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Poll From: 12/17/2013

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Have you ever been on a group date? Submitted By JTMoney, TX
Yes.
No.
I've never been on a date.
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righteousjackass
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 liked this  
I went a group date and for my girlfriend and I both were not impressed our dates and so both ditch them the at the event that we attended a Rolling Stones concert in Frankfurt Germany that had started an hour or so after an earthquake when we were drinking at bar before the journey to see the Stones!!!Our dates found seating somewhere in the back roll!!!Luckily I found out that the guy I was with married and cheating on his wife!!! My girlfriend who recall was fellow aircrew buddy of mine date who was as into cheating ! I hook with a group drug crazed dutch guys who had a spot for me in the very front roll and thru out the concert .!I was inform that the earthquake that happen prior to concert was a solid 5 level on the scale!!!!Sympathy for the Devil and 2 thousand light years from home played back to back and IT IS TRAGIC THAT THE PERFORMANCE SEEM TO DOCUMENTED IN FILM for it it was 1000000000% better than the film footage of Barcelona's event on that voodoo lounge tour,
easysailing
on 12/17/13
TheWolfCub and 2 others liked this  
What???...You sound like a righteous jackass.
ugotaids47
on 12/18/13
can't use proper grammar either...
TheWolfCub
on 01/01/14
Seems like those dutch guys were sharing their drugs to me........
TheWolfCub
on 01/01/14
Group date that is like a party basically?? LOL or do they mean like a couples date type thing where 3 couples go out somewhere?? Otherwise 6+ people who maybe don't know one another or all know one person getting together that is a party ? lol
SM1969
on 12/27/13
That is how I started out dating. The only way it was allowed.
ophelia583
on 12/27/13
Yes
vickimill59
on 12/18/13
Does a threesome count?
Pooke12a
on 12/19/13
I would say it would be a small group lol
smokethzy
on 12/18/13
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casperswifey716
on 12/18/13
Group dates can be fun but alone with my husband on a sing date is the most fun and so romantic
tamilselvan
on 12/18/13
hi
Tatorboy
on 12/18/13
It was fun no pressure
MzLatina
on 12/18/13
cant even rememebr if i ever went on a group date.that sounds wierd
Mbkrem
on 12/18/13
It was a good way to make friends, but a total nightmare for anything non-platonic.
angelcowgirl
on 12/18/13
Double dates are really fun because you can make new friends, learn new people, and get together with a special someone without your parents getting suspicious!!!
angelcowgirl
on 12/18/13
I meant meet new people. Oopsie daisy
ugotaids47
on 12/18/13
i honestly couldn't stand be single but im happy with my fiance (:
DrTransition
on 12/18/13
swaguser53372642 liked this  
The date occured ages ago and went fairly well, but that was back in the day, and I'll leave it at that....
SkeIeton
on 12/17/13
The only date I've ever been on was a disaster but I definitely wish I could double date. They seem like so much fun!
mfremming
on 12/17/13
JaguarXing liked this  
Did you wear your skeleton mask?
JaguarXing
on 12/17/13
You, sir, are presented with the Jaggy Award. Carry on.
Sfremming
on 12/18/13
Doosh.
CDuncan0124
on 12/18/13
yes
dmridley51
on 12/17/13
What's a date? been out that of that field for long time.If I was ten years younger, I might think about dating again.
SurveyNinjress
on 12/17/13
lovemissme and 2 others liked this  
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on 12/17/13
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Mythingything
on 12/17/13
.....
SayWHATdude
on 12/17/13
MissBrookeBamBam and 2 others liked this  
Nope! I'm proud to say that I've never been on any date, group or individual. I'm not someone anyone wants, anyway. And I'm way too independent. So yeah, single forever! :D <3 Life is good!

#beingindependentFTW
dmridley51
on 12/17/13
you said no one wants you or is it you don't want anyone? My mother always said there is a Jack for every Jill and or a Jill for every Jack.
Genicka
on 12/17/13
Just wondering if you're a man or a woman and it sounds sad that you think nobody wants you. Why do you feel that way? Did you lose hope to meet someone who is perfect for you or perhaps you feel that nobody out there is good enough for you? It does get lonely when you get old and nobody cares. Just wondering have you ever been in love? It's the best natural high you can have.Think about it...:)
inkygurl42
on 12/17/13
MyOhMyImShy and 1 others liked this  
there is always someone out there who wants you...you have to go out there and mingle...lots of people like independent and has nothing to do with it.
