Idaho Date Ideas from Idaho Singles
Post Date: Aug 21, 2011Kevin from Boise says: Favorite dinner location was the Chart House, but now??? give me some new ideas...need to re-explore...
Post Date: Aug 19, 2011Annie from Middleton says: I woulf love to do the zip line at Tamarack.
Post Date: Aug 4, 2011Damon from Lewiston says: "Antonio's" - great Italian restaurant
Post Date: Jul 31, 2011Christal from Star says: Gino's Italian Restaurant
Post Date: Jun 26, 2011Katie from Groveland says: Idaho Falls Probably
Post Date: Jun 24, 2011Josie from Nampa says: Olive Garden, of course!
Post Date: May 28, 2011Susan from Twin Falls says: I like the fountains and rose gardens at CSI, kayaking at Centenial Park is always fun, and there's always the tradtional meet for coffee.
Post Date: May 27, 2011jeremy from Meridian says: next to the lake watching the sun go down.
Post Date: May 9, 2011Sharlene from Pocatello says: mini golf
Post Date: May 5, 2011Erik from Victor says: A day on the Teton Crest Trail that leads to the Knotty Pine beer garden at sunset ;)
Post Date: Apr 29, 2011Ken from Hayden Lake says: I believe the first date or meet and great should be very casual and relaxed. If the weather is bad a local coffee shop with a quiet corner works great. If the weather is good a stroll along the lake or Tubbs Hill Park. I like it for it's panoramic scenic views of the lake and the ability to just talk with each other. If things mutually work out progression can be to a simple local restaurant for dinner.
Post Date: Mar 19, 2011Greg from Twin Falls says: along the sunny riverside
Post Date: Mar 15, 2011Julie from Post Falls says: Twigs in Spokane Valley or the Wine Cellar in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
Post Date: Mar 3, 2011spencer from Coeur d'Alene says: The little downstairs "wine cellar" in Coeur d'Alene. Good music, good food, good atmosphere, and they are always busy. A perfect place for dressing up a bit for a night out.
Post Date: Feb 18, 2011Paul from Hailey says: Coffee shop, sub shop, restaurant park, walking on the green belt, church, downtown Boise or other city or town, arts and crafts festival, local music event and see a movie.
Facts about Idaho Singles
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When asked about their Education, they answered
Some college (27.6%)
High school (22.2%)
Bachelors degree (13.5%)
When asked about their Profession, they answered
Self employed (10.0%)
Medical/Health services (8.4%)
When asked about their Sense of Humor, they answered
When asked about their Food Habits, they answered
Varies (Depends on my mood) (56.8%)
Health Conscious (I watch what I eat) (24.3%)
When asked if they Smoked, they answered
When asked about Drinking, they answered
Do not drink (19.5%)
When asked about thier Religious Habits, they answered
Attend religious services occasionally (24.1%)
Religion is not important to me (22.9%)
Worship in private (20.0%)
When asked about what Romantic Gesture they preferred, they answered
Long massage (13.4%)
Candlelit dinner at home (9.6%)
When asked about their Pets, they answered
A Serious Relationship…Are You Ready?
Unfortunately, knowing for certain when you are ready for a serious relationship, isn't one of the simpler things in life. There'll come a time when we "think" we're ready. But then, after we've leaped in, we feel like we're drowning, and we start struggling and kicking to get out of the water. This causes sadness, and often anger, to the person we are with. It's usually not something we're proud of doing to another person, or ourselves. So, here're a few dating and relationship tips to consider before you jump off the cliff…and then realize you have no idea how deep the water is.
The very talented and extremely funny comedian, Jeff Foxworthy, used to say, "You know you're a redneck if…". Well, you know you're ready for a serious relationship if:
You start to be bored when going out with others who are not contenders for a long-lasting future, even if they are handsome or beautiful, smart, entertaining and/or recent lottery winners. Read More
Top 10 Dating Tips
1. Date Night Plan
Waiting until the last minute may make things spontaneous - or disastrous. Plan your date in advance, set expectations and ensure your date is in agreement. Know how to get there, where to park, when things are open, etc. Look like you know how to make things happen seamlessly.
2. Appropriateness Date Location
Make sure what you've picked out and/or suggested has some relevance to what this person might actually enjoy. Doing something you both enjoy will go a long way towards relationship building.
If your date happens on a weeknight, don't select a movie ending at 11.00 p.m. The more solutions you've prepared for in advance, the less anxious your date will be. This clearly shows your thoughtfulness.
Sure, she or he really looks great and you're more impressed as the evening goes along. However, don't push physical attraction too soon. You could be making a serious mistake if you attempt to manhandle her or him.
5. Listen to Your Date
Listening is very important at any stage of dating or a relationship. Show her or him you know them better at the end of the date, than you did at the beginning.
6. Stay Light
Do something positive you both can share in, without it being embarrassing. Select something appealing to your date; i.e., go to a water park if she or he likes water, or an outdoor rock concert if they like the performers. Perhaps, see a romantic comedy or take a hike. Whatever you're doing, don't sit and talk about your exes, troubled kids, etc. These are conversation topics which will come later if the relationship progresses.
Make a real effort to find commonalities. Listen and learn a little about each other's childhood and past. See if your values and life's outlook are similar. This is an excellent exploration period.
As always, you should look your best. A light kiss at the end of the night that promises more…someday...is sexier than a lip scrunching passionate kiss that surprises your date and possibly puts him or her off.
Laughter is bonding, infectious and attractive. If you're going to the movies, ensure the film's funny; if going to a comedy club, know the comedians are funny; or go roller skating and laugh at yourselves. Laughter is a great release for any nervousness.
10. Show Appreciation
Acknowledge someone's kindness, thoughtfulness or generosity. Don't assume anything and don't come off as being spoiled. Verbally let them know their hard work, planning or good humor didn't go unnoticed. And, make yourself an irresistible choice for future dates.