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Cheap Dating

Interesting CNN story.

This story is about something I believe, and that this story puts nicely:

A good date is about spending time with a person and being able to talk to and get to know that person, and I don't think that has any correlation with how much money you spend

So in other words, I don't like movie dates much since you don't really get to know or grow closer to someone while staring at a screen.

But what are some good dates? One fun one I went on recently involved making French Bread pizza's at a friends house, going salsa dancing at a place on Sprague (I think it's called Simply Dance, someone tell me the real name!), and making and having a lemon creme pie at the end. Not very expensive, but it was a blast!

What are some other fun dates? Obviously they're different for everyone, a couple that likes biking can get their jollies pedaling for a while, but that's not for everyone. What's for you?

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