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The guy was an old friend who had recently shown interest and since I never thought of him in that way, I didn't know what to expect from the date.

It was me, her, and two other friends just eating and having a blast, so it was really casual and enjoyable because we were all laughing and having fun.”“My first kiss was in the 7th grade and our first date was 5 years later when we were both seniors in high school.I can honestly say I have never been so entertained on a date before.”“Sophomore year, when I was 15, this amazing guy took me to the movies to see and with all that space we had, we still sat close enough to hold hands.”“The best first date I went on was during my freshman year of college.I went to a hockey game with one of my guy friends. It wasn't boring, we laughed the whole night and he was a gentleman.”“I met this girl freshman year of college at a party and we hit off immediately. A week later we went on our first date and we went to brunch together and hiking afterwards.”“The best first date I've ever gone on was the summer before my junior year.It’s time to talk about the positive first dates because, believe it or not, they exist too.Not everyone shows up to a date and leaves in disgust, even though that’s the connotation that comes with first dates.

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We went to a restaurant on H Street called Driftwood and then he took me around the different monuments and memorials. I visited the monuments countless times before, but something about seeing them through the eyes of someone who knew so much about them and who truly loved and had a connection with the city was amazing.

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