Ilovesparky13
on 12/17/13
MissBrookeBamBam liked this  
you know, not everyone wants to date (which is kind of what it sounds like this person is saying).
MegaGreydon
on 12/17/13
Who hasnt been on a date hahahahahaha fail
tutterown
on 12/17/13
XuzI and 3 others liked this  
Probably the same people who say "fail".
rsmikulin
on 12/17/13
I was on my second marriage before ever going on a date...not everyone has the money or luxury time to actually date. In the case of the first husband, there was also a motivation question, but that's a whole 'nother issue :P
Ilovesparky13
on 12/17/13
a date doesn't have to cost money.
AmberJem
on 12/17/13
SarahElizabeth86 and 1 others liked this  
Um, I haven't.
King255
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 liked this  
Is it sad that i'm 16 and never been on a date
Ilovesparky13
on 12/17/13
why would that be sad? you're still VERY young.
Airlia777
on 12/17/13
Just turned 23...no date.
julistarr
on 12/17/13
XuzI and 1 others liked this  
I'm gonna be 24 in May and I've never been on a date. It's not a big deal to me.
BonJohndy
on 12/17/13
XuzI and 1 others liked this  
I'm 21 and I never been a date either.
BH2ify
on 12/17/13
MyOhMyImShy and 2 others liked this  
man im 19 T^T
Fuzzy06460
on 12/17/13
bling23 and 3 others liked this  
the only thing that is sad is if others give you a hard time about it! I only started dating boys in high school because my "friends" said they couldn't hang out or eat lunch with me anymore if I didn't because everyone thought I was a lesbian (in the eighties this was almost a crime). I really wanted to just commit to my studies as I was an Honor student and on track to take all AP courses as a senior. I wish I had never given in to that peer pressure. Being labeled a lesbian and shunned would have been better than ruining my educational endeavors by dating and partying. I ended up married at 19, having kids in my early twenties, and divorced with no career prospects at 36. Don't date until YOU are ready and NEVER let anyone interfere with your dreams.
ojibwaqueen
on 12/17/13
So true! I had a similar experience and wish I could change the past and not cave in to peer pressure as well. Let me tell you, it was not worth it! Take Fuzzy06460 advice and don't listen to other people.
ambhall
on 12/17/13
iScreamCake and 4 others liked this  
No. Plenty of people don't date in high school or even college. Most of the people I know who waited until they were older to start dating were more self-aware and self-confident by that time.As a result, they avoided a lot of the angst and confusion that teens and twentysomethings often experience in their early dating years. I definitely wish that I had waited until late in 12th grade to date. I had two high school boyfriends who were emotionally exhausting. I bet my grades could have been better without all that drama.
cook72
on 12/17/13
mckinneyj and 1 others liked this  
I think a group date is a good security measure, if their crazy; you at least have witnesses or back-up, lol.
ojibwaqueen
on 12/17/13
Ilovesparky13 liked this  
Never thought of it that way but your right!!
Lovepink1204
on 12/17/13
They can be fun
PJinator
on 12/17/13
Back when I was in Jr. High.
JediMobius
on 12/17/13
Does a kegger count?
Vee702
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 liked this  
Group dates are awkward if you don't know everyone.
Pigsrock053
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 liked this  
Niether am I
heather2424242
on 12/17/13
Nope no group date just odd
thebestbaby
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 liked this  
he tenido cita pero no a salido como he querido
DenisFreeman
on 12/17/13
ive been in 3 serious relationships and ive never been on a date :|
ap10231993
on 12/17/13
I have never dates
dgerb
on 12/17/13
ojibwaqueen and 4 others liked this  
I've never been on a date. My parents believe in arranged marriages, as in India. ;)

OK, I'm kidding about the arranged marriage part, but I have never been on a date. I am too serious of a person to invite someone out on a "date" unless I am prepared to consider entering a marital relationship. For now, I prefer to remain single.
dalgal21
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 and 5 others liked this  
OK, but please explain to me this: How would you know you were interested in marrying someone if you didn't date for awhile to find out what that person is like?
