The Daily Aztec editors share their worst date experiences
If you’re not already in a committed, long- term relationship with someone (conveniently built into your hectic schedule) you face the daunting dilemma of dating as well.
Often times it can be easy to let nerves get in the way. Luckily, keeping these tips in mind can help guide daters toward a successful second date.
Unfortunately, not all dates are like that. Some are meant to perish along like a mysterious warm section in a pool. Here are different scenarios on how to get out of abominable dates.
After you get home from a first date with someone you’re totally into and you stop smiling and thinking about all the lame jokes you cracked, you think “Now what?”
There are about one million reasons why the beach is the perfect combination of salty water, sand and sweet, sweet loving. The beach is just begging you to bring a date.
Many of us are destined to suffer the agony of an awkward date. If you’re like me, you’ve had several.
If your date jumped off a cliff, would you?
For those who thirst for knowledge, Balboa Park is the perfect date destination.
Because this is ‘date night,’ what’s your favorite romantic movie?
The top suggestions of a perfect date from The Daily Aztec staff vary nearly as much as their personalities.
Face it: Breakups suck. Even the ones that seem as if they might turn out OK usually don’t. And although it’s easy to get down in the dumps thinking about lost love, some find a way out of that negative-Nancy mindset.