double-date


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go out on a date with a partner and another couple

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Illustrating Stephen Stills' maxim "If you can't be with the one you love, honey, love the one you're with," Tennessee mumblecore helmer Kentucker Audley's third feature, "Open Five," explores the frailty of romantic relationships and the strength of open-endedness on a double-date tour of Memphis.
When Sylvie, who already feels immature for her age, befriends Miranda, a gregarious, confident classmate, and goes on a double-date with her, Carl, and Carl's new friend, Paul, emotions run high as Sylvie comes to terms with the fact that Carl may never feel as strongly for her as she feels for him.
"Gus and I used to double-date," ASU Coach STEVE ROBERTS said of his former teammate at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia.
Melissa is hot after Mike's body "anytime anywhere any place" and after she and Doug set up a surprise real life double-date with Mike and Karen Melissa tries to seduce Mike in the men's room of the upscale Italian eatery Palermo's in San Jose.
According to actor John Carlyle, a Willson client, he and his boyfriend used to double-date with Rock and Phyllis on various weekend trips to Palm Springs, Calif., before they married in 1955.
The couple from Kingsley Close, East Stanley, County Durham, met on a double-date at the town's Palais de Dance, when Bill was 17 and Doreen 16, and began courting a month later.
Philippa said: "I'm not sure how much we plan to collect in total, but hopefully the auction for our double-date will help to increase the overall amount."