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65 Best Dates for Teenagers – The Ultimate Guide

Looking for date ideas? you are in the right place. Here are the most awesome dates for teenagers.

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When you’re a teenager, dating seems to be the biggest achievement in the world. To be going out with someone means you’ve entered a mature stage in life.

But dating, whether it’s the first time or not, can be incredibly nerve-wracking. Entering a relationship can be incredibly intimidating. And maintaining one takes work.

First dates can set the tone for the foundation of your relationship. The entire point of a first date is to get to know your significant other.

Whether they’re someone you know from school, someone you’ve known since you were a kid, or someone that you’ve just come to meet, first dates help you see them in a romantic light.

For teenagers, the best dates are simple ones that you can make your own.

Playing the question game, going for long walks, and watching the sunset together are simple moments that really let you focus on each other.

Dates like mini-golf, painting, and escape rooms bring so much fun. Planning dates comes naturally to some and not so much to others.

We’ve put together a comprehensive list of the best date ideas for teenagers.

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First Date Ideas

Take Your Dog(s) for a Walk

A nice way to help break the ice on your first date is to have something to talk about. Bring your dogs along for a nice walk to facilitate fun conversation.

You can play fetch with the pups and watch how well they get along. This also gives you the chance to learn more about your date’s hobbies.

Go For Ice Cream

This is a classic first date for teenagers. And it’s classic for a reason! Going for ice cream is bound to put a smile on anyone’s face.

Keeping the first date casual is always the best move because it alleviates pressure.

Coffee Date

Another classic date idea is to go for coffee. This kind of date is great for conversation and also gives you the chance to get to know each other better.

As a lover of coffee myself, this is a date idea that I always rely on. Try to avoid going to chain coffee houses. Going to the smaller, local cafés is much more romantic.

Study Date

Need to get a few textbook readings out of the way but also want to make the most of your time? Invite your date out to study.

This is the perfect date for teenagers preparing for midterms or finals. That way you get to finish some homework while also having an enjoyable time with someone special.

Go on a Double Date

There’s no sugar coating it: first dates can be awkward. To help ease nerves and lighten the tension, invite another couple along for your night!

This is best when the other couple has been together for a while, so you don’t have to worry about any awkwardness on their end.

Having a friend to help ease your worries throughout the date is always a plus!

DIY Randonauting

Randonauting is an activity where the app, Randonautica, sends you a random coordinate location in your area, and you travel to it hoping to find something fun.

Another way to have the same kind of adventure is to make random lefts and rights while walking or driving to hopefully land somewhere cool.

Play the Question Game

First dates are all about getting to know each other. A fun activity date for teenagers is to play the question game.

You and your date go back and forth asking each other random questions. This game allows you to move past basic questions like favorite color or food.

Instead, ask your date, “if you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?” My favorite ice breaker question is, “if you could travel to any place in time, where and when would you go to?”

Watch the Sunset or Sunrise Together

This date for teenagers is a very romantic one. While watching the sunset or sunrise, I always find these hours very contemplative.

Looking at the stunning views makes you think and reflect. Sharing this special moment with your date will bring you closer together.

Have a Game Night

One of my favorite dates is to host a game night. Whether it’s playing Twister, Monopoly, or cards, a game night is a perfect way to bring a little fun to a date.

Especially if you’re on the more competitive side, facilitating a healthy game of winners and losers is entertaining. My favorite game at game night is Clue.

Go to a Movie Theater

Every teen movie will showcase a movie theater date. Popcorn, candy, and waiting for your date to throw their arm over your shoulder?

Nothing is more exciting than going on a date to a movie. The best movie to watch on a date would be a scary or action movie.

Something that will hold your attention but not serious enough to distract you from your date.

Go to a Park

Whether your local park has swing sets and a jungle gym or is just an open field to walk around in, it’s great to spend time outside.

A date outside is casual and low-pressure. You can even bring a few field games to play, like Kan Jam or ring toss. Even bringing a soccer ball will allow for a fun time.

Play a Sport

Challenge yourself and your date to a game of basketball. Host a batting practice. See who can punt a soccer ball the farthest.

An active date for teenagers is to play a sport with your date. It’s not about actually doing well; it’s about spending time together and laughing.

Go out for Dinner

Going out to dinner will always be a reliable date for teenagers. Pick a restaurant that you wouldn’t normally go to from one of your favorite cuisines.

Personally, I hate eating with my hands on a date. I feel much more comfortable ordering something bite-sized so I don’t have to overthink during the date.

Have a Trivia Night

Whether you find trivia through an app on your phone or go out to a restaurant that’s hosting a trivia night, it is always fun to do an activity together on the first date.

That way, you and your date have something to bond over. It’s crazy how much random knowledge you actually know.

Is Pluto a planet? No. When was Taylor Swift born? 1989. Easy!

Draw Caricatures of Each Other

Caricatures are the cartoon drawings you would get on vacation that exaggerated certain features and placed you in random scenes.

It would be fun to have a first date where you try to draw a caricature of each other. You can emphasize specific aspects about your date that drew you to them in the first place.

Walk Around the Mall

One of the things I do a lot as a teenager is go to the mall. I can spend hours walking through stores whether I’m shopping or not. Bring your date to the mall and you won’t run out of activities to do. Try on ridiculous outfits and eat salty pretzels for the full mall experience.

Go Stargazing

To go stargazing, all you have to do is wait for the sun to go down and find an open field! You can most likely make your way to your school field with a blanket for this date.

Try to find constellations in the sky and see how many you can name! It is an adventurous and conversational date.

Carnival

This is the perfect date for the summer. So many carnivals are traveling through towns for long weekends.

You can on the Ferris Wheel or win each other stuffed animals. A carnival is a perfect date for teenagers.

Try Each Other’s Hobbies

Let’s say one of you can play the guitar and the other likes to juggle. Take turns trying out each other’s hobbies!

No one has to be good at them, but it’s a great way to get to know each other and have a casual, fun time.

It’s always attractive when your date tries to teach you something and has an excuse to get close!

Have a Car Wash

This may seem like a random first date, but a car wash is the perfect mix of a fun activity. It’s something you and your date can accomplish together.

It’s also a great opportunity to start a water fight. Working on a project together is a great idea for a date.

Related: 100 Flirty and Dirty Questions To Ask A guy You Like

Cute Date Ideas for teenagers

Picnic in the Park

Have a picnic at a park! This date is super easy to do yourself. Pack a small lunch with lots of snacks and a blanket and you’re set!

You can also spice up a picnic by bringing fun games, making your own lemonade, or using a picnic set that you can order from Amazon.

Go for a Fancy Dinner

While you may go out to eat often, you probably don’t go out for a fancy dinner too much. Every now and then it is a great date for teenagers to go to a nicer restaurant with their date.

Dressing up is half the fun and makes the date feel that much better. Whether the restaurant is local or far away, the act of going out together elevates the date entirely.

Drive-in Movie

As classic as a movie date is, there’s nothing better than going to a drive-in movie. Bring a bunch of blankets and pillows to turn your seat into a huge couch.

You can also get candy and popcorn from the dollar store. If your drive-in theater is playing Grease, that is a must to spice up a date!

Museums

If you don’t like close to a major city that may have big museums, there are also local galleries to visit. Some galleries are open to the public on the weekends.

Big museums are also great to walk through because there is so much to talk about. It’s also an excuse to dress up nicer and have a sophisticated day.

Walk Through your Town

Take a step back and walk around your town. There are so many things to do in your town that you may not realize.

My small town has a lake, a park, a hiking trail and a string of locally-owned shops. Supporting local businesses and spending a casual day with your date always makes for a good time.

Put Together Flower Bouquets

Visit your local florist or flower nursery and select some flowers for an arrangement. You can make one big one together or two so you each have one.

