And if it goes well, pick a book for him to read and have him pick one for you. Find something to refurbish, and meet later to do it together. Even if you don't follow through on drinks, you'll still have a new '80s windbreaker or pair of mom jeans.
Besides all the browsing, antique shopping comes with a built-in second date. Go to a thrift store and pick outfits to wear out for a drink. There's no better way to bond than shooting your way through House of the Living Dead.
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She says the parties were arranged by former director of basketball operations and graduate assistant Andre Mc Gee, who is also a former player at the school.
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