Well, i don't know the English word, but will you do like this?
July 18, 2008 3:15am CST
When two are in love, they wear the same brand watch, the same color and image of T-shirts. What should we call it lovers watch, lovers T-shirt? I searched, and there's one say that this is his-and hers watch. I've no idea. But many lovers here tend to buy things like this, the same cup, and they will buy rings together and wear it. They consider it's romatic. I'm still single now, and i'm getting older and older. My parents and friends start urging me to hurry up and find a boyfriend. Whoops, i haven't found one. Yeah, nor anyone has a crush on me. Well, turn back to the question, will you wear that kind of watch or T-shirts or some other similar things?
19 Jul 08
Hey, ellie, we won't always be alone, actually we're not alone at all, we've got families. And still i get friends like you here in mylot who cares about me. I won't dress like that either. Lovers, some, but not all of them try to learn from us, and consider doing this is a fashion. Enjoy life
20 Jul 08
well, i have the same watch with my partner. and some articles of clothing we have are bought together. but we don't make an effort to wear the same thing when we go out. there are surprises when we picked the same thing to wear though. personally, i don't think i will dare step out with my partner wearing the same thing from head to toe. it's just too gaudy for me to accept. but i'm not against people dressing the same. in fact, some of my fellow countrymen tailor their clothes as a family. so during their festive season, you can see a family wearing the same thing and going out together. it kind of sweet in it's own way. cheers ;p
21 Jul 08
Wow, the whole family wear the same color, same style clothes. It's so cool. I saw this in TV show years ago. But my family never did that, well, i don't like wearing this all the time, but once in a while, it may be ok. It may take some time to decide color and style. We have different tastes, you know. Enjoy life
• United States
18 Jul 08
We usually say "His and her towels" it's like something that a couple gets, and it could be the first thing they buy together. I can't be sure of what else to call it other then "his and hers" and I think that many people do consider it romantic. It's not really a tradition so much as just something that happens.
23 Jul 08
I have also seen many lovers wearing the same brand and same style T-shirt,that's romatic in my mind.however,my husband and I don't have that kind of lover's T-shirt.he is an traditonal man who don't like fashional things very much,and he also don't like to wear the same clothes with me.that's a little droll for him. that's OK,I respect his consideration,after all,he is a man,I cann't order him wear clothes he don't like,isn't it?and I think the romatic isn't only presented in the same clothes,it can be shown in anything in our daily life. by the way,hope you find your Mr.Right as soon as possible!all the best to you!
25 Jul 08
Thanks, summerrain, wow, you've already married, i thought you are very young. Yeah, right, love can be everywhere in daily life, not only the same clothes we wear. It's kinda childish in my opinion. Thanks very much for your good wishes, i'm working hard to find one Hope you well Enjoy life
22 Jul 08
Yes,I think it has special significance to the lovers.I bought a pair of necklace s,which is a whole "heart" when they were fitted together.Now,I still ware it .When I see it,I feel that I saw my boyfriend.They are made with carnelian.I like it very much.Hehe ,you could try it .It's great.
• Garden Grove, California
22 Jul 08
lynettebyc hi when my hubby was alive we were never into that stuff with the his and hers as we were both too much of individualists, we wanted to be Patsie and Garland, two separate people who loved each other, not the Bobbsey twins lol.So we never did the his and hers bit and I never wanted to. lol.