See if you can remember each other’s favorite flowers and colors to make it a surprise! Flowers always brighten your day and make for an adorable date activity.

Read Books Together

One of my favorite date ideas is to read with your date. Go to your local bookstore, pick out books you think the other would enjoy and read together!

You can also pick your favorite book for the other to read.

I always annotate the books I read, and gifting an annotated book to your significant other is a touching and sweet way to show you care!

Go Dancing

A cute and romantic date for teenagers is to go dancing. All you need is music and a speaker, and you can dance and hold each other tight.

Sometimes you don’t even need music to go dancing. Just start singing a catchy tune and dance your heart out!

Camp Out and Make S’mores

Set up a blanket and pillow fort in either of your backyards for the perfect camp out. Roast marshmallows over a fire and make some delicious s’mores.

As a veteran sleep-a-way camper, the best strategy for making s’mores is to twist and pull your stick with your marshmallow clamped between the graham crackers and chocolate.

If you don’t have a fire pit, you can roast marshmallows over your stove!

Make a Scrapbook of Your Favorite Memories

A sweet date for teenagers that have been dating for some time would be to put together a scrapbook of your favorite memories together.

You can print pictures of some of your favorite moments and make themes for each page.

If you spent a holiday together, went on a trip together, or did any of the dates recommended here, it’s great to hold a physical copy of those moments.

This is also a great date for an anniversary!

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Fun Date Ideas For Teenagers

Mini Golf

A super popular and spectacularly fun date for teenagers is mini-golf! It is a sweet and cheesy way to have a good time on a nice night.

And you’re assured to get close and cozy with your date. It’s a date night featured in romance movies for a reason!

Bowling

Though bowling may seem like a big group activity, it can be really special to go on a fun and random date night.

Adding a bit of healthy competition to any relationship is a must. Bowling is a classic date for teenagers.

Whenever I go bowling it’s a gamble if I’m good or bad, but that’s the fun of the game!

Arcade

You will never run out of things to do at an arcade! My personal favorite is Deal or No Deal and it always ends in a tense gamble.

Bring your date to the claw game and win each other a sweet keepsake. I’ve gotten most of my stuffed animal collection from nights spent at the arcade.

Beach Day

Even if the beach is a drive away, spending a full day with each other is the ultimate goal of any date.

The car ride there and back is a perfect opportunity to jam out to your favorite songs. On the beach, you can soak up the sun and have a sand castle-building competition!

Shopping

It’s always fun to go shopping. But that doesn’t mean you have to just be looking for clothes or even buy anything.

Go to a car dealership and sit in all the fancy automobiles. Go to an outdoor furniture store and play on the children’s swing sets.

Talk in an accent to the attendants and pretend you’re from a different place!

Apple Picking/Pumpkin Picking

Every season has the perfect opportunity to go to a farm and pick some fresh fruit and vegetables.

Go pumpkin picking during the Halloween season or to a strawberry field in the spring. Walking through a field of apple trees makes for a romantic scene.

Attend a Sporting Event

Whether your go-to sport is basketball, football, baseball or soccer, there is bound to be a game in your area any time of year.

You can even attend each other’s sports game if either of you plays on a team. Cheering together or for one another is a fun way to bond.

Be sure to get a pretzel and soda for the full sporting event experience!

Fishing

Any activity you do together on a date will make the date fun. Fishing is a unique way to do something special on a date.

It is a totally uncommon date idea for those who love the outdoors. And for those that are just getting used to the outdoors, at least you’re with your date!

Hiking

Another outdoor activity is to go hiking! It doesn’t have to be an intense workout.

When I’ve gone on hikes, the view from the top of the mountain has always been my motivation. It’s even an opportunity to bring along a little picnic!

Buy an outfit for each other

Do you and your date have completely different styles? It would be so fun to go out together and pick an entirely new outfit for them.

Dress up your casual date in the fanciest clothes you can find. And dress down your date who is always dressed to impress.

Zoo

The zoo is an adorable and super fun date for teenagers. Where else can you see lions and monkeys and seals in the same place?

So many zoos have animals you may never have encountered before! It is also an educational place to learn about endangered species and how you can help.

Scavenger Hunt

This date involves a bit more planning than others. But going on a secret scavenger hunt for a date would be so cool and fun!

A scavenger hunt is like a treasure hunt where you follow clues that lead you to the treasure you’re trying to find.

It could be a secret location for a nice dinner or a gift from you to your date.

Setting up a scavenger hunt is simple: all you have to do is write a few clues and put them in place.

Escape Room

An escape room has all the fun of a scavenger hunt, but you don’t necessarily need to be the one planning out the course.

You can go to an escape room and work as a team with your date to escape! Or, there are escape room kits that you can order online.

Think like a detective and solve the mystery with your date!

Make Balloon Animals

A unique way to get creative on your date is to make balloon animals! It has always looked so complicated to try and make a dog balloon animal.

But when I did this with friends, it was actually pretty simple. You and your date can make each other one.

Karaoke

A classic date night idea comes directly from my favorite movie growing up. The ‘karaoke date’ between Troy and Gabriella from High School Musical has been one of my favorites.

Whether you and your date sing a duet or serenade each other, this date is sure to be a good time. No worries if you sound like a hyena when you sing.

You and your date will be having too much fun to stop and think.

Concert

I’m still waiting for the day I get to take my date to a Harry Styles concert. Concerts are a perfect date idea because music always brings people together.

Even if you and your date share a different music taste, it would be so fun to bring each other along to hear your favorite bands play.

There’s no better feeling than finally listening to your favorite song live with your favorite person next to you.

Go Thrifting

It’s become a big trend to go shopping at thrift stores. There are always so many hidden gems in thrift stores.

Whether you find a big t-shirt or funky sunglasses, thrift stores hold so many adventures.

Taking a piece of them with you and creating memories with your date is the perfect date for teenagers.

Comedy Show

Laughs are guaranteed when you take your date to a comedy show. It’s a nice way to lay back and have a relaxed evening.

Comedy shows are great because you and your date will have so much to talk about after. Did you like that one joke?

Did you not understand another? You never really know what you’re going to get from a comedy show, which adds to the pull.

Make Candles

Get creative and make your own candles! It’s surprisingly easy to make. All you need is wax, colored dye, and essential oils.

I made candles with my sister over the holidays and it was a super fun and unique activity. It would be so cute for you and your date to make candles for each other.

Use scents and colors that remind you of each other and name them for one another!

Make a Charcuterie Board

Half the fun of making a charcuterie board is planning what to put on it. Sure, you can go classic and make a cheese and meat board.

Or you can go off the walls and make a candy-themed board with Twizzlers and chocolate. Either way, making the board and eating it together is an adorable date for teenagers.

Related: 70 Cheap and Fun Date Ideas For Teens

Stay At Home Date Ideas

Painting

One of my favorite hobbies is painting or drawing. As fun as it is to do this by yourself, it’s even better when you can share the peaceful nature with a date.

You can attempt to paint each other, paint a landscape scene, or just paint whatever comes to mind. It’s a fun and easy activity to do at home.

Cook Dinner

Test your kitchen skills and challenge yourselves to cooking dinner. It can be a simple recipe like spaghetti and meatballs or a more complicated dish.

I’ve succeeded at making a paella but also failed at clam chowder. It’s always nice to have a backup plan in case things go awry.

Or someone gets creative and starts an impromptu food fight.

Finish a Puzzle

Puzzle’s are a fun way to spend time with your date at home. You can easily get a puzzle from your local craft store.

Or, you can order a personalized puzzle of a picture of you and your date! The possibilities are endless.

Whether it’s a puzzle that takes 1 hour or 5, it is sure to keep you and your date entertained.

Movie Marathon

There is nothing better than spending a lazy day watching your favorite movies. The one thing that matches that energy is spending it with your date.

