10 Things To Do On A Roadtrip With Someone
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10 Things To Do While On A Roadtrip With Someone

This list works best when you're with your best friend(s).

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10 Things To Do While On A Roadtrip With Someone
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My best friend Marlee and I (in the cover photo as well as our boy Timmy) took a 4-hour road trip to New Jersey to meet one of our favorite actors/author (you'll find out who in my next article), and had so much fun on the way there and back! Road trips are always fun with your friends, but here are ten ideas to make them even more fun!

1.) Play the license plate game.

If you're one of the few people who has never played this game, you and your fellow passengers try to find as many license plates from other states (and Canada) as possible. The goal is, obviously, to get all of them. My record is 15.

2.) Have that conversation you both have been putting off.

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There's no better time than when no one can leave the car to have a conversation.

3.) Bop to your favorite tunes.

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Marlee and I recommend lil' Dicky and Panic! at the Disco.

4.) Count how many times you get cut off.

We're up to 3 and still have 2 hours to go.

5.) Plan a party.

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It's almost the end of the semester. Go crazy, go stupid (but stay safe).

6.) Admire the houses you pass.

And dream that one day you can own something close to them.

7.) Rate things (animals, bands, food, etc...)

It's always fun to judge things that won't harm you.

8.) Talk about your future and your hopes/dreams.

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Everyone has one. Feel free to discuss.

9.) Eat your lunch.

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Or breakfast. Or dinner. Just stay full and hydrated.

10.) Quiz each other on your vocab words.

We both know you're gonna procrastinate and not study, so do some now.

If you have any other suggestions, use those! Just stay safe and have a blast!

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