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If your idea of a winter “date” is eating Chinese food with your chick on the couch, it’s safe to assume she’ll get bored and leave you/your pork-fried rice for someone more exciting.Yes, it’s winter, and yes it’s unbearably cold, but girls love “activities.” Here are 10 non-couch-potato ideas to keep your dating life afloat this winter.Bust out your blades and hit up any one of the many ice skating rinks in the Twin Cities including St.Paul’s Landmark Plaza, Lake of the Isles, or Downtown’s most popular skating rink, The Depot, where maybe you’ll find out that your significant other was a regular Brian Boitano in a previous life. It may not be for everybody, but it’s always a ton of fun (even if you insist on being one of those weirdly reluctant spectators).
You need a local Chinatown, long undies, and a whole lot of one-dollar bills.Introduce each other to your literary loves by curling up on the couch with the same book.When you each reach the end of a chapter, talk about what you think's going to happen. Your mission: Find sweaters so soft, you're sure they're made from part-cloud. A pressure cooker, which makes it possible to put this together in minimum time.Paul Winter Carnival, or our favorite winter festival, the Beer Dabbler. Paul Winter Carnival, it affords you the added opportunity of trying a TON of craft beer along with a host of different food trucks.If you’re going to hang outside all day, might as well be surrounded by beer and food.Search for a rink near you that offers human ice bowling.Take turns being the “bowling ball” by sitting in a saucer—you’ll push each other down the ice to knock over human-sized “bowling pins” at the other end of the rink. Tell her you’re in the market for a new winter sweater, and that you want her help in picking out the perfect one.Organize a game of two-hand touch football with a few of your friends and her friends.Set up a full-blown tailgate in the parking lot and have everyone bring a wintery item like chili, pot roast, hot cider and gingerbread cookies.Picnicking isn't strictly a springtime activity. Lay out a plush blanket (bonus if it's in front of a fireplace) and pack a basket full of cold-weather goodies like mac and cheese and apple pie to cozy it up inside. We like the idea of putting out cookie dough bites, white chocolate chips, marshmallows and other wintry treats so you can both top it the way you like it. A normal mug of hot cocoa's good, but a mug spiked with bourbon is even better.