What’s the Most Unusual Place You Have Ever Gone on a Date?

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Share your story with the Modern Love Podcast, and you may be featured in a future episode.

Have you ever been on a date in a bizarre or unexpected location? Maybe you crossed the Atlantic Ocean together on a cargo ship. Or perhaps you wound up on the side of a mountain. Or a restaurant after hours.

The Modern Love Podcast wants to hear about your unconventional date spot. What led you there, who were you with, and what made it memorable?

By sharing your story, you are agreeing to be governed by The New York Times’s reader submission terms and agreeing that we may use and allow others to use your name, voice and message.

There are two different ways you can share your story:

1) Leave us a voice mail message at (212) 589-8962.

2) Record yourself on your phone and send the file to [email protected].


Start by introducing yourself and telling us where you live. Then tell us about your unexpected date spot and the story behind it. Leave us your phone number at the end in case we want to call you back.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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