The Late Night Date Night

The Late Night Date Night

Late night shows are great, especially in the day and age of YouTube. Each show breaks its episodes into segments and posts them online so you can watch the bits and pieces you like the best and laugh all the more. On this date, you’ll watch different late night show sketches and play popular games inspired by The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. Despite the name, you can do this date night kit from home at any time of day.

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Enter A Whole New World with this Aladdin Date Night Kit

Enter A Whole New World with this Aladdin Date Night Kit

For millennials, Aladdin was an animated movie favorite growing up. Now Disney has dished out a live-action remake and it’s time to celebrate with an epic date night. Start with reading the original fairytale and learn where Disney got inspiration for the story. Then, optionally rewatch the 1992 animated version. Go see the remake and talk about the differences with our printable story questions before finishing the night with our custom printable game: Open Sesame.

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How to Have a Bob Ross Painting Date Night at Home

How to Have a Bob Ross Painting Date Night at Home

Learning to paint is a breeze with Bob Ross, who always insists that “there are no mistakes, only happy accidents.” Choose an episode and follow along as he guides you in the art of oil painting. We’ve compiled a list of materials and suggestions to make this date night as smooth as you are.

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Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them - A Magical Date Night

Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them - A Magical Date Night

With the release of the second Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them coming up this Friday, we thought it would be the perfect opportunity for yet another magical date night inspired by the world of Harry Potter. This time, we are taking a leaf out of Newt Scamander’s book and focusing on the wonder of mythical (or in their world, magical) creatures.

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15 Minute Mini-Date: Invent a Secret Handshake

15 Minute Mini-Date: Invent a Secret Handshake

Long ago, secret handshakes were used by serious organizations to denote loyalty. While it isn’t entirely the same nowadays, friends still use them as a way of sharing something confidential and fun. Create a handshake with your date that you only know between yourselves. The best part? Once you’ve created it, you can use it again whenever you want.

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French Cooking Date

French Cooking Date

What says romance more than french cuisine? Bread, cheese, wine . . . plus the stuff you actually have to cook. While that part may seem intimidating at first, we’ve chosen two recipes that are not only simple, but downright delicious. We’ve also chosen an cooking expert who became famous for introducing French cuisine to the everyday home cook—Julia Child.

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Opposites Attract Date (+ Movie Quiz)

Opposites Attract Date (+ Movie Quiz)

Instead of the same old dinner and a movie, why not try embracing opposites? Take our personalized quiz to find out what kind of movie you should watch on your date this week (one you would never think to pick), plus check out our creative dinner suggestions so you can branch out and make memories.

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Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Date

Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone Date

To mark the 20th anniversary of the publication of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, we created a date night that will bring you back to the magic. And, yes, you will finally get that letter you've been waiting for.

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Double Feature Date: The Parent Trap

Double Feature Date: The Parent Trap

What is more perfect than a double feature about twins? This dinner and a movie shake-up will have you seeing quadruple. Watch The Parent Trap (1961) and make it a double feature with The Parent Trap (1998). Afterwards, compare them with our Double Feature Game.

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The Wanderlust Date: Destination Paris

The Wanderlust Date: Destination Paris

Travel is one of the best ways to open your mind, explore new cultures, and create unforgettable experiences. Unfortunately, traveling requires two things in abundance: time and money. So while we would love to travel far and wide all year long, it is not always practical. That's why we've come up with a way to explore new places and cultures right from home. This week: Paris, France.

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