Winter dating idea
Spoiler alert: Seeing each other's brainy side will be quite an aphrodisiac. Take them home and immediately try them all on—other clothing optional. Intense fans, fast-paced action: Hockey has everything to get your heart racing.A dinner that's rich and satisfying is a must on a cold winter night. Take your honey to a home game (the arenas are chilly so you'll be able to cuddle up between fights) or make a date at a bar to watch with other fans. Get the right kind of cabin fever and book a weekend getaway, sans Wi-Fi (hot tub and mountain views preferable).Even if you live in a teeny tiny town, chances are there’s a place that offers classes on pottery throwing or painting and allows students to bring their own wine from home to sip (or guzzle) while they learn.Even if you turn out to be the worst artist or vase-maker in the world, at least you’ll have spent time learning a new skill, avoiding the cold weather, and drinking wine with your partner.Book tickets at a fancy theater, opera or orchestra performance and dress up in your finest.Because seeing each other in something other than your comfiest winter sweats will give you a whole new outlook on each other.Bonus points if your date can remember your favorite at the end of the night.Fall and winter are peak theatre seasons, so all the more reason to go out and laugh along with a musical or comedy.
Sign up for a tasting and brush up on your merlots and cabernets.File this under "Physical Activities You Can Do in the Great Indoors." Get your heart rate up and work on that upper body strength with a bout of rock climbing in pairs. It may feel a little junior, but who can resist the temptation of half-scorched marshmallows?Optional: Challenge each other to a playful race to the top. Relish the chance to spend some relaxing quality time together with a couple's massage followed by some steamy sauna time. If you're already living in a small town, this will be easier than ever (they're usually hotspots for great antiques). Take advantage of the cooler weather and get the fireplace (or outdoor grill) going, rip open a bag of marshmallows, and pair your fresh s'mores with some Irish coffee (mmmm).But just because it's winter doesn't mean you can't be active together.Find some well-worn trails that don't get too slippery and take in the stupidly-romantic surroundings, like how fresh snow sounds when it crunches under your feet.