Sharing my favorite movie series with a date is a big testament to our relationship.

I am a die-hard Marvel fan and watch those movies when I’m happy, sad, bored and everywhere in between.

My date better be able to keep up with all my theories and fun facts about each film.

Crafting

Doing crafts together is a wonderful date for teenagers. My favorite craft is making string bracelets.

Any craft store will also have crafts that you can paint—like you’re own pottery set, wooden picture frames, or birdhouses.

Crafting with your date is a cute way to have an at-home date.

Make Playlists for Each Other

Sharing your music taste with your date is an important aspect of your relationship.

Make your date a playlist of your favorite songs and music you think they would enjoy, and have them do the same.

You can spend time listening to each person’s selection and learn the words to new songs. Maybe you will have the same taste and be able to bond over the same bands.

If not, exposing yourself to music you wouldn’t have known otherwise is a plus.

Build a Fort

Embrace your inner child and build a pillow fort together. You can take the cushions out of your couch and set it up like a big cave.

Use blankets to make an extra comfortable floor to your fort. You can go the extra mile and set up lights in your fort for an elevated experience.

Make some popcorn and get a movie playing inside your fort!

Play Video Games

A date for teenagers does not need to be anything extravagant.

Some of the best dates you spend with your significant other are going to be when you’re just spending quality time together.

The time you get to kick back and share the little moments, like playing your favorite video games.

My favorite video game happens to be Just Dance, but the sentiment remains.

Tie-Dye Matching Shirts

A cute afternoon date for teenagers would be to tie-dye shirts together. Tie-dye is such a fun and classic activity.

Create cool designs by scrunching your shirts in different directions. Use your favorite colors to make a pattern.

After the stains set, you’ll have a cute new shirt! And one to match with your date.

Put on a Show

It can be easy to get bored at home. But one thing that’s never boring is putting on your own show.

Whether you put on a fashion show or a comedy show, the possibilities are endless. This is an easy and fun date for teenagers.

Build a House of Cards

All you need for this date is a deck of cards, and I’m sure many of us have some laying around our house.

I’ve never tried to build a specific structure with my house of cards. The easiest way to start your house of cards is the lean two cards into each other and slowly expand this out.

To make levels, lay cards on top of the maze. Then start building on top and you’ll create a house of cards!

Binge a New Show

Another cute date at home is to binge-watch a new show with your date! It’s fun to get invested in a series with someone.

You can watch each episode together and be able to discuss what you think may happen next.

This can either be a long-lasting activity or you can finish a season in a day, since so many limited series are only 6-8 episodes.

Have a Spa Day

Another fun at-home activity is to have a spa day! You can get creative by making your own face masks or buy some sheet masks from the store.

You and your date can take turns giving each other a back massage. Cut up some slices of cucumber to get the real spa feeling.

Bake a Dessert

Cookies, cakes, brownies, pies, and more. There are so many delicious desserts you and your date can bake together!

Whether making something from scratch or using a box, you and your date will love the final product.

It’s even fun when you decorate the final product together. I always loved icing cupcakes with different designs and patterns. Smashing a few in each others’ faces is also pretty adorable.

Create a Unique Handshake

While at home, a super cute date is to plan an intricate handshake! Inspired by the handshake from the Parent Trap movie, I’ve come up with so many handshakes.

Handshakes act as special greetings between you and your date.

Whether you make the handshake include something outrageous or just a simple action, the action itself is what’s special.

Final Thoughts on Dates for Teenagers

I cherish every moment spent in a relationship. As teenagers, you have to romanticize your life. Turn the small moments into meaningful ones.

Live in the moment. Just because you don’t call a specific day when you’re hanging out, a ‘date’ doesn’t mean you can’t make the day special.

When you do set aside the time for a real date, this comprehensive list is your go-to guide.

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80 Graduation Party Ideas – Ultimate 2022 Guide

Are you trying to plan for the most amazing graduation party of the year? Check out these best graduation party ideas for your party this year.

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Graduation, whether it be from high school or college, is an important moment in any student’s academic career. It is the culmination of all of their hard work, time, and effort. They have endured many sleepless nights studying for stressful exams and writing page after page for their final paper.

They have overcome the trials and tribulations that came with four years of school and earn the degree that they worked so hard to complete.

This is a significant moment for your graduate, the end of one journey and the beginning of another. Once all the pomp and circumstance that comes with graduating has come to a close, it is time to celebrate!

Gather your closest family and friends and have a party full of food, fun activities, and flashy decor. Parties and large gatherings are scarce nowadays, due to the Coronavirus pandemic, so when it is safe to have a party, you have to go all the way!

The decor, activities, and gifts have to be memorable so that this celebration can be perfect for your graduate. In this list of best graduation party ideas, we break down the ideal decorations, themes, and gifts for both high school and college graduations alike. 

Check out these 80 graduation party ideas!

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Graduation Party Decoration Ideas

1. Make Graduation Cupcake Toppers

 

 

The party doesn’t begin without dessert! These festive cupcake toppers will spice up any baked goods to suit your party! Here are some links to cupcake toppers on Amazon that will go perfectly with your graduation party. 

Make your own:

2. Blow Up Graduation Balloons

 

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Is a party really a party without balloons? These graduation balloons will do just the trick. Have a blast blowing up these balloons to liven up your party in a cute and inexpensive way. 

Do it yourself:

3. Set Up a Portable Speaker

 

 

Great parties require fun music to vibe to. With portable speakers, your party can blast catchy tunes from anywhere in your home, from outside on the patio to inside your dining room. 

Set it up yourself:

4. Put Up a Graduation Banner

 

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Let your neighbors know that a college graduate is in the house with a jovial graduation banner to hang right outside your front door. It could also serve as a sign to all party guests that this is where the fun is at! 

Put it up yourself:

5. Gather Champagne Glasses 

 

College graduation is an important adult accolade and you can celebrate this moment in an elegant, stylish way with some sleek champagne glasses

Get your own glasses:

6. Buy Graduation Photo Booth Props

 

Thinking of having a photo booth at your graduation party. Come prepared with graduation-themed photo booth props so that you and your friends could celebrate your achievements in style. 

Buy your own props:

7. Set Your Table with Graduation Plates and Napkins

 

Sometimes, all you need to take your graduation party to the next level is a high-spirited tableware set! They are disposable for easy cleanup and can be bought in a variety of designs. 

Set your own table:

8. Find Good Graduation Centerpieces

 

Bring your party table together with celebratory centerpieces! This decor can elevate the tastefulness of your event in an instant!

Find your own centerpieces:

9. Throw Graduation Confetti

 

It’s the little details that can truly bring your celebration together. Invest in graduation-themed confetti to elevate your graduation party in a major way. 

Get your own confetti:

10. Assemble a Graduation Card Box Holder

 

During this party, your graduate is going to be receiving a lot of gifts and cards from loving family and friends. Construct a graduation card box holder to keep these presents organized! 

Get your own graduation card box:

11. Hang a Party Backdrop

 

A good, attractive background is ideal for taking perfect graduation pictures. Find a lovely party backdrop and take as many photos as your heart desires! 

Create your own hanging backdrop:

12. Give Out Graduation Advice Cards

 

Following graduation, you are going to need a great deal of guidance in regards to the important decisions that you will be making. Use the wisdom of your party guests to your advance by encouraging them to fill out graduation advice cards to help you with your choices going forward. 

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13. Put on Graduation Water Bottle Stickers

 

Stay hydrated and on theme with your graduation party by putting adorable water bottle stickers to put on every drink. I personally love this unique idea because I am a habitual water drinker and if you are too, then these stickers are for you!

Get your own stickers:

14. Make Miniature Custom Hand Sanitizers

 

This idea is similar to that of the water bottle stickers, but this is better suited to the current Coronavirus pandemic. Giving your guests custom hand sanitizers as party favors is such a thoughtful idea!

