No matter where you live, there’s usually a good, free summer concert going on.
Plan a date around it, and soak in both the music and the summer rays.
Attraction is a process and we’ve made it easier than ever to navigate.
Send permanent or disappearing photos in chat, create groups with your connections and use smart sections to see your favourites on top.
Feeling hungry but don’t want to splurge on a restaurant date? Split up into teams and let the dice (and the good times) roll.
Head over to a local food market or food festival with your date and snack on some delicious samples. A little tip to make it extra fun and a little saucy? Look online for times that local museums offer free admission (it’s usually in the evening) and roam around with that special someone.
Dating can be a lot of things: exciting, fun, nerve-wracking… Everyone can appreciate a cheap date—and if a date is free, well, that’s even better.
But coming up with inexpensive date ideas that aren’t super lame can be rough. From hiking to hosting an at-home movie marathons, great dates don’t have to cost a fortune—or anything at all.
These designs are inspired by the fluidity of human sexuality, how it shifts and can be seen in different perspectives, shapes and colours.
Headgear, frizzy hair, and some freaky looking sweaters? Collect some old photos, be it baby photos or high school grad pics, and share them with your date.
Not only will it provide some good laughs but it will keep the conversation flowing.
Take tons of selfies so that you have your own Instagram trail of the date.
Be a tourist in your own city, but only hit up landmarks that don’t charge an entrance fee, like statues, museums, or other places that you’d go if you were only in town for a day.