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  • author ( 52, man | Liberty, NY, USA )

    I was thinking curbside service while sharing a conversation out of the window whilst sipping on some coffee or a hot beverage in winter. Just saw require you to reach out to me and figure out how are you want to plan a...  see more >>

  • author ( 61, woman | Wyoming, MI, USA )

    Coffee at a cafe (if open). Otherwise, grab a coffee to go and drive to the beach or take a nature walk where we can talk and laugh and get to know each other! We will know if it's right-if there's a connection!

  • author ( 65, woman | Silver Spring, MD, USA )

    Sitting for a meet and greet over coffee and get to know each other. If everyone is comfortable, another outing to a museum or the zoo would be fun to spend time walking and talking. These are some of my first thoughts...  see more >>

  • author ( 70, woman | Seattle, WA, USA )

    Candle-light dinners? Gadz we haven't even met yet!! Besides, I usually end up having read the menu using the search light on my phone. A quiet place where the ebb & flow of the conversation can take place without shouti...  see more >>

  • author ( 58, woman | Staten Island, NY, USA )

    I wish two cups of coffee is the good beginning of the very two. We can chat freely whatever we like.And maybe walk around Manhattan or somewhere else ,which is calm and peaceful. What I really want is a steady relations...  see more >>

  • author ( 57, woman | Louisville, KY, USA )

    Something low key and casual like brunch outdoors or a coffee shop off the beaten path where we can sit and chat as long as we'd like. Hopefully someplace quaint and local and not a chain like Starbucks.

  • author ( 67, man | Brooklyn, NY, USA )

    A conversation over coffee or tea. I like to talk about everything and I'm probably going to tell a few jokes to try to make you smile. If you love walking as much as I do, we can take a walk to see the neighborhood and...  see more >>

  • author ( 69, man | Anchorage, AK, USA )

    Will we ever be free for coffee again? Can we talk with a mask? Well life always has its changes. I just go with the flow

  • author ( 78, man | FL, USA )

    Start with perhaps coffee, get to know each other and take it from there; hopefully really becoming good friends

  • author ( 75, woman | York, PA, USA )

    For the first meet, coffee or light meal somewhere fairly quiet, smoke-free, so conversation isnt interrupted. If there's a distance between us, we could choose a halfway location.

  • author ( 63, woman | Basingstoke, England - Hampshire, GBR )

    Meet for a coffee in pub or cafe. Weather permitting go for a walk. I am a very easy going person, good sense of humour, always ready with a smile. Enjoy being outdoors, perhaps we could go fishing? I used to go years ag...  see more >>

  • author ( 82, woman | Louisville, KY, USA )

    We should meet for coffee, you can tell a lot about a person over a cup of coffee. No strings attached.

  • author ( 80, man | Mount Pleasant, SC, USA )


  • author ( 70, woman | Colorado Springs, CO, USA )

    Meeting at a cafe, something easy, for coffee, tea, to have a chance to learn more about each other.....

  • author ( 72, woman | Mount Pleasant, MI, USA )

    I have some questions I found somewhere to start interesting conversations. I tried them when two friends had breakfast with me on my birthday, and they worked well. We can start with those. :-)

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