Posts tagged "dates"

Math Has Proven What I’ve Been Saying For Years: Chipotle Is A Great First Date Spot

Extra tomatillo sauce for everybody, we’re celebrating, because math┬áhas proven that Chipotle is indeed a first great spot.

According to the one dating app I haven’t tried but you better believe I’m changing that right now, Clover, chain restaurants are totally acceptable locations for a first date. While Starbucks took the top spot,…

By: Beejoli Shah / April 7, 2015

And The Winner Is … The Best Springtime Date Idea!

We received a ton of awesome suggestions for great springtime dates, but ultimately we could only crown one winner to take home our Sonia Kashuk spring beauty kit! Here at The Frisky, we’ve pretty much heard of every date idea under the sun, but THIS … this was different.

And the winner is…

By: Katie Oldenburg / May 13, 2014

Dating Don’ts: How To Tell Dates From Non-Dates

So, I’ve still been thinking a lot about the New York Times’ assertion that courtship has kicked the bucket. I jotted down some thoughts about that. You can read them here. One point that the piece makes that I agree with is that lots of daters out there — men and women both — are…

By: Ami Angelowicz / January 22, 2013

6 Pieces Of Relationship Advice I Would Give You If We Were Friends

Okay, so I would never claim to have it all figured out, but I can say that I’m pretty good at solving other people’s problems. That’s always the way, isn’t it? My friends come to me for love and support and advice, and I can usually give them a little nugget or two of truthy,…

By: Julie Gerstein / October 26, 2012

Valentine’s Day Date Inspiration: A Romantic Evening On The Couch … Alone

Who says you have to have a date on Valentine’s Day with anyone other than YOURSELF? Embrace your singledom to the extreme this V-Day. Here’s what you’ll need if you plan on getting up close and personal with your couch on February 14th.

By: Ami Angelowicz / February 7, 2012

Valentine’s Day Date Inspiration: Romantic Dinner At Home

Cooking as a couple is fun, sexy, and super rewarding. This Valentine’s Day, why not skip the expensive restaurant reservation, roll up your sleeves, and spend some quality time together in the kitchen? After the jump, what you’ll need for the perfect romantic dinner at home.

By: Winona Dimeo-Ediger / February 1, 2012

Dating Don’ts: How Not To Cancel A Date With Lady

I find one of the most stressful parts of dating to be the whole “scheduling” thing. When you’re on the dating scene, one thing you learn very quickly is that every person seems to have a different idea of how dates are made … and broken. Because I am a type A, very busy schedule,…

By: Ami Angelowicz / November 4, 2011

5 Ways To Let Me Know It’s A Date

Calling all single menfolk of the world. Hello. Hi. How are you? Good. Great! Can we talk about DATES for a moment? Lately there have been a lot of you dudes banging on my door, asking me to “hang out.” This is a wonderful thing. Only problem is, some of you have dropped the ball…

By: Beth Ames / April 18, 2011

How To Ask A Girl Out On A Damn Date

The other night I went on one of the best dates I’ve been on in years. Why? Well, aside from Mark* being sexy, sweet, fun, and considerate, he did something that absolutely knocked my socks off — he took all the hassle out of making plans. God bless this man! Making plans should be easy.

By: Beth Ames / March 14, 2011

Every Guy’s Ideal Valentine’s Day Date Itinerary

Traditionally, Valentine’s Day is treated as a woman’s holiday. This sexist interpretation is due to the whole love-is-for-the-ladies thing that has been a part of American culture for the last hundred years or so. The classic image of the holiday is a man showing up on a woman’s doorstep with flowers and candy, and nearly…

By: Phil Dotree / February 11, 2010

You Met Him Where?

Despite the old-fashioned concept that dating and work don’t mix, plenty of women have met their man at work. From restaurants to meat processing plants, you never know when your next job will land you a date. For other women, attending wrestling events, online gaming events, and shopping at the grocery store all resulted i…

By: Pam Gaulin / February 10, 2010

Handling Valentine’s Day With A Not-So-Serious Boyfriend

Valentine’s Day is the holiday of love (or crass commercialism, depending on whom you talk to). However, things can get a little bit awkward when Feb. 14 rolls around and you’ve been dating someone very casually. There’s a lot of pressure on V-Day to bring a relationship to the next level, but sometimes you’re just…

By: Phil Dotree / February 8, 2010

Dating Drama: To Movie Date Or Not To Movie Date?

“Dinner and a movie” may sound like the most boring, clichéd date ever, but I think movie dates are hot. When you go to the movies with someone, you learn a lot about them: what kinds of films they like, whether they pay for the tickets, how they behave in the theater. You may not…

By: Rachel Kramer Bussel / January 12, 2009

First Date Essentials: What To Bring, And What To Leave At Home

You’ve got your favorite lip gloss, mints, and enough money to cover your share of dinner, but are there first-date essentials you’re forgetting to bring — or forgetting to leave at home? Learn from my mistakes and make sure these things are on your first-date checklist.

By: Diana Vilibert / January 9, 2009