Some good dating ideas
Plan a romantic day for your girlfriend on her 21st birthday with a theme centered on the number 21.
You can try to pack 21 romantic gestures into her day or plan to give her romantic things in sets of 21.
Add to this scene, a picnic basket filled with goodies, a cozy blanket, and a CD player with soothing music and you have the makings of a perfect first date.
It sounds obvious to say you should only work on problems that exist. So why did I spend 6 months working on this stupid idea? I invented a model of the world that didn't correspond to reality, and worked from that. Because they begin by trying to think of startup ideas. is doubly dangerous: it doesn't merely yield few good ideas; it yields bad ideas that sound plausible enough to fool you into working on them. Often they care a lot about their pets and spend a lot of money on them.
And yet by far the most common mistake startups make is to solve problems no one has. In 1995 I started a company to put art galleries online. I didn't notice my model was wrong until I tried to convince users to pay for what we'd built. I was attached to my model of the world, and I'd spent a lot of time on the software. At YC we call these "made-up" or "sitcom" startup ideas. Surely many of these people would like a site where they could talk to other pet owners.
If either you or your date are into films and documentaries, this is the perfect thing to do after smoking a doobie together.
This movie experience makes you feel like you are almost in the movie, and is should make your stoned date a very interesting one.