Your New Years Eve date requirements

Get ready for your New Years eve date! For those of you planning on going out with your SO, what date requirements must they fulfill?

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  They must have a pulse (lonely?) Vote
25% voted this
  Their own car and the ability to pick you up (no mothers allowed) Vote
  Well dressed, groomed and presentable Vote
25% voted this
  Something entertaining to do (clubbing, movies, etc) Vote
25% voted this
  Sober (no drugs or alcohol) Vote
12.5% voted this
  Opposite of the above (drugs and/or alcohol required) Vote
  Other (leave a comment) Vote
12.5% voted this
Total Votes: 8


Most of all I believe the greatest requirement is mind set, the two parties should have agreeable mindsets so all their discussions can have a free flow, their must be communication between the two parties, love must exist.
Posted by Jeshurun on 12-29-2016
Since I place a lot of importance on one's character, I think that it is important to have someone who is sober and who does not drink or take any drugs. This shows a great deal about a person. I would never do well with someone who relies on substances, because that often shows that that person is all about partying and clubbing and such kind of lifestyle that does not suit me at all.
Posted by sspi on 12-30-2016
There was a time when drinking was an essential part of my new year's eve celebration. If my company did not drink, I thought her to be very boring. However, these days, I don't drink, therefore, I don't want to hang out with a person who drinks. I will avoid dating a persom who drinks, smokes or do drugs.
Posted by vinaya on 09-07-2017
I don't really concern myself with having a New Years even date or not. For some people it's a yearly thing - and they feel socially out-casted without one. In my case, when I do have a New Years even date she must be dressed and groomed well. I don't have INSANE standards, i.e. one of her blouse sleeves has a speck of lint on it or her shoes aren't shiny, department store brand new. But she should be presentable and then some. However, so should I. Otherwise there's no balance. I don't mind a woman who drinks but drugs is a huge red flag and no-no for me. I don't want to spend New Years Eve in the emergency room or - worse.
Posted by NickJ on 11-12-2017
In my opinion, the person has to be presentable and make an effort to be with me and follow my lead. If I am a girl that's trying to be bossy and run the show then I most definitely won't be with her for very long. So bottom line is compliance
Posted by Marvadaum on 11-13-2017
For a new years Eve date requirements, all that is required is just a simple nice dressing with a nice perfume, as simple as that.
Posted by babyright on 11-14-2017
I like your comment because I feel like some people might be too demanding with their New Year's eve requirements. After all, it's just another day. I know that we will enter a New Year but still, I believe that simple is the best so the other person can feel fully comfortable.
Posted by Mehano on 11-26-2017
I have been in a long relationship now. We live together and have been partners for years so we don't really do New Year's Eve dates anymore but we rather meet up with our family and friends to celebrate it together. What are the requirements? Honestly, I don't have any because I trust my partner to know how to dress properly, to wear a perfume, and more. I don't mind if he has a glass or two of alcohol but he very rarely drinks.
Posted by Mehano on 11-26-2017
I have to be attracted to them. I don't believe in just dating anyone with a pulse. My date has to be progressive and intellectually stimulating. Everything starts with the mind. Once the mind is captured everything will flow from there. I love the feeling you get when you are in good company. I don't like backward people and people who don't use the brains God gave them. Looks are not very important to me so long as the person looks after themselves. Personality is important. The person also has to know how to dance and have fun.I agree with @mehano the person has to smell nice. This is definitely a deal breaker!
Posted by jaymish on 11-27-2017
My husband is the only date I'd want. We always have fun no matter what we're doing.

When I was dating, I would have wanted someone responsible (that wouldn't drink and get behind the wheel, etc.). Someone respectful and good, but also someone who knows how to have a good time. I wouldn't want to do New Year's with someone I had never met before.
Posted by Zyni on 12-01-2017
Yea, spending my time my hubby is the way I know about.I wish we could just have it indoors, just lit some candles, make the room as warm and cozy as possible but my hubby is the outgoing type and is talking about checking out well, whatever comes and suit us best we will go with the flow.All that we need is a nice time together.
Posted by lovely on 12-12-2017
It's fun to spend your time with your special someone.

For first dates, it's important we know each other well. Nothing too personal. Just that we understand who one another is in a meaningful way. But for future dates, they have to well-dressed and genuinely excited for our plans. They should be ready and attentive because we'll be talking about our interests. Like past life experiences and plans for the future. Just be ready and be at your best.
Posted by Steve5 on 02-03-2018