ambhall
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 and 3 others liked this  
If you are active in your house of worship or a social cause, you know you have a common interest and have a pretty good chance to see if someone's values match your own without the pressure of "putting your best foot forward" as on a date. Shared interests and values hold a marriage together better than the things that people tend to focus on in casual dating.
kmhagen
on 12/17/13
funny, then sad
Nagisa
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 liked this  
My thoughts exactly.
rpina
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 and 2 others liked this  
group date is some high school stuff. as an adult I personally cant stand my husbands friends wives...those broads get on my nerves...fake and backstabbing they talk smack about each other as soon as one steps out of the room. I can just imagine what they say about me.....
ambhall
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 liked this  
Sorry that been your experience. Sounds awful. However, it's not the case for everyone. I've had some wonderful group dates during and well after high school. I'm not a huge fan of bowling, but it's great fun with other couples.
You can't change your husband's friends' wives --they are who they are. Maybe if you went on a group date with your friends and their husbands, you'd have a better experience.
BuffaloSouljah
on 12/17/13
ojibwaqueen and 1 others liked this  
Yea, when I was 13, and I got stuck with the fat one.
dalgal21
on 12/17/13
ojibwaqueen and 3 others liked this  
LOL so did you end up marrying him/her?
AuralWolf
on 12/17/13
ophelia583 and 2 others liked this  
I hope so.
dalgal21
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 and 5 others liked this  
Group dates? what constitutes a "group"? Is it another couple? Several people at a time? In HS we went out in a large group of friends. Some in the group were dating some were not. As a married couple we occasionally go out to eat with other people but I do not think of it as a "group" date.
TheMadam
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 and 1 others liked this  
I had the same questions. Is it a few couples going out together? Do they need to be "real" couples or is it just people who are newly dating? I said "yes" as when I was dating someone we used to go out with other people for dinner, other couples, both married and just dating.
lalacam
on 12/17/13
Genicka and 1 others liked this  
How would u know who you want. To marry if u don't date any1?
ryhuffaker
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 liked this  
Never was on this type of dating before but will never say I will not do so
XemapleX
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 and 1 others liked this  
What are talking about maybe for
Young teenagers that would be a good idea
devingregory1
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 liked this  
What
robsprs
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 liked this  
fUNNY
Hellblood
on 12/17/13
Group dates are useless unless because people will feel like a third wheel
server002
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 and 3 others liked this  
what is group date?
elvisfreak
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 and 3 others liked this  
with the group of friends I hung out with as a teenager, we group dated ALL the time. A couple of the "dates" turned into long term marriages like my friend Sherry and her husband, who have now been married 43 years. Group dating was generally NOT serious, more like a bunch of kids all going to the same movie, sitting together and getting to know each other. Out of that were a few couples who hit it off very well and went on to private dates but were still around for the group gatherings but as a couple.
ttsmom143
on 12/17/13
michaelcox2188 and 1 others liked this  
Finally!! Lol I was starting to wonder if people really had no clue what group dating was!
UsernameMan
on 12/17/13
GamingSoldier liked this  
yup, ever since highschool dances and what not, but not so much anymore.
legcy
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise and 1 others liked this  
there's been a lot of date questions recently. or in this month...
inkygurl42
on 12/17/13
I picked "NO" but actually have been on a group date several times now that I think about it lol...yeah fun and better then being alone with him or her.
Hburt006
on 12/17/13
bigdaddyalfredo and 4 others liked this  
I never understood this- the purpose of dating is finding a spouse, I do not think a group date is the best place to do that....I think once you are dating and you want to go out with friends and do something that is a different story all together
dalgal21
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise liked this  
No, the purpose of a date is to spend quality time with another person of similar interests to enjoy time together and the place that you might end up on that date. My daughter dates all the time and tells the guys straight up that she isn't interested in marriage. Needless to say she has long term friendships with these gentlemen.
aimerlee
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise and 1 others liked this  
The purpose of dating is not always to find a spouse. When I was dating at 18 or so, the last thing on my mind was a husband. And even now I love going on group dates with my boyfriend who I will be marrying some day. They're fun.
ttsmom143
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise and 1 others liked this  
Spouses go on dates too!! If you and your spouse go out with another couple or two to dinner or movies or show or whatever it is still a group date!
siyue
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise and 7 others liked this  
Actually it is safer to go in a group and not be alone for long periods of time with the person. You can learn a lot from how the person acts with other people. It makes a more relaxed atmosphere so that you can be yourself. And if it turns out that you don't like the person after all it is easier to let them go because you haven't gotten too attached.
