5 Get-To-Know-You Date Ideas

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Casual dating can be fun, but sometimes you want to know if your casual fling could turn into a long-term thing. To figure out your potential with someone, you need to get to know them and see how compatible the two of you are. Here are five ideas for fun dates that can teach you a lot about your beau in a short period of time – and allow them to learn about you, too.

1. Watch each other’s favorite movies.

You bring yours, and tell them to bring theirs. Make some popcorn, sit back, and enjoy. The art someone loves can tell you a lot about who they are and what matters to them.

2. Coffee date.

Some people are scared of dates that are conversation-heavy, because – unlike, say, a movie date – if an awkward silence comes up, there’s no way to diffuse that tension. But maybe that’s a good thing when you’re trying to figure out if you’re compatible with someone: if your conversation flows naturally, you’re likely to be good together.

3. Walk around each other’s childhood neighbourhoods.

Ask your date to take you on a tour of the area they grew up in, complete with commentary. Through the tales of playgrounds and neighbours, you’re sure to learn something new about your crush.

4. Play Truth or Dare.

Truth questions can help you and your date open up about past experiences – and dares can be a fun excuse to make out. As if you need an excuse!

5. Make a meal together.

Collaborating, even on something as seemingly trivial as dinner, can point out pretty clearly whether the two of you are a match. A relationship, like an evening in the kitchen, is unlikely to work if both people want different things or have different communication styles – but if you’re a good fit, you may just make a wonderful meal together.

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