Are you sick of the cold? In order to keep the flame of love alive throughout these chilly months, we’ll examine some romantic date ideas for the winter time.
Do the chilly days of winter make you feel like you’re being smothered in a wet blanket, or are we the only ones who think so? Colder temperatures have made winter feel like one long session of white snow, and now we can look forward to the next exciting “event,” which is spring! This doesn’t mean you have to settle with dull winter date ideas, either.
Yes, your first reaction was probably “Netflix and Chill” when we said winter date ideas. There’s no denying the allure of staying in and watching episode after episode of your favorite show in your pajamas, but that’s hardly what we mean when we say “date night” these days.
IDEAS FOR A WINTER DATE
We’ll be looking at new winter date ideas, not centered around watching TV, for those who prefer to lounge around, those who welcome the snow, and those who prefer to go out and spend.
Sexy evening at home.
Let’s begin with the easiest date night ideas, for those who are staying in. Doing the nasty work! Dressing up like Mrs. Claus and having a wild night together is the perfect way to celebrate the dirty winter date night.
Choose some sex games or work on your delayed orgasms to spice things up. Take your time and enjoy yourself on your sexy-romp of choice. After all, you should be on your best behavior for this special evening.
Home theater with a certain theme.
We know we claimed “Netflix and Chill” was more of an “everyday” event, but you can still make it work. Why not attempt a “themed” movie instead of Friends reruns? If you start watching, we guarantee you won’t be able to stop.
Do something fun with snow, like constructing a snowman.
Construct the cutest, most massive snowman in the neighborhood, or take it in turns trying to make your snowman look like your partner. The outcome of this date was adorable and entertaining.
Make some fire.
A fantastic evening activity is participating in a community bonfire or lighting up the fireplace at home. This winter date concept entails sharing a blanket while snuggling up in front of a fire. Also, making s’mores and doing it by a fire is very romantic.
Meet up for some HoCho.
The magical powers of hot chocolate extend far beyond the realm of your youth, and it can improve just about any situation. Include a cup of hot chocolate in your winter date by either visiting a trendy cafe and sharing a cup of whichever insane HoCho variety they’re serving, or by making a batch of your own from scratch.
Participate in some sledding.
Sledding is a blast and will force you and your date into the vast outdoors. In this exciting winter date, you can cuddle up on a sled or go for a spin down the hills on your own.
Participate in some ice skating.
Aside from the fact that skating is great exercise and tons of fun, it’s also incredibly romantic. Imagine this: you and your date are out on the ice, you’re both wearing unstable skates, your date grips your waist to stabilize you, you skate and hold hands the entire time, and the only time you stop is to sip delicious HoCho. To begin with, hello. Dates in the winter are the best!
Check out a winter fair.
There’s a reason why winter carnivals are commonly thought of as a romantic way to spend the winter season. There will be parades, awful carnie games, specialty beer tastings, ice skating, and ice sculpture competitions. Put on some warm clothes and take your date to a magical winter event.
Have a massive snowball fight.
As a child, you probably thought winter was the best season since it was the most fun. Embrace your inner child and have a massive snowball fight with your lover. Give them 20 minutes to prepare their snowball ammo, then blow the whistle and let your pitching arm fly!
Refusing a romantic offer simply because you’re cold is unacceptable. If you follow our suggestions for a romantic winter date, you’ll be going on dates right up until spring.