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So Halloween is fast approaching and you and bae are trying to figure out what the best costume is for this year. Your last year's couples costume was A1, but you know it's a cardinal sin to repeat the same get-up. It's time to explore some new options and bust out that creativity - Trump and the wall is a good one if you want to get funny, sugar skulls are cool if you want to be sexy, and a mermaid with a sailor or caught by a pirate is perfect if you're just really into mermaids.

If you want to be a sexy animal or something with lingerie and bunny ears, but without having to say "I'm a bunny, duh. " like Karen from Mean Girls, just get your significant other to fix the situation. Get them to be the Duracell to your bunny, the zoo keeper to your giraffe, or any other supporting roll so no one gets confused what you dressed up as. In this case, two is always better than one.

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There have been many guides written about things not to do on a date. Some of them include: being on your phone, talking about your ex and speaking highly of yourself. However, there are certain gestures and comments everyone makes on dates that are not so obvious and can end up being a huge turn off.

It's understandable, you want to be your "real" self on a date. Nonetheless, there are psychological reactions all human beings experience when it comes to actions and words. If you're really into someone, have the desire to know them better and potentially build a solid relationship, follow these 18's don'ts' :

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Every Toronto girl has her own favorite places she truly admires, but there are secret spots all ladies dream of going to . None of us will refuse a fancy dinner at La Societe or shopping at Holts. But what if you take your lady somewhere out of the extraordinary to shop and dine?

Do you want to win a Toronto girl's heart? Surprise her. Spoil her. Treat her like a princess. Here's a list of places that can help you do so:

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