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Old 06-23-2005, 09:58 AM   #1
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What's more romantic/better?

If you are going to a restaurant with a girlfriend (or boyfriend if you're a girl) what seating arrangement do you think is better:

Sitting at a table where the person sits across from you. This way you can look at them more, but there's less interaction between you two (u2.....heehee)

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Sitting in a booth next to each other where you can hold hands and stuff....but you won't be looking at each other as much.
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As a girl, I like a booth.
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Old 06-23-2005, 10:04 AM   #3
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As a waitress I always thought it was slightly weird when a couple sat on the same side of a booth when noone was sitting across from them.

I'd rather face my date.
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Old 06-23-2005, 11:16 AM   #4
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Eye contact is best...rubbing the knees from beneath the table, try ordering for her as well....

And keep the conversation going.....
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same siders are just weird, sorry. Would you really be holding hands all that much when you're eating anyways? The table is good because you could sit just to the left or right of boyfriend/girlfriend rather than across.
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Eye contact - give her your full attention.



And all that under the table stuff as well.
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Nothing beats eye contact.
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Nothing???
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Nothing???

You got me there, Doug!



OK, there is most certainly something else that beats eye contact... But combine the two and
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eye contact, especially if glasses are involved
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Nothing???

but you might get arrested for doing "that" in a restaurant
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i always thought it looked weird when i see a couple sitting together on one side when there wasn't anyone else at the table with them

i prefer being across, able to make eye contact, hold hands, carry on a conversation. save the snuggling next to each other for quiet times at home or on a comfy sofa
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Re: What's more romantic/better?

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Sitting at a table where the person sits across from you.

I'll sit in a booth across from my "Love" instead of at a table !!
It's alot more private and definitely more romantic when you're secluded in a section away from everyone else.
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Old 06-23-2005, 12:12 PM   #14
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definitely sitting across the table.

the same side of the booth thing smacks of co-dependency to me.

yes, i've been told, i'm bitter. i know.
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LOL Dandy

Across here as well, maybe sit at the same side for the coffee/drink after the meal; but during dinner, definately across eachother, gotto love a good conversation with the girl/boy you love!
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