Fuzzy06460
on 12/17/13
Ilovesparky13 and 6 others liked this  
I thought the purpose of dating was to go out and have fun!! Not everyone wants a spouse.
dhfhs2
on 12/17/13
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siyue
on 12/17/13
TopSniper and 1 others liked this  
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danakscully64
on 12/17/13
harnzen and 2 others liked this  
Siyue - For you it may be, but not for everyone.
NikkiHoag
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise and 2 others liked this  
My purpose in dating was never to find a spouse...
elvisfreak
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise and 7 others liked this  
And some do find a spouse but usually group dating is done by young people who's first thought is NOT getting married. When you are 15-16 years old, marriage seems a long way off. It is a great way of getting to know people and making life long friends too.
ChelseBrun
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise and 1 others liked this  
I've never been on a date, but at this point in life, (19), I'd rather my first date be in a group. I want to see how he acts around others, and generally would feel safer if other people are along.
I know too many people though that, at 15-16 years old, marriage may seem a long way off but they still jump right to that conclusion. They feel like, they're going out with the person, and that's who they're going to marry. And they get too attached, and go too far, and then they break up and take forever to recover. I also know a couple who got engaged at 16 and 19, married at 18 and 21, and have been married for about 5 years now, at least. And when I lived in East Texas, there were plenty of girls who got married at 17. So marriage isn't always that far off at 15-16...
KiaDel
on 12/17/13
siyue and 1 others liked this  
A group date may not be so bad. Usually I find that I get to know people better in group settings, as a relaxed outing among friends instead of a date. You get to observe that person's behavior when he or she doesn't think you're looking. Society's concept of dating ends up with two people trying way too hard to be on their best behavior, but you don't really get to see who that person really is or how that person reacts to his/her environment. I do agree that many think too much about marriage. Just relax and get to know the person. Don't force things to happen; just let it happen. When a connection is there, you'll know.
wolfbro
on 12/17/13
ap10231993 liked this  
"spouse"
PamZastrocky
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise and 6 others liked this  
Does seriously every poll invite an arguement, or the need to flare tempers ? I mean seriously. It's a stinking poll on swagbucks guys... I would hate to see many of your blood pressures. I do get upset time to time, but its just about always related to the absurdity of the comments and not the poll itself.
ChelseBrun
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise and 4 others liked this  
Okay so your comment is the most heated frustrated one I've seen so far as I'm reading...
KiaDel
on 12/17/13
az121158 and 1 others liked this  
Well, I can't blame Pam. It seems like most of the comments on any poll is about as bad as reading a bathroom stall.
tuffysbabygrl
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise and 10 others liked this  
well at least they aren't asking me about how many sheets of toilet paper i am using to wipe my bum..oh darn it..that will probably be the next poll since i gave them an idea lol
ttsmom143
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise and 1 others liked this  
I don't understand why people take the questions so personal. As if swagbucks is delving into your personal life! I am sure that they have lives of their own and could really careless how anyone answers these questions! If you don't want to answer you don't have to and I am also pretty sure that they can't or don't go back and see what you have answered! It is rather narcissistic to believe that anyone else cares so much about a strangers personal life!
lovethelakers
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise liked this  
its a user submitted poll u can tell because it says Submitted By so and so in so and so place next to the question so don't blame the polls on the swagpeiople when its the swagernauts
KiaDel
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise liked this  
Think of them as picking a topic out of a hat. The only difference is they're looking... lol. Users submit it, but that doesn't mean those users have administrative rights to the website.
ChelseBrun
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise and 1 others liked this  
Yes but the swagpeople still pick the polls... I've submitted multiple polls and never been chosen...
jcpilz
on 12/17/13
tfjparadise liked this  
Same here and my questions were better than some of those here and probably yours were, too.

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