Play the question game – thought you knew everything about your partner? Play the question game by asking a question that both of you have to answer. For example, what is your favorite book? What is a vacation you would like to take? Who was your first kiss?
Classic movie night – rent two or three old movies, make popcorn and prepare to snuggle.
Take a long walk – is there a nearby neighborhood you’ve wanted to explore? A favorite nature trail that gives you both peace of mind?
Make a special dessert for your sweetie – pick one that is not very labor intensive, like chocolate lava cake, then serve warm with fresh raspberries.
Reminisce – drag out pictures, letters, and other mementos from when you dated. Take turns telling the story of how you met and fell in love.
Game night – play backgammon, cribbage, cards, boggle, scrabble, or another fun game for two. Don’t keep score so you can focus on having fun.
See a drive-in movie – a special treat that you can enjoy with homemade popcorn. Find drive-in theaters by state at DriveInMovie.com.
Throw a sushi party – split the cost by asking each person to bring $5 to $10 worth of fish. You provide the seaweed sheets, sushi rice, toppings like avocado, sesame seeds, cucumber and scallions. Beer and sake are optional. Each person gets to make their own roll, then serve it to guests.
Game night – does Pictionary ever get old? Other great group party games include Uno, Mexican trains, or BS.
Ugly night out – plan a night on the town but tell everyone the theme is ugly night out. I guarantee it will spark great conversation and reveal new things about your friends.
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