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  • View author's info ( 53, Man | Colorado Springs, CO, USA )

    After a couple email exchanges we can then meet at a local coffee shop and chat. That makes it easy to talk and get to know each other.

  • View author's info ( 60, Man | Northville, MI, USA )

    Grab something hot to drink and go for walk in the park on a sunny day.

  • View author's info ( 49, Man | Carson, CA, USA )

    A nice Mexican restaurant where we could see into each other's eyes and talk clearly and freely about what the future might hold for us.

  • View author's info ( 36, Man | Fairfax, VA, USA )

    Every first date is always uncomfortable even if you have been talking for a while. Coffee (although me and caffeine at night is a Battelle Royale) with some form of light distractions to help break up the uneasiness in...  see more >>

  • View author's info ( 48, Man | Osceola, WI, USA )

    Coffee at a cozy coffee shop/deli and perhaps dinner if there's a spark?

  • View author's info ( 54, Woman | Sydney, New South Wales, Australia )

    anything really...meet and greet then go from there...talking on the phone is also a good start.

  • View author's info ( 58, Man | Charlotte, NC, USA )

    I think a cup of coffee would be a good first date because if you liked each other you could stay a long time, maybe have lunch, and if not, you could leave after just the coffee.

  • View author's info ( 47, Man | Redmond, WA, USA )

    Meet for some coffee and take a walk in the park.

  • View author's info ( 61, Woman | Richmond, VA, USA )

    Morning coffee.

  • View author's info ( 51, Man | Santa Clara, CA, USA )

    How about a cup of good Java or a casual dinner? If we hit it off maybe a good movie or a walk on the beach.

  • View author's info ( 51, Man | Mc Lean, VA, USA )

    A casual meeting and place to talk is best.

  • View author's info ( 63, Man | Denver, CO, USA )

    I would like a coffee or light lunch. My preference is for you to choose the place and time. I am flexible.

  • View author's info ( 53, Man | Bowling Green, OH, USA )

    coffee and conversation

  • View author's info ( 41, Man | Inglewood, CA, USA )

    A first date doesn't have to be anything fancy. A simple, low pressure at a coffee shop for starters can work just fine. More than anything I am interested in having good conversation and seeing if that proverbial spark...  see more >>

  • View author's info ( 67, Man | Glen Cove, NY, USA )

    Not really a first date, but a first "live" meeting, what I call a chat date, just to meet, coffee and biscotti, or a drink somewhere nice. Real first date I prefer a dinner date.