60 Ways to Keep your Girlfriend
Be a gentleman: open her car door, doors to buildings, pull out her chair, let her go first (i.e. ordering dinner or drinks)
Be nice to her friends.
Be on time.
Buy her a dozen roses and you might get lucky. ;-)
Buy her a single rose.
Call her back when you say you will.
Carry the shopping bags.
Change her oil and pump her gas.
Clean (it is okay to pick up a broom every now and again).
Compliment her (i.e. appearance, accessories, and accomplishments).
Cook dinner (a romantic one with candles is a plus).
Consistency is the Key!
Eliminate stalkers and potential stalkers.
Get her personal products (I think you know what I mean. If not, get your mind out the gutter).
Get rid of the exes.
Give her a massage.
Help fold laundry.
Help with the kids.
Introduce her to family.
Introduce her to your friends.
Keep a job.
Learn her hopes and aspirations.
Learn to compromise.
Let her choose the music in the car.
LISTEN to her.
Remember her birthday.
Remember her name (first, middle and last).
Show some Love
Remember to treat her like a Queen.
Remember your first anniversary date and/or wedding date.
Run her bathwater with bubbles.
Say what you mean and mean what you say.
Send her an e-card.
Send her flowers to her place of work.
Show her you care and/or love her.
Spend time with her.
Take her on a vacation.
Take her to a nice restaurant.
Take her to the park for a picnic.
Talk to her about any and everything.
Tell her you care and/or love her.
Tell your friends about her.
Write her a love note.
Mistakes you may regret...
Do not always suggest you go to her place or she come to yours; create a balance.
Do not be a pushover.
Do not be clingy (she does not want a bug-a-boo).
Do not be so cheap that you only take her to eat off the $1 menu.
Do not be so cheap that you only take her to the $1 movie.
Do not cheat.
Do not make her drive everywhere.
Do not stare at other women.
Do not take advantage of her kindness.
Do not treat her like a maid.
Do not try at all.
Do not try so hard.
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