Because fancy dinners and costly ticket prices all add up, here's the ultimate guide to dating on a real-person budget ($), from stay-at-home options for the true homebodies to outdoorsy adventures that only require a little bit of spare cash and the right attitude.Yes, as cheesy as it may sound, riding a tandem bike (AKA the bicycle built for two) can be quite the adventure for a super-coordinated couple who want to experiment with something more unconventional than your typical scenic trail ride. Pretend to be tourists in the next town over from yours. Whether it's Christmas, Valentine's Day, his birthday or just because, choosing a gift for your teenage boyfriend is hard work.If you know what your guy likes, you may be able to find the perfect gift at the mall or online. You don't need to empty your savings to get a gift your boyfriend will like.If your boyfriend's band or sports team is coming to town, get him tickets to a game or a show. 56 Record the story of how you met for posterity à la When Harry Met Sally.57. Read your poem at a local coffee shop open mic night.59.
Make your own custom Cards Against Humanity deck.22. Follow You Tube videos to learn cooking skills that neither of you know: how to make crepes, how to poach an egg, etc. Pick a random place and plan a whole detailed vacation. Go on a "fakecation" and post the pictures to Facebook. Invent your own fantasy league (i.e., Masterchef Junior fantasy league. Run through the sprinklers or jump in a fountain (Warning: The latter is illegal in many places. Have an e Bay contest: List similar items and see who can make the most money with their description and sales skills. Make this year’s anniversary with your significant other something special — one that will bring you closer together.