Get your own:

15. Give the Graduate their Sash 

 

A beautiful graduation sash is an ideal accessory to have at a celebratory party. I think it is the perfect attire to wear when you will be posing for many, many pictures amongst family and friends.

Get your own:

16. Get Noisemakers 

 

It’s a party – time to make some noise! Noisemakers may become annoying after hearing them over and over again, but they are harmless fun for everyone. 

Get your own:

17. Have a Bowl Full of Themed Candies 

 

Graduation-themed candies are ideal for satisfying those with a sweet tooth at your graduation party. As a sweet tooth myself, I would gravitate toward a bowl full of these adorable candies in an instant!

Get your own:

18. Bring a Disposable Camera

 

These cameras may have gone slightly out of style since I was a kid, but I think they are perfectly suited for small celebrations and events! They are perfect for taking plenty of pictures with your loved ones at your graduation party.

Get your own cameras:

19. Hang a Disco Ball 

 

This decoration will most certainly make your party a memorable one. Disco balls weren’t reserved for the 70s – they make an appearance at your graduation party too!

Get your own:

20. Graduation Attire for the Pets 

 

If you have a pet, they need to get the graduation party spirit as well with a cute outfit. Best of luck trying to keep this adorable graduation cap on your dog’s head!

Get your own:

Related: 70 Best High School Graduation Gifts – The Complete 2022 Guide

Graduation Party Ideas Themes 

21. Show The Adventure That Awaits 

 

College graduation marks the beginning of a brand new adventure. Adopt a party theme that reflects the start of this journey with a celebration centered around travel and new experiences. 

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22. Traditional Black, White and Gold  

 

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A classic black and gold theme can make any party seem elegant and sophisticated. Transform your graduation party into a stylish event by adopting these two traditional colors into your theme.

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23. Doctor/Nurse Theme 

 

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This graduation theme is applicable for all medical professionals entering the workforce! As a friend of a few nurses who are graduating in the upcoming year, I recommended this adorable theme for their graduation party!

Make your own doctor theme:

24. Fiesta Theme

 

This theme is for graduates who like to celebrate Taco Tuesday every day. Having a “fiesta” theme for your graduation party is very unconventional, but you will most certainly stand out from the rest!

Create your own fiesta theme:

25. Dinosaur Theme

 

For all of the future paleontology graduates out there, this fun theme is for you! Give your graduation party a dinosaur theme for a memorable experience and plenty of unique stories to tell afterward!

Create your own dinosaur theme:

26. Nature Theme

 

The perfect theme for those graduates who love the outdoors. Give your party a wildlife theme to become one with nature.

Create your own nature theme:

27. Firefighter Theme

 

Becoming a firefighter is truly honorable. A selfless, hardworking profession. Celebrate your firefighter graduate with this cool theme

Create your own firefighter theme:

28. Basketball Theme

 

As a basketball player, being prepared and getting wins on the court is very important. Your basketball graduate can also get a win off the court if they prepare to throw a party with this awesome theme.

Create your own basketball theme:

29. Harry Potter Theme

 

Your graduate may not have received their letter from Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry yet, but that does not mean that they can have a graduation party styled in this awesome theme!

Create your own Harry Potter theme:

30. Friends Theme

 

Even though it has been off the air for over a decade, Friends is still a popular television show for teenagers and adults alike. If you graduate is a fan, this theme is perfect for them!

Create your own Friends theme:

31. Police Theme

 

Celebrate the induction of a brand new officer with this ideal theme! I personally think that the themed balloons are adorable and a must-have if you are going to throw this type of party.

Create your own police theme:

32. Casino Theme

 

Your graduate may not be able to travel to Vegas for their graduation party, but who says they can’t replicate the atmosphere at home with this fun theme!

Create your own casino theme:

33. Beauty School Theme

 

If you are becoming a beautician, you need to have a party that is as glamorous as your beauty skills. With this exquisite theme, your graduation party will be stylish and elegant just like you!

Create your own beauty school theme:

34. Baseball Theme

 

Baseball is one of the most time-honored traditional sports in history. Have an awesome party for your future baseball player with this awesome theme

Create your own baseball theme:

35. Veterinarian Theme

 

This theme is for all of the animal lovers out there, which includes me! Throw a lovely party full of pet-centered decorations that will absolutely impress your friends and family.

Create your own veterinarian theme:

36. Teacher Theme

 

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I personally believe that teachers are the backbone of our society and they deserve to be given the best celebration. This party decor is perfect for the graduate looking to become a school teacher one day.

Create your own teacher theme:

37. Chef Theme

 

Completing culinary school is an incredibly difficult task. Congratulate your future chef graduate with the perfect party theme!

Create your own chef theme:

38. Scientist Theme

 

Impress your fellow science majors with this unique theme for your graduation party. If you have any science nerds in your friend group, they are going to love this party theme!

Create your own scientist theme:

39. Artist Theme

 

A recently graduated art student needs to have a party with a theme that is as creative and thoughtful as they are. This graduation party idea is festive and fun!

Create your own artist theme:

40. Law Theme

 

Law school can be challenging and competitive! Your law graduate deserves a wonderful party to reward them for all the hard work that they have done.

Create your own law theme:

Related: 60 Amazing Graduation Party Ideas for Guys – The Complete 2022 Guide

Graduation Party Gift Ideas For Her

41. Graduation Mug

 

Memorialize your college graduate’s special moment with a cute coffee mug. It will become especially important with all of the coffee or tea they will be drinking when they get their full-time job!

Get your own:

42. Graduation Necklace

 

Your graduate deserves the best for all the trials and tribulations they had to face over the past four years. What better gift to give your graduate than a beautiful necklace that they will cherish forever?

Get your own:

43. Graduation Plush 

 

If your graduate is a lover of stuffed animals like me, then this gift is perfect for them! Give them an adorable graduation plush to brighten up their special day. 

Get your own:

44. Graduation Ornament

 

This gift is a perfect reminder for your graduate and their achievement every time they decorate for Christmas! Give them a beautiful ornament to adorn their tree.

 Get your own:

45. Graduation Keychain 

 

Here’s a little token to show your graduate how much you care! A graduation keychain serves as a great memento of their special moment. 

Get your own:

46. Graduation Pin

 

A graduation pin on a jacket or backpack would be incredibly adorable. Make your graduate’s day with this gift!

Get your own:

47. Graduation Candle 

 

Who doesn’t appreciate a well-made candle to brighten up the darkest of rooms? Give a graduation candle to your graduate and they will thank you tenfold!

Get your own:

48. Graduation Gift Box

 

Are you a bit confused as to what present to give your graduate? Here’s a gift box that provides a nice sample of gifts that your graduate will enjoy!

Get your own:

49. Graduation Notebook

 

If your graduate is planning on pursuing graduate school, then this gift is perfect for them! Give them a graduation notebook so that they can get a head start on their studies. 

Get your own:

50. Graduation Charm

 

What a cute and timeless gift that your graduate is bound to cherish. A graduation charm is a wonderful reminder of their special moment. 

Get your own:

Related: 11 Life-changing Books Nonfiction Books For College Students to Read Before Graduation

Encapsulate your graduate’s favorite moment from their final year of school with a beautifully themed frame. You might want to buy one for everyone in your family as well so that they can cherish this memory too!

Graduation Party Ideas For Him

51. Graduation Bracelet

 

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A piece of jewelry that your graduate will love! Give him a graduation bracelet that he will cherish forever. 

Get your own:

52. Graduation Socks 

 

Here’s an adorable graduation present for you! Grab a pair of graduation socks that your graduate is bound to enjoy. He may have procrastinated buying himself socks while in school because he wanted to use his money for other more exciting items. These socks may be just what he has needed for a long time!

