The debate we have heard is whether or not you want to appear less funny than the comedian on stage or be upstaged by them (if you think that you are funnier)… Brunch It’s not quite breakfast and it’s not quite lunch.
You might think this sounds crazy, but what better way to get to know someone’s heart than serving together?
Take an afternoon and head to a soup kitchen, an after-school program, or join a weekend project with something like Habitat for Humanity.
There are lots of places to go for brunch in Dublin (have a look here).
Check out your local guides for nice places to go close to where you are.
Our matchmakers think that it’s a great idea as it shows you what type of sense of humour your date has.
Sense of humour has a great impact on a relationship (see our blog post here).
Remember, first dates should be fun, comfortable and enjoyable. Theatre or a Gig A live show is another great idea for a first date. A trip to the theatre is classier than a trip to the cinema and will give you a chance to dress up.
There’s also the intermission when you can get a drink and have a chat.
If you’re not into opera, then don’t pretend that you do.