10 Date Ideas For You And Your Significant Other This Fall Season
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10 Date Ideas For You And Your Significant Other This Fall Season

It'll be the perfect weather for some cute dates!

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10 Date Ideas For You And Your Significant Other This Fall Season
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Looking for an autumn-themed date for you and your significant other this season? Here are 10 essential data ideas for this fall season.

1. Carve and decorate pumpkins together

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2. Embark on a corn maze adventure

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3. Go on a hike (for the added experience of crunching leaves)

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4. Visit a haunted house or amusement park

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5. Go to a football game or tailgate together

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6. Throw a Halloween party together (wearing a couples costume, of course)

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7. Start a yearly apple orchard tradition 

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8. Have a bonfire with your friends and families

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9. Watch a scary Halloween movie together

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10. Go on a coffee date (with pumpkin or apple flavored drinks, duh)

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