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  • author ( 51, woman | Sugar Land, TX, USA )

    The best date has conversational flow and a simple connection over a cup of coffee. If it isn't love, perhaps we find a friendship, or at least have had a pleasant few hours. I have always enjoyed dating. I used to meet...  see more >>

  • author ( 40, woman | Greenwood, MO, USA )

    If the weather is nice, let's grab coffee in downtown Lee's Summit and walk around, people watching and getting to know each other. Bonus points if you have a good book you want to talk about or recommend!

  • author ( 59, man | George Town, Tasmania, Australia )

    Looking more for a dinner date than anything else... IF that works out I would like to develop a relationship further.......................................................................................

  • author ( 18, man | Toronto, ON, CAN )

    Hi, Im 18 and kinda just wanted to keep my profile on the low, my name isnt my actual name but whats your snap or insta and Ill tell you a bit more about me :)

  • author ( 61, woman | Texas City, TX, USA )

    I would like to go somewhere that we can hear each other talk, and have some privacy. A few drinks would be nice. I don't want to feel rushed, but I suppose we should limit the time in case we are not quite compatible.

  • author ( 42, woman | Seattle, WA, USA )

    Grabbing coffee and chatting, going for a walk, seeing some art, wandering around a bookstore, going to a show (when we can do those things again... these are all solid first date plans to get to know someone and let the...  see more >>

  • author ( 67, woman | Nashua, NH, USA )

    Meet for coffee or drinks in a pubic place. See if we click and want to continue. Will you be warm and friendly? Talkative or quiet? Will we talk about anything and everything? Will we hug and kiss? Can't wait to find ou...  see more >>

  • author ( 63, man | San Francisco, CA, USA )

    I think a first date should not be a big event, especially if you're also meeting in person for the first time. However, I think people should leave enough open time in case the first date goes really well. I would start...  see more >>

  • author ( 50, woman | Saint Louis, MO, USA )

    I think a coffee/tea date is good for the first in person meeting. Just the reality that sometimes we can really click online, but in person just not happening. Sometimes, that just means we were nervous, and we can try...  see more >>

  • author ( 50, woman | Williamstown, NJ, USA )

    Meet up for coffee or brunch. Maybe a local park weather permitting. I don't need a fancy restaurant or to spend a lot of money. Just a place that we can get to know each other. I will wear a mask of course.

  • author ( 48, woman | Fort Pierce, FL, USA )

    Someplace where we can hear each other talk, cafe or a quieter restaurant. I love all asian food especially! Or a mom and pop diner. We love our festivals here in Florida, Outside or inside but not the beach for a first...  see more >>

  • author ( 42, man | Quincy, MA, USA )

    Meet for coffee, talk for awhile to get to know each other, after that we could take a walk in a park or just outside enjoying each others company. Grab a bite to eat if we are hungry and end with a nice embrace and a pr...  see more >>

  • author ( 57, man | Melbourne, Victoria, Australia )

    The most important is that you feel happy and safe without any kind of commitments from your side. It will be a place where we can see well each other for the first time and where we can freely talk and express ourselves...  see more >>

  • author ( 20, man | Naval Air Station Jrb, TX, USA )

    I would meet with you at a nice cafe and we could just talk and get to know one another. I want to be as open with you as I can and hope the same for you without pushing each other out of our comfort zones.

  • author ( 41, man | Denver, CO, USA )

    A first date needs to be neutral and in a safe open space for both people. It should be intimate enough for us to talk but also public enough for both parties to feel comfortable so we can get to know one another with no...  see more >>

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