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Old 14th January 2018, 3:46 AM   #1
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Paint class as a second date?

I met with a woman, mid-30s, a few days ago and it seemed we hit it off with a few long kisses at the EOTD. When I got home, I texted her to make sure she got home okay (snow), and to say I had a great time and looking forward in seeing her again soon. She immediately replied and sad me too!.

I was thinking outside of the box and saw a few paint on canvas classes in her area. I was going to suggest I pick her up on Saturday and we go for painting and get a bite to eat. I am trying to be different, and I did it with some friends a few years ago. It was pretty fun. They give you an apron so you do not get dirty. You can also bring a bottle of wine as well.

Whatcha think?
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Old 14th January 2018, 3:49 AM   #2
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Yes!!!

Lots of ladies love Paint Nite and all that stuff.
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Old 14th January 2018, 3:53 AM   #3
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Yes!!!

Lots of ladies love Paint Nite and all that stuff.
Yea, paint nite. That's what it is called.
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Old 14th January 2018, 11:43 PM   #4
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Guess no one else thinks it's a good idea?
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Old 15th January 2018, 12:01 AM   #5
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I think it's a unique date idea. Go for it.
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i love the idea i think its cool and fun.....does she like art....deb
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Old 15th January 2018, 12:19 AM   #7
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I think that's a wonderful idea to take someone! DO IT!
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Old 15th January 2018, 2:47 AM   #8
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Go for it - great idea!
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Old 15th January 2018, 5:04 AM   #9
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Yes, good idea. That's very creative :-)

When I was much younger, a guy invited me to a "wax date". He showed me how to do it (wax his car), how I am to go in a circular motion, then he sat back in a lounge chair and drank beer and watched me.
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Thumbs up! I would love that as a date.
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Yes, good idea. That's very creative :-)

When I was much younger, a guy invited me to a "wax date". He showed me how to do it (wax his car), how I am to go in a circular motion, then he sat back in a lounge chair and drank beer and watched me.

lol....wax on circle right....wax off...circle left.....smilin.....deb
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Yes, great idea! I've done this numerous times, including on a date, and it's so much fun . Great opportunity to talk, touch (since you're seated side by side), see how she interacts with others, etc.
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Body painting? Sure!
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I met with a woman, mid-30s, a few days ago and it seemed we hit it off with a few long kisses at the EOTD. When I got home, I texted her to make sure she got home okay (snow), and to say I had a great time and looking forward in seeing her again soon. She immediately replied and sad me too!.

I was thinking outside of the box and saw a few paint on canvas classes in her area. I was going to suggest I pick her up on Saturday and we go for painting and get a bite to eat. I am trying to be different, and I did it with some friends a few years ago. It was pretty fun. They give you an apron so you do not get dirty. You can also bring a bottle of wine as well.

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Did this with my ex-wife when we started dating! It was a HIT! Go for it! So much fun!
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I absolutely love this idea, and I think she will too.

It shows that you went to real effort to take her to do something fun, different, and interesting. It will give you the opportunity to get to know each other over wine while painting...FUN!

This is incredibly thoughtful and sweet. If a man did this for me, I'd be so very excited and impressed.
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