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Old 08-16-2012, 08:47 PM   #1
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What to bring to a picnic?

What things should I bring to a picnic with my girlfriend? Any advice please
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-Some sort of fluids: bring extra water. You can make an iced tea or lemonade as well.
-Sandwiches are easy to make. Just go to your local deli/bakery and buy some good stuff. If you're very lazy, Whole Foods has a variety of good sandwiches.
-Fruits: wash some grapes or strawberries.
-Cheese: Brie or whatever you prefer. How can you not like brie!?
-Smoked salmon
-Easy to eat stuff.

-Sometimes, I'll bring some wine. Depending on where you picnic, you may want to be more discreet about this.

Oh, and don't forget to bring your girlfriend.
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Don't forget a blanket and buy a nice picnic basket that has the cutlery plates and win glasses so you can have a nice glass and each, some have a nice cheese kit as well. They make backpack style ones with a built in cooler so u can't even tell it's a picnic basket.

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Music, Luther Vandross to get her in the mood for some outdoor lovin'
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sandwiches are great for a real picnic but I find they are not very romantic and you eat too quickly. Then you have nothing to do. Cheese and wine is always nice to make your picnic long and enjoyable.
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