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Valentine’s Day date ideas that scream “wow!”


Valentine’s Day is four days away and chances are, some have no plans ready in their back pocket. Luckily, this article is here to play Cupid and help. Here are some last-minute dates to impress that special someone:


  • Design phone cases for each other – The current rave is customizable phone cases and this makes for a great personal and Instagram-worthy dating experience. They can be decorated with any charms, perfect to match various aesthetics.


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  • Make dinner together – What better way to show love to a partner than by cooking with them? Food is the perfect bonding buddy so take advantage of it. Cook something that both parties love and spice up the mood with candles and flowers. The best part is, that this can be altered to fit different budgets. 


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  • Watch the sunset – The reds, oranges, pinks, and purples, what romantic colours. While it is still cold out, the sunset can be enjoyed from the comfort of a car. Make the date cozier with some blankets and hot food.


  • Bowling – For the athletic couples, take a try at bowling. Depending on the place, prices start at $10 per person (including shoe rental). Bowling can be played with any skill level so one does not necessarily need to be athletic to enjoy. For added fun, go during a themed night!


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  • Go to the theatres – Now while this might not be the most amusing date, take advantage of $5 movies at Cineplex on Tuesdays. Top the night off with a coffee shop date right after to get some talking time in. The movie serves as a bonus conversation piece!


Whatever the date is, make sure to have fun!

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Riya Mahendrarajah, Managing Editor
Riya Mahendrarajah is a managing editor for the Kingsley Voice. When she graduates high school, she would like to study psychology and at some point in her life, she would like to visit Bali, Indonesia. After a long day, she recommends listening to music as a way to de-stress. She has been a part of the team since 2021.

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    Nikita HardialFeb 10, 2024 at 10:37 pm

    Wow this article helped me get a Valentine…