Get your own socks:

53. Graduation Pocket Watch

 

This is a very thoughtful gift to give your graduate. A pocket watch is an old-fashioned present that exudes sophistication and class. 

Get your own:

54. Graduation T-Shirt

 

A piece of clothing may seem like an unusual graduation gift. However, a graduation-themed t-shirt is a stylish way of showing your graduate how much you care about them on their special day. 

Get your own:

55. Graduation Lamp

 

Here is a unique and useful gift! A graduation lamp is a perfect present for the goofball graduate in your life. 

Get your own:

56. Engraved Wallet Card

 

An engraved wallet card that is symbolic of your graduate’s special day is an excellent reminder of all that they have accomplished. 

Get your own:

57. Graduation Blanket

 

This may possibly be the coziest, comfiest, cutest present to give your graduate. A graduation blanket as a gift might be my favorite idea thus far. 

58. Graduation Paperweight

 

This gift is simple and straightforward, but very effective! A paperweight is perfect for the practical graduate! When he gets his first job out of college, he can use this paperweight to decorate his first official work desk!

Get your own:

59. Graduation Frame

 

Encapsulate your graduate’s favorite moment from their final year of school with a beautifully themed frame. You might want to buy one for everyone in your family as well so that they can cherish this memory too!

Get your own:

60. Graduation Wall Art

 

For those graduates who are moving out of their homes, a beautiful piece of wall decor would be the best gift for them. It reflects their proudest achievement and can liven up any room in their abode.

Get your own:

Related: The Best 45+ Graduation Gifts – The Complete 2022 Guide

High School Graduation Party Ideas 

61. Photo Clips with String Lights

 

What better way to celebrate the most memorable experiences you had at school than to hang your favorite pictures up at your graduation party? Use photo clips, accompanied by luminous string lights, to personalize your party!

Get your own:

62. Assemble a Charcuterie Board

Every party needs interesting appetizers to keep guests coming back for more and staying as long as they can. With an impressive cheese board, your graduation party will be given a sophisticated flair. 

Assemble your own:

63. Roll Out a Graduation Tablecloth

What better place to put oeuvres, drinks, plates, and napkins than on a festive tablecloth? A perfectly theme-appropriate tablecloth suits any graduation party nicely and adds to the atmosphere of the celebratory event! 

Get your own:

64. Play a Graduation Party Game

Test yourself on how well you know your most recent college graduate with graduation party games. This personalized trivia could liven up your graduation party in an inexpensive way. 

Get your own game:

65. Adorn Your House with Party Lights

Nothing brings out the festive mood of a party like properly-placed party lights. Illuminate your graduation party with a bunch of lights to show everyone that this is where the action is!

Get your own lights:

66. Glow Sticks

Is a party ever truly complete without glow sticks? They are suitable for every occasion, but especially for graduation parties set at night. 

Get your own:

67. Get Chalkboard Signs for Food

 

If you are planning to have a buffet for your party, then these chalkboard signs are a must! You can also save them and reuse them for your next celebration as well!

Get your own:

68. Invest in a Karaoke Microphone

 

The party never stops once someone breaks out the karaoke machine. Buy yourself a karaoke microphone to have a blast at your graduation party and other celebrations to follow. 

Get your own:

69. Make a Graduation Sign Poster

 

Want to treasure the memory of your graduation forever? Have your closest friends and family sign a graduation poster, so that you can cherish this moment with the thoughtful words of your loved ones. 

Make your own:

70. Put Up a Graduation Lawn Sign

 

A congratulatory sign provides perfect outdoor decor for your graduation party. Grab a few of them if you can, so you can adorn your lawn with as many signs as possible!

Get your own:

71. Give Your Graduate a Graduation Headband

 

This is an adorable accessory that your graduate is bound to enjoy and wear on their head for the entire party.

Get your own:

72. Blow Bubbles

 

Who says that blowing bubbles are only for kids? These bubbles will be plenty of fun for you, your friends, and the entire family!

Get your own:

73. Find Mesh Food Covers

 

Making sure that the food at your graduation party stays warm and fresh is of the utmost importance. With mesh covers to place over your food, the potential problem of food going cold is solved!

Get your own:

74. Hand Out Graduation Goodie Bags

 

To thank all of your party guests for attending your party, what you need is thoughtful party favors that will leave them thinking about your celebration long after it is over. Give out graduation goodie bags to show these guests your gratitude!

Get your own bags to hand out:

75. Get Your Grill Gear

 

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Getting good grill gear for your party is important, especially if you are graduating during the summertime. Guarantee a big barbeque at your graduation party with this useful kit!

Get your own grill gear:

76. Construct a Dessert Stand

An ideal display for scrumptious desserts! Assemble a delicious stand full of cakes, cupcakes, tarts, and other sweets for your party guests. 

Construct your own:

77. Give Out Individually Wrapped Snacks

 

Sometimes having big bowls of chips on your party table can be a little germy and the chips will eventually go stale. These mini bags are perfectly portioned snacks for you and your party guests to enjoy!

Get the snacks:

78. Distribute Individually Wrapped Silverware 

 

Nobody wants to be stuck washing the silverware after an awesome party. Keep your party table neat and organized with individually wrapped silverware to give to every guest.

Get the silverware:

79. Make Smores

 

Who doesn’t love making smores? Smores sticks are perfect for making sweet treats with your friends at your party. 

Get Smore sticks:

80. Assemble Artificial Flowers

 

What better way to beautify your house before a party than by adding lovely artificial flowers to your living room, dining room, or elsewhere? You might want to keep these up even after the party is over!

Get the supplies:

Last Thoughts

Graduation is only the beginning for many college students. Following the success of their academic career, they are presented with a variety of questions that require delicate answers.

Do they want to go to graduate school? Should they try applying for a full-time job or should they take some time off to focus on themselves? Are internships a possibility?

These are all stressful, time-consuming questions that a student has to be thinking about once they finish college. 

However, they do not have to be resolved right away. Graduates can enjoy the success of their academic achievements first and this begins with an amazing, memorable graduation party with the people that have supported them throughout their college journey.

Hopefully, these 80 graduation party ideas are only the start of your party planning activities!

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How to Make Friends in College – The Ultimate Guide on College Friendship

Are you having trouble making friends? We’ve got you covered! Check out these tips for making friends in college!

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This post is all about making friends in college.        

Making friends in college can have a significant impact on how your educational years will be. We rely on our friends to share fun experiences with us, to have our backs, to support us when we are at our lowest, and to help us to achieve the best version of ourselves.

The solidarity created between two friends is a bond that cannot be reciprocated. For example, it can be helpful to have a friend with you in a particularly difficult class, so you two can face the challenges of each tough lesson together.

Sometimes, making friends in college can be very easy. Two adults can bond over a variety of common interests after sharing a common environment like a part-time job or an extracurricular activity.

On the other hand, if you have an introverted personality like me, making friends can be a bit more difficult than you think. It takes a significant amount of practice or trial and error to sharpen up your conversational skills.

Making the first move by speaking to strangers can be very scary, but the possible result of a true friendship can be exceptionally rewarding.

It can also be incredibly helpful to make friends if you are an inept listener just let the extroverts do all the talking and focus on improving your listening skills.

If this person truly wants to be your friend, they will want to know more about you and ask questions about your life. This contributes to a healthy friendship dynamic that will stand the test of time.

In my list of thirty-five friendship tips that will help you make friends in college, you will learn that in order to make good friends, you cannot be afraid to put yourself out there and be motivated.

You have to be respectful of their boundaries and understand their flaws; in turn, they should treat you in the same respectful manner. However, do not feel like you should have to change yourself to fit their ideal image of you.

Stay true to yourself, and you will find individuals who will want to be friends with every single part of you, your skills, and your flaws.

