7 CREATIVE AND INEXPENSIVE FIRST DATE IDEAS
Just because you’re broke doesn’t mean you can’t have amazing dates!
- 1.Trace the route that Adnan and Jay allegedly took on January 13th, 1999 ($5)For just the price of gas, you and your date will have a blast tracing the route that Jay claimed he and Adnan took that fateful day in January when Hae Min Lee disappeared.
- 2.Take a walk in Paris, the city you live in (€0)Assuming you and your date both live in Paris, there are many scenic routes and Parisian landmarks to enjoy, and it won’t cost you a thing.
- 3.Reserve the table at the Ritz-Carlton where customers are allowed to bite your fingernails ($10A table at one of the Ritz’s world-renowned restaurants can set you back hundreds, but if you opt for the $10 table where the other diners are allowed to come over and bite your fingernails as much as they want, you and your date can eat top chop for cheap!
- 4.Glue a bunch of birds together ($2)For just the price of glue, you and your date can finally see what happens when you glue a bunch of birds together. This is a great activity if you are looking for a lower pressure daytime date idea!
- 5.Throw some Larmers™ brand ham medallions on the grill and settle in for a night of romance ($9.99)Whether you’re married or going on a first date, one thing’s for sure: it’s not date night without Larmers™ brand ham medallions. So light some candles, put on the Marvin Gaye, and treat that special someone to a sizzling stack of Larmers™ brand ham medallions. Deliciously affordable at only $9.99, it’s no surprise that they’ve been “America’s Favorite Taste” since 1928.
- 6.Have sex next to a basketball ($15)For an official Spalding™ NBA game ball, the price can be steeper, but if you’re just looking for a basketball to set on a table in the room where you and your date are having sex, you should be able to find one for under 20 bucks.
- 7.Listen to the Nixon tapes ($0)Why spend a fortune taking your date to the movies, when you could listen to over three thousand hours of secretly recorded conversations between President Richard Nixon and various individuals for free?