The big first date — an FHM guide

Posted by , 14 September 2011



It’s always nice to show a bit of originality with these things. Plus it is flattering for her that you can be bothered to take her somewhere special. A daytime activity will soften the intensity of a date and make her feel like you don’t just want to get hammered and have sex with her. You won’t get parsley in your teeth and you can bond over the joy and delight of your shared experience. If you’re stuck for ideas try the zoo, beer or wine tasting, rowing boats, ceramic painting or (if you’ve got a sense of humour) life drawing.

If you are a traditionalist (or just really can’t be arsed to craft brilliant plans) and have your heart set on dinner then avoid any restaurant you could find on your local Bowling complex. Frankie and Benny’s is great when you’re eleven, but no amount of ice cream sundaes could ever drown out those nerve-jangling happy birthdays. Instead go for a local family run place that is cosy and buzzing. French or Italian food is pretty fail safe.

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