These are words of advice that will help you maintain good friendships even after you graduate college and move on to bigger and better pursuits.

Though you and your friends may change, your friendship will remain the same as strong and adaptable as ever throughout all of the challenges of life.  

 

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1. Join extracurricular clubs

Most friendships are formed between people who share common interests.

If you join a club that you enjoy at your college, you would be surrounding yourself with people who share the same hobbies and pursuits as you.

And now you know exactly what to talk about. For example, if you’re really into theater, joining the drama club can help you meet a bunch of thespians who love theater just as much as you do. 

 

2. Get a part-time job

From my personal experience, the best place to make quick friendships is at work.

It requires a lot of cooperation and teamwork from your coworkers to make your jobs more bearable, and this is where bonds can form.

Additionally, it is through these kinds of jobs that you can make friends with the most unexpected people. If you share a lot in common with your coworkers and have good chemistry, nothing is stopping you from being friends outside of work.

 

3. Do not be afraid to initiate a conversation

For those looking to make new friends, it may be a little daunting to go up to strangers or acquaintances and start a conversation.

However, if you are hoping to make friends in college, sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands.

It does not take much to start a conversation. Begin with small talk such as “How are you?” or “What are you doing later?” This can open up a longer conversation. These small risks can pay off in a major way.

 

4. Practice makes perfect

If you are like me, an amateur conversationalist, you need to practice your conversational skills every day to improve your small talk.

Make conversation with your professors, classmates, coworkers, friends, family, and so on to really sharpen your conversational skills.

While it may seem awkward when you first start, it becomes second nature to you the more you continue to practice.

 

5. Learn to listen

If you are not a very talkative person, sometimes the best thing you can do to make friends is to let the extroverts do all the talking.

If you are responsive, ask questions, and engage with the extrovert, you will find a complementary friendship dynamic that works for the both of you.

Additionally, if this extrovert is a keeper, they will want to know more about you and ask you questions in response.

This is very effective for those who are shyer and more reluctant to speak. Work with your strengths: if talking is not your forte, learn to listen and be an engaging conversationalist.

 

6. Give compliments out like candy

Is there a better feeling than receiving a compliment from a stranger?

It confirms the positive thoughts we have about ourselves when we are given kind words from those we least expect, and we will have a good impression of people who compliment us if we see them again.

If you see someone and think, “Wow, their hair looks so good!” or “That shirt looks really good on them!” do not be afraid to voice your thoughts aloud.

The people we compliment will look kindly on us for being honest and speaking our opinion.

 

7. Use their name when speaking to them

If you are incredibly forgetful with names like me, then this tip is particularly important. How are you going to befriend someone without getting familiar with their name?

The best way to never forget their name is to work it into your conversations like “Have a nice day, __!” or “Thank you, ___!”

Furthermore, when you remember their name, the person subconsciously realizes that you are purposefully trying to prioritize them, and that is how they become aware that they are important to you.

 

8. Laughter is contagious

Reminding someone to laugh sounds like the most obvious suggestion in the world.

However, it is incredibly important that you do not forget to laugh when you are talking to a potential friend.

If they see you laughing at their jokes (or even laughing at the jokes you make), they will see you as an easy-going, humorous person. They will feel compelled to laugh too!

 

9. Maintain eye contact

If you are somebody like me, whose eyes tend to wander around when someone is speaking to you, I’m sure you have been asked, “Are you paying attention?” when making conversation with a friend.

This is because making eye contact is considered crucial to show someone that you are listening to them when they are talking to you.

Try your best to look them in the eyes when you are speaking with your friends so that they know that you are focused on their every word. 

 

10. Say “Hello” and “Goodbye

What it takes to make and maintain a friendship is through the small gestures you do. Sometimes the smallest of formalities can remind them of how polite and thoughtful you are.

For example, when you greet your friend, do not forget to say “Hello” or “How are you.” When you leave, tell them, “Bye” or “See you later” to show them that you are thinking about them as you depart.

At my job, I have a coworker who says goodbye to everyone before she leaves. I strive to emulate her thoughtfulness and kindness, and you should too.

Related: Friendship Goals – The Ultimate Guide on Building Strong Friendships

11. Remember details from past conversations

Friends need small indicators to know that you truly care about them. This includes showing how you have been paying attention to what they say, how they behave, their likes/dislikes, their wants/needs, and so on.

Furthermore, you can recall details from past conversations. For instance, if your friend is asking for your opinion on what color of shirt they should wear, you could respond with “How about ___? That’s your favorite color, right?” Or, perhaps on your friend’s birthday, you could wish them well.

They will appreciate that you are thinking about them!

 

12. Use the Internet to your advantage

Social media has made a significant impact on keeping friendships because you are given constant reminders of what is going on in their lives.

You can use these tools as an opportunity to keep in touch with these friends and show them that you are thinking of them by commenting on their posts.

Additionally, you can also use social media to make friends in college.

Though I have never had online friends myself, I have heard stories of people making online friendships and then becoming so close with their long-distance friends that they meet in real life. 

 

13. Put effort into these friendships

It is scary to put yourself out there, especially if you are concerned that your feelings toward your friend are not mutual, that you care more about this individual than they care about you.

However, you cannot hope to deepen your friendship without putting in the work. Don’t be afraid of initiating conversations or doing good deeds while expecting something in return.

For example, get them a small present for Christmas, regardless of if they are getting a present for you. In some cases, it may feel like you’re doing too much, and those friendships are not worth keeping. Prioritize the ones that do matter and put in the effort.

 

14. Refrain from gossip

Gossiping can be fun, but it is also a nasty habit when it comes to maintaining a friendship.

Nobody likes being talked about in a disrespectful manner, especially when the people spreading rumors and secrets about you are your own friend.

It can be very difficult to keep friends if you are constantly talking about them behind their back.

You should only say nice comments about your friends when they are not there because if you say rude remarks, they will find out eventually and be very upset. Cut gossip out of your life for good and put your friends first. 

 

15. Be open-minded

Any two adults, with a few exceptions, have the potential to be friends if they give one another a chance. If you can bond over one subject and have the same demeanor, you do not need to have much in common.

For example, I am still friends with my sixty-five-year-old troop leader from when I did Girl Scouts many years ago.

We only have one thing in common throughout the years our participation in Girl Scouts but because we are both humorous and go with the flow, we get along really well together and have remained good friends.

Don’t let superficial barriers such as age stand in the way of you making friends in college or in life.

 

16. Loyalty is important

Trustworthiness is the most vital quality to have in a friend. It is essential that you have your friends’ back when they need your support, through thick and thin.

There are exceptions do not be so loyal to your friends that you compromise your values, morals, or beliefs.

However, you should generally stick by your friend when they need you most. Then, if you ever need support or a helping hand, your friends will have your back as well.

 

17. Do not forget to keep in touch

If you don’t talk to or see your friend, your friendship will eventually fade away, and you will become strangers once again. This can happen after college graduation, where friends go their separate ways to pursue different walks of life.

To keep your friendship strong, try to send your friend a text every once and a while to show them that you are still thinking about them.

You can also attempt to make plans to meet up, no matter how far in the future it may be, to keep them as constants of your life.

 

18. Compromise

You and your potential friend are not going to agree on the same ideas all the time. You are two separate people with different backgrounds and diverse personality traits.

What makes a friendship stand the test of time is compromise. For example, if your friend wants to play laser tag and you want to watch a movie, both of you should try to compromise.

You can do the other’s idea next time. Additionally, your friend should be open to compromise as well to keep the friendship fair and balanced.

 

19. Appreciate the little moments

It is hard to stay in touch with friends in college because once you graduate, life can become so hectic, and oftentimes, schedules do not match up.

