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One for the ladies ....What is the most romantic thing any man has ever done for

  1. Loveslove profile image59
    Lovesloveposted 7 years ago

    One for the ladies ....What is the most romantic thing any man has ever done for you ?

    By his own addmission my man  hasnt a romantic bone in his body...but  he is kind and gentle,loving and giving and we understand eachother  inside out ..!! what more could a girl want ?

  2. Rhonda Waits profile image79
    Rhonda Waitsposted 7 years ago

    My fiancée recently went out of town, for sickness in his family. He was going to be in Ohio for about a month. The most romantic thing he did for me was hook up Skype on my compute and buy me a web cam, before he left. That way we could still connect with each other by sight instead of just electronically.

    He was one time on a trip to India and he was gone 3 weeks, there was no Skype no web cam, it was a horrible 3 weeks for me, their time is opposite our time so we couldn't even talk much. He was up I was asleep and vice versa. So for me what he did this trip was totally romantic.

    Sounds like to me you got a good guy as well. Good luck

  3. duffsmom profile image60
    duffsmomposted 7 years ago

    This isn't romantic in the traditional sense but to be it was the greatest gesture ever.


    We lived in a small logging town in CA when our first child was under 2 and there were no jobs.  It was a hard time.  Our washer broke and we couldn't  afford to have it fixed.  My husband took a min. wage job making donuts in a deli.  His rough logging buddies made fun of him and he told them. "You do what you have to do for your family."  They understand it and stopped teasing him.

    That first paycheck was $118 and we got our washer fixed.  The fact that my husband, a big, man's man, would do this for our family is the most romantic things ever.  That showed his love for us more than flowers or fancy meals.

  4. RealHousewife profile image77
    RealHousewifeposted 7 years ago

    When I was 7 months pregnant, my husband was mopping the floor when his friend called him on the phone.  I could only hear my husbands side of the conversation and it went like this:

    "Can I call you back, I'm mopping the floor."

    "No you idiot! I'm not a sissy!  My wife isn't going to mop the floor, she's seven months pregnant!"

    He's done a lot of awesome things, but that made me realize the difference between a kid (his 40 year old friend) and a REAL man! Plus, I love a dude who will mop my floor!

  5. Literature Fairy profile image77
    Literature Fairyposted 7 years ago

    I have been with my partner for five and a half years or so now, He's a wonderful guy and we have lots of romantic moments, but our very first Valentines day together was probably the most romantic day of my life. I woke up on the morning, and he brought me in a cup of tea and told me to stay in bed for a little while longer. (presumably because he hadn't finished what he was doing yet.) Then when he did let me get up and go into my living room, there was a lovely home made breakfast on my coffee table, with grapefruit, cereal, boiled eggs, toast, OJ and Tea, there was a giant cuddly teddy bear holding hearts with a balloon tied to its wrist and a Huge valentines card, but most amazingly of all... he had covered my entire living room walls with little heart shaped post-it notes with messeges written on them, some were famous quotes, others were specific things to us, and some just said 'I Love You!' It was so special! And the rest of the day he's organised a day out and a picnic for us and then a nice meal in a restauraunt which was lovely, but I'll never forget waking up to all those post-its allover my living room walls!

 
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