double datenoun

  • jaダブルデート
  • ena date in which two couples participate or go together

Examples

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It's a tough one, 'cause I love...
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I love 'em all.
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I'm going Ellen. Ellen and Portia.
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Double date.
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What's up, girls?
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Oh, come on. There's gotta be someone you sort of like.
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Just a little.
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I don't know. I just guess I haven't really thought about it.
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Well, think about it.
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And then maybe we can all go to homecoming together.
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Like a double date thing.
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- Hey! I'm Adair Curtis!
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- And I'm his husband, Jason Bolden.
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- And we're going on a blind double date
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with "Queer Eye's" Tan France and his husband, Rob,
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who we're meeting for the first time.
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All the cool kids showed up like two hours late,
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and we just ended up having a lovely dinner together.
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It was amazing.
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We had like a double date prior to the birthday party,
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because nobody showed up till 9:00 PM.
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Mute
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If you could go on a double-date with any couple, living or dead, who would it be?
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Oh, Rob Marshall and John Deluca.