Sometimes the only time you can see a friend is nine in the morning on a Sunday for two hours because that is the only chance you have to spend time with them for the next few weeks.

Take this small amount of time and cherish it. Every little moment spent together makes a big difference in keeping the friendship alive.

 

20. Explore new things together

What keeps a friendship fresh and exciting is having new experiences with one another.

For example, you both could go to a pottery class or try hang gliding. Perhaps you could bake a new pie together.

When you explore new things with your friends, you are preventing the friendship from becoming too mundane or predictable.

Related: 30 Long Distance Friendship Gifts To Express Your Gratitude

21. Wish them well on the holidays

The holidays particularly the three succeeding months full of Halloween, Thanksgiving, and Christmas can be some of the best times of the year.

However, there are some people that have more difficulties enjoying the holiday season than others.

Some have nowhere to go and no one to spend these holidays with. If you learn about a college friend who has nothing going on during the holidays, do not refrain from inviting them to any celebrations or parties that you may have.

I always make sure my friends are spending their holidays with their loved ones. If your friend has no plans going on and seems to be upset about this, make sure that they know they always have a place in your home. 

 

22. Be introspective

Self-improvement is crucial to maintain friendships that have evolved over time. You have to look inside yourself to become a better friend, especially as you mature and grow.

For example, I have become a better listener since my days as a fourteen-year-old. I still have friends from when I was that age because I have grown and changed with these people. Now, we are the best version of ourselves.

23. Give one another space

Nobody likes to feel like they are being overwhelmed, whether it is by their family, friends, or peers. As an introvert, I know how important alone time is to strengthen a friendship.

Friends do not have to talk every single day; I don’t talk to my best friends every day because I know we would eventually run out of things to talk about. You and your friend need time to yourselves, and it is perfectly okay to take breaks.

 

24. Stay true to yourself

Do not change yourself to fit someone else’s blueprint. If you are looking to befriend a particular person, you should not have to feel like you have to look or act a certain way to appeal to them and meet their standards.

If they are a good friend, they will like you for who you truly are, and that includes everything about you. You have to find friends who suit you, not the other way around. 

 

25. Be understanding of their flaws

Friends aren’t perfect. They can be impulsive, stubborn, flakey, easily irritated, and so on. That does not make them bad people it just means they have flaws like you and me. For example, I have a very indecisive friend.

It can be frustrating making plans with them because they have difficulty making decisions. What you have to do is adapt to best suit their most frustrating quality.

When I am meeting with my indecisive friend, I take charge so that they don’t have to make any tough decisions, and this works out for both of us.

 

 

26. Respect their boundaries

Everyone has boundaries. Even the closest of friends in college have something that they are not entirely comfortable with sharing, or they have subjects they do not want to talk about.

For example, I do not like it when anybody goes through my phone, even when it is a very close friend of mine, and I have nothing to hide on my device. This is a boundary that I have set for myself that I do not let anybody cross, and my friends respect this.

To be a good friend, you have to learn and respect people’s boundaries and set some of your own to maintain a healthy relationship together.

 

27. Be willing to open up when you are ready

With a bit of time and a lot of trust, you can strengthen your bond with your friends. When you feel like you have a genuine companion in your life, do not be afraid to confide in them.

If you are like me, it can be difficult to voice your thoughts and feelings. However, if a friend wants to get closer to you and you feel comfortable enough to share your secrets and confessions with them, do not hesitate to put your trust in their hands.

 

28. Look out for them

A good friend always has their friends’ back, especially during their most vulnerable moments. If you spot your friend in an unfamiliar situation that makes you feel uncomfortable, keep an eye out for them.

They could be hanging out with strangers or partying too hard, and they are unaware of the potential harmfulness of their environment. I am not suggesting that you should act as their babysitter just keep one eye open for any suspicious activity that could hurt you or your friend.

Remember the Golden Rule: do unto others as you would have them do unto you. If you look out for your friend, they will treat you with the same regard.

 

29. Encourage them to be their best selves

Whenever you are about to begin something new, start down a new path, join a new activity, or so on, encouragement from your peers can provide you with a major motivational boost.

That is why encouraging your friends to try new things, check out new places, and be the best versions of themselves is so important. They need your support and reassurance, and they will provide you with the same help when you find yourself in a similar situation.

 

30. Be honest

As stated in the previous tip, people need encouragement, support, and reassurance from their friends when exploring new ventures.

Friends are also given the difficult task of delivering the hard truth to their friends when they need it most.

For example, if a friend asks for your opinion about their outfit, and you are not a fan of it, tell them that it is not your style, but you’re happy with their look if they are. The key is not to be mean but true to yourself. Your friend should appreciate your honesty.

Related: 120 Friendship Quotes to Show Affection to Your Dear Friends

31. Sometimes silence is satisfactory

When you are with friends, it may seem appropriate to keep talking all the time to keep their attention and prevent them from getting bored with you.

However, sometimes it is okay to settle down and reach a comfortable silence when the conversation reaches a lull.

You don’t have to entertain them with every joke or story you tell them. Sometimes a mutual moment of calm is necessary and needed.

 

32. Do not judge

Friends come in all shapes and sizes. It is good to remind yourself that just because somebody does not behave like you or make the same choices that you do does mean that they are less valid.

If someone judges you for the friends you have, ignore their comments. If you do not judge your friends, they will not judge you. You and your friends can form a bond of trust through acceptance of their differences.

 

33. Prioritize them when tension/disaster arises

Life is full of sticky situations. It is difficult to make it through life without friends having your back.

If a conflict arises where you have to choose between your friend and another concern, make your friend the number one priority.

If they are in desperate need of your help, you cannot delay. You need to support your friend when they need it most.

 

34. When the time comes, tell them you love them

Love is the foundation for the strongest relationships that we will ever have. You can love your friends just as much as you love your family, perhaps even more so. If you feel this way about your friends, do not be afraid to let them know!

This can be very difficult, as it can be hard to admit your true feelings for them, but if you know that you can trust them, take the risk. If they love you as well, they will reciprocate your affections and appreciate your openness and honesty.

 

35. If things don’t work out, that’s okay

Every once in a while, you may find someone that you have a lot in common with, but you just don’t have the chemistry or the time to make things work.

This situation is more common than you would think, and it is perfectly okay to let friendships fade.

For example, I have met friends in college who have stayed with me through all three years, and I have met friends that have only lasted a semester, and we stopped talking once our class was over. It is absolutely normal for friendships to pass: do not be discouraged if this happens.

 

 Final Thoughts

With these friendship tips, you can easily learn how to make friends in college. It takes thought, effort, and trust, but if you are willing to put yourself out there, you will be rewarded tenfold.

You will experience all different kinds of friendship in college. Some friends only last a semester; when the class is over, you two will run out of subjects to talk about and go your separate ways. This situation is perfectly okay and completely natural. Some friends stick around all throughout college.

They have fun with you and provide you with comfort as you overcome your daily challenges. However, once you graduate college, these friends become acquaintances. You meet them every once in a while, and you see their posts on social media, but they do not compare to your closest friends.

These select individuals are the ones who you love dearly, open up to, and confide in. Friends like these are once-in-a-lifetime people who you cherish and treat like family. Not every friend you meet, whether in college or in life, has to be these kinds of people. Do not force a friendship with every person you meet.

Do not change your appearance or behavior to impress your friends because you are not being honest with them or yourself. Just remember to stay true to yourself, and you will eventually meet people who best suit you. It takes time and hard work, but the fruits of your labor will be successful.

With these friendship tips, you can make all different kinds of buddies in college from class pals to forever friends.

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100+ Best Flirty Pick Up Lines For Her

Are you trying to get a girl’s attention? Are you having trouble thinking or things to say to her? Check out these best flirty pick up lines for her.

