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I had the most romantic date last night! We sang at a karaoke bar, then went for some food and coffee...while we were there, a friend called to remind me of a meteor shower around 4am. I chose the darkest, highest spot on top of a hill. There was a wispy fog that hovered around 4-5 feet off the ground. The sky was crisp, and brilliant with starlight. We opened the sunroof, reclined our seats, and watched in awe as the streaks of meteors/meteorites dazzled our eyes. I can only say that it was the most perfect date I've ever had. - Douglas

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

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

For our anniversary, I made four sets of note cards on the computer. Each set of note cards had a choice of a morning activity. The next set had a choice of restaurant, the next had movies, and the next had evening activity. I separated them into the categories in little envelopes and let my wife choose an envelope at the time that each was suppose to happen. Whatever she chose, unknowing what the choices were, we did. She now thinks I'm the sweetest person ever. - T.L.

Pretend you are a barber, and give each other "the works" that good barbers usually offer (scalp massage, shampoo, rinse, dry, etc.) - Mike

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