Romantical Stuff

  • Joeyphx444

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    Aug 16, 2010 12:12 AM GMT
    Probably done before but who cares? icon_razz.gificon_razz.gif

    What's the most romantic thing you have done for someone or that someone has done for you? (Boyfriend or someone you really like or are dating)

    OR what is something romantic you would do for a guy or they you'd want him to do for you?
  • commoncoll

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    Aug 16, 2010 12:52 AM GMT
    I would just settle for anyone doing anything for me.
    But I really like it when he cooks for me and is pleasant about it.
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    Aug 16, 2010 12:54 AM GMT
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    Aug 16, 2010 12:57 AM GMT
    Jmuscle33 saidProbably done before but who cares? icon_razz.gificon_razz.gif

    What's the most romantic thing you have done for someone or that someone has done for you? (Boyfriend or someone you really like or are dating)

    OR what is something romantic you would do for a guy or they you'd want him to do for you?


    Make dinner and watch a dvd flick and have him for dessert in the bedroomicon_wink.gif
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    Aug 16, 2010 12:59 AM GMT
    omg nycjosh, now THAT'S funny. Bill's on his way upstairs and I can hear him guffawing. icon_lol.gif


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    Aug 16, 2010 1:06 AM GMT
    I moved 3000 miles across the country.

    I know it may sound a little clinical, but for me it's right there as a 'most romantic' thing to do.

    (and boy, was it worth it!!!)


    As for what's the most romantic thing he's done for me, I'd say they're too numerous to mention without being cloying.
  • KepaArg

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    Aug 16, 2010 1:21 AM GMT
    For me it would have to last year with my ex. We had planned to spend 5 days together in Mendoza to just relax and hang out together. At the time he was playing rugby and studying in La Plata, while I was in Buenos Aires.

    Anyway long story short, we hadn't seen each other physically for a month when we headed to Mendoza, the first evening we had together there we decided to cook together, and for dessert he had surprised me as he attempted to make me my favorite cake from scratch (Red Velvet cake that I tried in the States, and we don't have here). Granted he made it the evening before and brought it with him, but it was really cute and the thought that counts- and showed it listened as I only mentioned this as my favorite cake to him once and a few months before.
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    Aug 16, 2010 2:22 AM GMT
    bgcat57 saidI moved 3000 miles across the country.

    I know it may sound a little clinical, but for me it's right there as a 'most romantic' thing to do.

    (and boy, was it worth it!!!)


    As for what's the most romantic thing he's done for me, I'd say they're too numerous to mention without being cloying.


    There was a time, just a few short months ago, that I considered a move like that... 3,000 miles away. But the love wasn't strong enough to keep us together... which is probably a good thing that I didn't move!!! YIKES!! icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Aug 16, 2010 2:23 AM GMT
    Wrote songs for them... but thats proabbly not too special, since I write songs all the time icon_razz.gif

    Send them a letter perhaps?
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    Aug 16, 2010 2:24 AM GMT
    amar_m saidWrote songs for them... but thats proabbly not too special, since I write songs all the time icon_razz.gif

    Send them a letter perhaps?


    One of YOUR songs would be a gift to be treasured forever... icon_smile.gif
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    Aug 16, 2010 2:29 AM GMT
    oh god, this one sweet boyfriend from years ago wrote songs for me and wrote the longest sweetest love notes...i mean, it was amazing...and i deeply appreciated it...and wish i could have demonstrated those feelings of love back much better than i did at the time...was a long time ago tho!
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    Aug 16, 2010 2:30 AM GMT
    amar_m saidWrote songs for them... but thats proabbly not too special, since I write songs all the time icon_razz.gif

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    Aug 16, 2010 2:54 AM GMT
    Me and an ex went to the Bellagio for a weekend, I ordered ahead to have wine and chocolates in the room when we arrived.

    When we checked in, I surreptitiously asked the girl at the counter if they had been delivered... she looked at me and my ex and her eyes bugged out.. she checked and confirmed it... she was really cute about it.
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    Aug 16, 2010 2:59 AM GMT
    Most romantic things I've done in the past have fallen on deaf appreciation. I really don't believe in this bullshit anymore.
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    Aug 16, 2010 3:02 AM GMT
    amar_m saidWrote songs for them... but thats proabbly not too special, since I write songs all the time icon_razz.gif

    Send them a letter perhaps?







    The essence of your soul opens softly in the night sky
    and yet it's fragrance awakens the senses of the mind
    to those of us whose thoughts wonders like a lost firefly
    hoping to find a way home via the echoes of a guitar
    as they follow the tropical gentle breezes of A'MAR!!