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Are you interested in a new girl? Are you trying to get her attention but are not quite sure how to do so? Are you trying to find a pick up line to use but not quite sure where to start?

You may be looking for some flirty pick up lines.

Maybe you want some cheesy pick up lines, funny pick up lines, cute ones, etc. No matter what type of pick up line you are looking for, you have come to the right place. 

In this article, I am going to provide you with a list of over 100 of the best flirty pick up lines to use. Hopefully, at least one of these pick up lines will work best for who you are interested in.

Or, at the very least, help inspire some pick up lines of your own. 

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Best Pick Up Lines for Her

1. I think there is something wrong with my eyes: I can’t take them off of you. 

2. I need to cross the street. Would you mind holding my hand? 

3. Are you as beautiful on the inside as you are on the outside?

4. I think I need a map: I keep getting lost in your eyes.

5. I knew love at first sight was real when I saw you.

6. I would fall for you even in zero gravity.

7. If you were a song, you would be my favorite track.

8. The sparkle is so bright in your eyes–the sun is jealous.

9. I just won hide and seek because I found you.

10. Your beauty makes me appreciate being able to see.

11. Looking at you made me forget my pick up line.

12. If you were a triangle, you would be an acute one.

13. You looked familiar, but then I remembered I had only seen you in my dreams.

14. I am no photographer, but I can picture you and me together.

15. Feel my shirt; it is made of boyfriend material.

16. I am going to call you Google because you are everything I am searching for.

17. Can I follow you? I was told to follow my dreams.

18. Can I be the Romeo to your Juliet?

19. I just checked the crystal ball, and it says you are in my future.

20. So what do you do besides take my breath away? 

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21. You got your first wish granted: I am here. What are your other two wishes? 

22. I am studying history. Today I am learning about our date. 

23. You like raisins? Then how do you feel about dates? 

24. Do you have a name, or can I call you mine? 

25. You must be a Klondike Bar because I would do anything to get you.

26. Are you a parking ticket because you have fine written all over you.

27. Good thing I brought my library card because I am checking you out.

28. Can I borrow a kiss? I promise to give it back.

29. Is it hot in here or is it just you?

30. Did you see what was on the menu? Me-n-U.

31. Do you know what time it is? I want to remember the exact minute I first saw you.

32. They say nothing lasts forever, will you be my nothing? 

33. I am an organ donor, and I will start by giving you my heart.

34. There is something wrong with my phone: it doesn’t have your number in it.

35. I have forks and knives; all I need is a little spoon.

36. Let’s commit the perfect crime–you steal my heart, and I will steal yours. 

37. Was that a cannon firing, or just my heart pounding? 

38. I think I lost my phone, can you call it? 

39. Four plus four equals eight, but you plus me equals fate.

40. Your lips look lonely, would they like to meet mine? 

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Cheesy Pick Up Lines For Her

41. If I could rearrange the alphabet, I would put U and I together.

42. Did you just come out of the oven? Because you are hot.

43. Are you a loan? Because you sure have my interest.

44. Are you a broom? Because you swept me off my feet.

45. You’re so sweet that you are giving me a toothache.

46. If you were a vegetable, you would be a cute-cumber.

47. Do you have a band-aid? I scraped my knees falling for you.

48. If you were a fruit, you would be a fineapple.

49. I just learned that happiness does not start with an ‘h,’ it starts with ‘u.’

50. If you were a transformer, you would be Optimus Fine.

51. Do you like Star Wars? Because yoda the only one for me.

52. You look familiar? Didn’t we have chemistry together?

53. Do you believe in love at first sight, or should I walk past again?

54. There is just one thing I want to change: your last name.

55. How was heaven when you left?

56. I must be in a museum because you are a work of art.

57. You better tie your shoes; I do not want you falling for anyone else.

58. Are you a keyboard? Because you are just my type.

59. Are you from Tennessee? Because you are the only ten-I-see.

60. If loving me is wrong, you do not want to be right.

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61. Sweetness is my weakness.

62. Would you touch my hand so I can tell my friends I was touched by an angel?

63. You must be a broom because you swept me off my feet.

64. Is this the Hogwart’s express? Because it feels like you and I are heading somewhere magical.

65. How does it feel to be the most beautiful girl in the room?

66. Does your watch have a second hand? I want to know how long it took me to fall in love with you.

67. Can I take your picture? I want to show Santa what I want for Christmas.

68. I was going to buy a drink, but I got distracted by you.

69. I’m sorry, were you talking to me? No? Well, then please start.

70. You are like fine wine. The more I drink in, the better I feel.

71. I am horrible at math, but I do care about one number: yours.

72. Someone pinch me–you are too cute that I must be dreaming.

73. Are we flying? Because you seem Wright for me.

74. Are you the package I ordered, because I have been waiting for you all day?

75. If I were a cat, I would spend all of my nine lives with you.

76. I need sunglasses–your smile is blinding me.

77. We are like socks: we make a great pair.

78. You just proved that aliens exist because you abducted my heart.

79. Do you have a couple of minutes for me to hit on you? 

80. Let’s play a game. I win, you take me out; if you win, I take you out.

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81. If you were a burger at McDonald’s, you would be a McGorgeous.

82. I’m good at algebra. I can replace your X, and you wouldn’t need to figure out Y.

83. Was your Dad a boxer? Because you are a knockout.

84. I think you are suffering from a lack of vitamin me.

85. Life without you would be like a broken pencil: pointless.

86. If I were a booger, would you pick me?

87. Call me Shrek because I am head ogre heels for you.

88. You are hotter than the bottom of my laptop.

89. Are you a goldfish? Because you are a snack that smiles back.

90. You’re so gneiss, I would never take you for granite.

91. Are you Franklin D. Roosevelt? Because you are a dime.

92. Are you made of copper? Because I Cu with me.

93. Are you my appendix? Because there is this feeling in my stomach that makes me want to take you out.

94. You are sweeter than 3.14.

95. Are you French? Because Eiffel for you.

96. Do you like coffee? Because I like you a latte.

97. Are you a cat? Because I feline a connection between us.

98. Did you swallow magnets? Because you are attractive. 

99. My name is Microsoft, can I crash at your place tonight? 

100. Your middle name must be Gillette, because you are the best a man can get. 

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Cute Pick Up Lines For Her

101. Forget hydrogen, you are the number one element in my life. 

102. Your eyes are like the ocean. I could swim in them all day.

103. Kiss me if I am wrong, but the Earth is flat, right? 

104. When I text you goodnight later, what phone number should I use? 

105. I am not a hoarder, but I want to keep you forever. 

106. You’re so cute that it’s distracting.

107. Is your name WIFI? Because I am really feeling a connection.

108. I’m fighting the urge to make you the happiest woman on Earth tonight.

109. How come you are not on top of a Christmas tree? That is where angels belong. 

110. I am new in town. Can you give me directions to your heart? 

111. I need a dictionary, because since I saw you, I have run out of words. 

112. You may want to keep your distance–I may fall for you. 

113. Are you an interior designer? Because you made this room more beautiful. 

114. I do not want to use some cheesy pick up line, so can I buy you a drink? 

115. You know what is beautiful? Read the first word.

116. Tonight I am wearing the smile you gave me. 

117. If you were a potato, you would be a sweet one. 

118. If kisses were snowflakes, I would send you a blizzard. 

119. You should never play hide-and-seek. Finding someone like you would be impossible. 

120. I know someone who likes you, but I am too shy to tell you who. 

Final Thoughts

Whether you are looking for cheesy pick up lines or funny pick up lines, this list has the pick up line that will catch the attention of the girl you are trying to attract.

This list of the best flirty pick up lines has something for everyone. It has a line for every situation, no matter what pick up line you are trying to find. This list has some of the best pick up lines on it.

Now, of course, not every single pick-up line is on the list, but this is a great place to start. 

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