Dating for Dummies

Simple Online Dating Activities to Keep you Both Interested

By on February 28, 2019 in Online Dating Tips with 0 Comments

Starting to date someone you just met online, can get a little boring at times.  We recommend sharing things that you are interested in.   A couple of popular online dating activities are sharing recipes and bidding at auctions.

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Both of these easily fit well into online dating opportunities, one of the most popular online activities for singles today.

To help you get better acquainted online online with someone you just met, here’s what potential cyber-dates do :

Sharing Recipes

People get tired talking about the weather. So a popular subject to turn to is food. Sharing favorite foods and recipes helps break the ice and even forms friendships over culinary skills – or lack of – and tastes.

Search your favorite search engine for “free recipes” to share. Take photos of your culinary creations and share them with your date, too.

Bidding at Auctions

Ebay auctions sell nearly anything and everything! So surf around and enter searches like the dates you were in middle school. Share cool memorabilia photos of old games and toys from when you were a child or when your parents or grandparents were little; The Dating Game, Oscar Mayer wiener whistles, The Partridge Family Album, Bobby Sherman’s Album, 45’s and more.

Online dating can be an educational and fun experience, it doesn’t need to be a drag. So learn more about each other and have fun while you’re at it. Take a cyber-stroll down memory lane together and see what’s cookin’.

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About the Author: Cole West got call the Dating Ninja by his friends. As he has been there and done it in the dating world. Now its all about helping other people navigate the sometimes difficult world of dating. .


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