It also showed how much he trusts me to hold all of his weight along a rock wall. And if it’s not going well, at least you can be like, 'Look over there at that giraffe! "—horsebeast "One of my favorite things to do with my boyfriend is to see how many googly eye stickers we can put on things without being caught.
We’ve done zoos, museums, fancy restaurants and really just anywhere we feel like."—taniap4fb8c4698 "The thrill of high-speed rides lets you appreciate the fact that you’re alive and with the one you may possibly love.
Somebody has taken to Reddit to ask people for low-cost date ideas that are romantic - but won't break the bank.
People flocked to the forum to share their experiences of dating on a budget, and ideas included everything from hiking to picnics to people watching.
"—lynnw49d1a2c4a "Each person provides three or four items; the weirder and more pungent — lemon curd! The trick is to share all of the new foods you try so you can both taste them and not fill up too fast."—spookydelight "The City Museum in St.
Louis is sort of like a giant playground for adults with a 10-story slide, structures made out of old school buses and planes, elaborate caves underneath everything with light-up crystals, and this little hidden room where you can go make fancy paper snowflakes with this old lady who tells ghost stories."—julz98 "If you have a truck, a generator, and somewhere not too far outside the city then this is perfect!
First dates can be so awkward and filled with lulls in conversation.Perhaps unsurprisingly, 'Netflix and chill' featured highly.We humans constantly generate data, and it’s constantly being tracked for us.That’s what Giorgia Lupi, co-founder and design director at Accurat, a New York City- and Milan-based firm, is trying to do (TED Talk: How we can find ourselves in data).She looks at data from a perspective she calls “data humanism” that emphasizes its vitality and color.