MEN! Here Are The Wallet Friendly First Dates

MEN! Here Are The Wallet Friendly First Dates

Are you wondering where you can take that hot lady you just met and you do not have a lot of cash? Or you are a guy who do not like to spend so much on dates or on ladies, keep cool we have great ideas for you.

here are the places you will spend less when you take a lady for a date:

1. Arts Night
Nearly every city has an arts nights these days. If you both happen to appreciate quality art, you can do that. If not, you can, uh, “appreciate” the hipster art that often populates an arts night. It’s a cool way to hang out without pressure to be the center of attention or do all the talking. Of course, if you’re both hardcore art nerds, you can bite the bullet and go to a museum or gallery.

2. Hiking
For the active guy, hiking is another solid first-date maneuver. You two can enjoy the day together sweating it out in the beauty of nature. There’s always plenty to look at and discuss, and if you feel like shutting up and taking in the scenery, you can do that, too. Plus, with the seclusion of the woods, if things get a little hot and heavy, no one will be the wiser.

3. Cooking
There’s something about two people working toward a common goal that brings them together. Plus, you’ll win points by showing her you can cook even the simplest of meals. While this is also true of dancing, you don’t have to worry about some Jacko wannabe swooping in and taking your girl in your kitchen like you do on the dance floor.


4. Sporting Events
Sporting events can be fun even for people who don’t like sports, especially if we’re talking baseball. The slow, lazy pace of the game provides a lot of down time for chatting and/or drinking—though as a general rule, don’t drink more than she does. You don’t have to go pro—your local minor-league team offers amusing action at much less than A-Rod’s per-game salary.

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5. Car Shows
Car shows are like art galleries for gear heads. Lots of girls love them and there’s much less pretension than you’d find at an art exhibition. Further, they’re often outdoors, making this the perfect way to spend a balmy summer night. If you know about cars, you have a chance to impress. And there’s always interesting stuff to look at even if you don’t even know how to pump your own gas.

6. Bowling
Bowling alleys aren’t just for old men named Lou anymore. They’re fun, casual and allow for a ton of interaction. You can always pull the good old “helping her with her form” trick and she’ll laugh. So you suck at bowling? Who cares, it’s bowling! Equally promising variations include mini golf, the driving range and the pool hall.

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