Dating in NYC can be fun. Does your partner love watching re-runs of “The Golden Girls?” Are you starting to feel like Ricky in “I Love Lucy?” Are you dating someone who never saw the last episode of “Cheers?” If so, I have an idea to spice of your relationship.
If you read my post “The 3-month Itch…It’s a Curse” you know that dating starts after 3-months and half of the time your itch to break away has little to do with the person you’re dating. A relationship becomes most challenging when the surface dating is over. Like I mentioned, how many movies, dinner dates, parties or bowling can you do before it gets old and boring, like the relationship.
Remember, the 3-month itch symbolizes being fearful of the personal challenge to test your ability to think outside the box and come up with creative ways to keep a relationship fresh, sexy, fun and alive.
Being friends with Urban FLRT can only help. Today, we has a fun thing for you to do with your Mr. or Ms. Couch Potato. Why not visit the NY Museum of Television?
Although the museum is filled with plenty of fascinating television history, it’s the library where you and your date will have the most fun. To add some excitement to the day, don’t reveal where you are taking them because the reaction on their face will be classic.
Remember, the library portion of your visit will be the most memorable. The heart of the library is where visitors can search through over 120,000 radio and television programs and advertisements. Visitors select programs for personal viewing and listen in a console room. Plus, you can add your own connection to the programs that have special meaning to you and your date by leaving comments next to any of the programs you search. Telling your own stories, adding to history.
How fun is that, searching for your favorite childhood shows, recalling great memories and exchanging funny stories can only bring a smile to your date’s face.I found the museum to be an amazing dating experience. It’s a fun way to learn more about each other. You’ll both probably be asked to be quiet toward the end of your visit because you’ll both be laughing so hard!For my friends outside of NYC, most cities have either a Television & Radio museum or a non-traditional one and pick that one. However, select one that will spark joy and allow for the exchange of light-hearted stories. More great date ideas to come.