What can you do if your date's family clutters up the living room and you haven't enough money to take her out somewhere?
Grin and bear it and hope that your date's head works as well as her dimples! Almost any home has a date space, if somebody will find-it and fix-it. An unused basement or attic room can be transformed with a paint brush, needle and thread, and inexpensive materials. The dining room may not be exactly cozy, but a vic or radio can warm up the atmosphere considerably. And what's wrong with the kitchen? Cookie and fudge making aren't exciting, but they're better pastimes than spending the evening with the family! It's a girl's responsibility to make her home "dateable" and any girl who shrugs off this responsibility is missing a sure road to popularity.
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Comments: date space
What about the cellar, boynton? You can tipple if the family wont give you date-space and the boyfriend's too cryptic.
Posted by Nora at May 13, 2004 05:30 PM
and what about the bathroom? the shower would be as good a place as any to get to know each other.
Posted by Gianna at May 13, 2004 08:47 PM
Not all of us are in a hurry, Gianna!
Posted by Scott Wickstein at May 13, 2004 11:28 PM
yes Nora, no cross words in the cellar...
Of course, G, the shower sounds most dateable
And what's wrong with the bath? A slower and cozy pastime.
Posted by boynton at May 14, 2004 01:31 PM
Count me in as a cellar-dweller.
Posted by Scott Wickstein at May 14, 2004 05:19 PM