– by Divinity Chan | www.TheChocolateDate.com ©2014

Coming up with new date ideas can be challenging but look no further! “The Chocolate Date” Diva has a few up her sleeves to help make your date fun and schweeet.

 

Now it doesn’t have to be Easter or any other special holiday to run a treasure or scavenger hunt. This idea can be used anytime you feel like playing a fun game with your sweetie. It is fun for both the Planner and the Finder. How? The Planner, I’m assuming it is you, gets to drum up all the fun surprises and clues that the Finder must try to figure out. And who doesn’t like finding chocolate treats and treasures. That’s the whole fun of it.

 

Get your Chocolate Date to follow a series of clues that leads to the hidden treasure like treats, chocolates, love coupons or any other “treasure” you come up with.

 

Ideas:

1. Maps – You can create simple maps of just one room in your home using furniture as landmarks and easy to follow directions such as “start at the entrance of your room, take six paces west, turn left at the couch and take two paces towards the plant.”

For simple maps, keep the number of steps to five or six clues. Want more complexity? Add more clues and even make the map larger to encompass other areas like the yard, other rooms in the home or places where you last went on dates. Sky’s the limit!

 

2. Riddles – Using riddles where your sweetie must figure out the answer. Turn the answer into the next clue that will lead to the next riddle. How many riddles to have? This will be entirely up to you but three is an easy number. The third one can lead your sweetie to the grand prize.

 

3. You are getting warmer – most simple and easiest idea of them all. Get a bunch of fun treats that your sweetie will love and hide them all over your place. You can make it easy or hard to find. You can help guide your sweetie (if you wish) by saying “You’re getting warmer” if they were getting closer to the object or “You’re getting hotter” as they get even closer. If they are heading further away you can say, “You are getting colder” or “You are freezing”.

 

Tips:

1. Allow plenty of time to plan and organize the hunt to ensure success.

2. After you have the hunt all planned out, walk through it to make sure everything flows nicely.

3. Have extra clues just in case your sweetie needs more help in getting to the next clue or treasure.

4. K.I.S.S. – Follow the formula of ‘Keep It Simple and Sweet’. But it doesn’t hurt to throw in a few curve balls to have your sweetie on their toes. 🙂

 

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All rights reserved ©2014 The Chocolate Date. Divinity C. created “The Chocolate Date”. It’s all about things to do on a date using chocolate where you can get turned on and excited again and again. Intrigued? Visit http://www.TheChocolateDate.com to download your complimentary eBook “11 Yummy Date Ideas for Chocolate Lovers” to get started on yummy gooey love.

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WANT TO USE THIS ARTICLE IN YOUR EZINE OR WEB SITE?
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All rights reserved ©2012-2017 The Chocolate Date. Divinity C. created "The Chocolate Date". Does your love life need a romantic reboot?
Jump-start your Dates with creativity & spontaneity to woo your sweetie. Visit http://www.TheChocolateDate.com to download your complimentary eBook "11 Yummy Date Ideas for Chocolate Lovers" to get started on yummy gooey love.
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