    Leandro ♥
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    Aug 16, 2010 3:06 AM GMT
    cadudesf saidMost romantic things I've done in the past have fallen on deaf appreciation. I really don't believe in this bullshit anymore.


    You been dating the wrong guys handsome.
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    Aug 16, 2010 3:15 AM GMT
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    cadudesf saidMost romantic things I've done in the past have fallen on deaf appreciation. I really don't believe in this bullshit anymore.


    You been dating the wrong guys handsome.


    Well, it's been 8 years since I last dated (no hook-up's inbetween), and when I did, it was the same jerk in a different body. Kinda sets the bar low when perceiving other gay guys.
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    Aug 16, 2010 3:26 AM GMT
    i'm not very romantic, so i don't consider anything i do to be romantic ever, even when it's under the pretense of romance. i mean, i try to be nice to a guy... cook him an awesome meal and have a night of music. and amar, i'm with ya... i've written guys songs, but i write songs all the time, so that's not really "romantic" so much as hard-wired. (although i'm putting together an entire song cycle right now about my current heartbreak, lol!)

    ummm.... i did surprise a boyfriend with a week in vegas for christmas, but that was more to see if i could buy him off and make him behave like a human for a while. turns out $3000 bought me two months of relatively human and humane behavior from him before he reverted to his usual bitchiness. ultimately, that proved not worth the investment!

    now the most romantic thing anyone ever did for me was when my ex-boyfriend ben actually put together a picture book for me, telling the story of his post-coming-out life prior to me and how he felt i changed his life at the time. that really was sweet, and it really did floor me... his birthday is valentine's day, so i returned the favor with a giant bouquet of flowers delivered to his office.

    ultimately that one didn't work out... we weren't entirely compatible. he was a smoker and i'm asthmatic, he was very conservative and i was very liberal (we've both moved closer to the center of the spectrum since and have also both become harder to define). ultimately, though, the relationship failed because i really did start treating him like crap, something i realized at the time of our break up. he really did deserve somebody who loved him more unconditionally than i am capable of, and perhaps that was my kindest gesture in a relationship. we've remained very good friends; he's since married the man he's been with since 1998 or 1999, and they're in the process of adopting right now. so all's well that ends well.

    and i still have the little picture book he made me. it warms my heart when i think of it.
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    Aug 16, 2010 3:36 AM GMT
    tituspullo1971 saidi'm not very romantic, so i don't consider anything i do to be romantic ever, even when it's under the pretense of romance. i mean, i try to be nice to a guy... cook him an awesome meal and have a night of music. and amar, i'm with ya... i've written guys songs, but i write songs all the time, so that's not really "romantic" so much as hard-wired. (although i'm putting together an entire song cycle right now about my current heartbreak, lol!)

    ummm.... i did surprise a boyfriend with a week in vegas for christmas, but that was more to see if i could buy him off and make him behave like a human for a while. turns out $3000 bought me two months of relatively human and humane behavior from him before he reverted to his usual bitchiness. ultimately, that proved not worth the investment!

    now the most romantic thing anyone ever did for me was when my ex-boyfriend ben actually put together a picture book for me, telling the story of his post-coming-out life prior to me and how he felt i changed his life at the time. that really was sweet, and it really did floor me... his birthday is valentine's day, so i returned the favor with a giant bouquet of flowers delivered to his office.

    ultimately that one didn't work out... we weren't entirely compatible. he was a smoker and i'm asthmatic, he was very conservative and i was very liberal (we've both moved closer to the center of the spectrum since and have also both become harder to define). ultimately, though, the relationship failed because i really did start treating him like crap, something i realized at the time of our break up. he really did deserve somebody who loved him more unconditionally than i am capable of, and perhaps that was my kindest gesture in a relationship. we've remained very good friends; he's since married the man he's been with since 1998 or 1999, and they're in the process of adopting right now. so all's well that ends well.

    and i still have the little picture book he made me. it warms my heart when i think of it.



    Usually a true hopelessly romantic is so busy being nice to people that he will never know that he is!!!


    Leandro ♥
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    Aug 16, 2010 3:39 AM GMT
    I don't have much dating experience, but I have been dating someone for awhile now over the phone. During the winter, he complained about being cold at night. He mentioned before that he sleeps in PJ bottoms, so for Christmas I sent him a pair of extra comfy and warm PJ bottoms with a note in the pocket saying "I may not be able to keep you warm at night, but hopefully this will do for now. Merry Christmas." icon_redface.gif
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    Aug 16, 2010 6:40 AM GMT
    For the first two months of my relationship, we sent original poems to each other daily. I still have them all.