroad tracks and put down a bunch of pennies. Spend time talking or drinking hot chocolate while you wait for the train to pass. At the end of the night you will have penny souvenirs to remember the evening by. - Brett

Dress in nice clothing, then have a picnic in the park. Set up a table with candles and two stemmed-glasses. Have a bottle of your favorite beverage and just have a romantic sitting. - Nick

Go to dollar store and take 5 dollars each. Neither of you see what the other one buys, return home, sit by the fire and explain why you bought each item. - Carrie

A group of friends and I have started this monthly group date plan called the "Super Date." For the first one, we asked the guys by calling their moms and learning who their favorite super hero was when they were little. We bought cheap comic books from a comic store and taped a message to the front of each one telling them that their newest assignment was to attend the Super Date with a group of Super Girls. For the actual date, we played tag at a local park where the person who was "it" had to wear a hot pink super cape. It was a blast and so much fun that we've decided to continue it every month. - Jessica

Buy a 12 pack of soda and a cantaloupe. Set the cans up in a triangle and go cantaloupe bowling. - Jeni

My fraternity had a movie date and I took this girl I have a pretty big crush on. She and I have talked about how we both think a movie is a bad date idea because you don't really get to know each other. It worked out because we went to the worst movie ever and didn't actually watch it, but talked and made fun of the flick, having the time of our lives. Next time I take her out we are going to another bad movie we can find with the intention of having a good conversation/ making fun of the movie. - Kyle

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