Do you consider yourself a romantic?

@cndn420 (2062)
Canada
October 15, 2008 1:03pm CST
To both guys and girls, Do you love the candlelit and romantic dinners? Do you do anything romantic for your significant other? If so, what is the most romantic thing you have ever done or recieved?
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@jesssp (2739)
• Canada
20 Oct 08
My fiance and I aren't all that romantic and I think it's something we really need to work on. The last 'romantic' thing I did for him was surprise him with a coffee last week - and that hardly counts! When my fiance and I were broken up he went travelling overseas. I was with someone else at the time and thought that we were through for good, but still had deep feelings for him. One day my mom called and said there was a package at their house for me. Inside the package was a diary that my now fiance, then ex boyfriend, had kept the entire time he was travelling. He wrote the whole thing to me, and it was amazing. A lot of it was just telling me what he was doing, stuff like that, but a lot of it was also about how he felt about me and how much he missed me. It made me feel pretty special. That was definitely the most romantic thing he, or anyone, has ever done for me.
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@cndn420 (2062)
• Canada
23 Oct 08
i think thats the sweetest thing ive ever heard!! thats amazing sometimes all it takes is knowing that the ex still has feelings for you even though you thought you'd moved on. thats really romantic!! and as for the coffee, i think thats nice (i surprised my boyfriend with a coffee last week too LOL) we're not all that romantic either. thanks for sharing that story jesssp
@jesssp (2739)
• Canada
23 Oct 08
One of the things that made it even more amazing was that it was a total surprise. He would say little things in emails every now and then that told me he still had feelings for me but I had no idea how much until I got that journal. I was the one moping around way up here with my boring life and unsatisfactory relationship thinking that he was down there living it up and having the time of his life.
@cndn420 (2062)
• Canada
24 Oct 08
and that must have been the most amazing surprise you could get im kinda jealous cause thats really romantic and sweet!!! thanks so much for sharing your wonderful story with me
@GIRLBITS (228)
• Philippines
23 Oct 08
Yes. I always wrote him a letter, a poem, I sing for him, do art works, I always make him smile. Little things but mean a lot to him. I'm also romantic to my friends and loved ones.
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@cndn420 (2062)
• Canada
23 Oct 08
that sounds wonderful :) its all about those little things
• South Africa
20 Oct 08
Well yes i do consider myself romantic. I wasn't always romantic though. I started being romantic when i met my girlfriend which was 2 years ago. She inspires me to be romantic. I have a secret though... I go to http://www.romance4u.info to get romantic ideas and romantic tips. I guess its not that original but atleast im trying my best.
@cndn420 (2062)
• Canada
23 Oct 08
haha thats better than nothing jacquesgroen! at least your honest, they may not all be your ideas but you put your own spin on them im gonna check that out see what they got hehe
@chiaeugene (2226)
• China
16 Oct 08
i do not consider myself to be one and my partners till date have not commented on me as a romantic person. the most i did was to buy a ring for my gf who became my ex-wife later for christmas. i hid the ring box in my car glove compartment. we went for a movie and gave her a bouquet of flowers and told her that that was the only thing i could afford. although, she said that she did not mind the gift, i can sense that she was disappointed as she expecting something more than flowers. after the movie, i send her home and along the way i pretend to ask her to find a CD in the glove compartment and while searching she came across the ring box and was extremely happy.....but that not the end, cos the box is empty and guess where i hid the ring? it was along in the bouquet of flowers and she did not realised it cos i thnk she was disappointed with the flowers so she did not pay much attention to them.
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@cndn420 (2062)
• Canada
16 Oct 08
that sounds sweet. awww did you have to tell her where the ring was? LOL as long as the date ended up going great, but thats really funny haha even though you don't consider yourself romantic, the little things once in a while really make a big difference and i dont think a lot of people know that. being too romantic and constant romance just gets tiring and boring LOL
• Philippines
16 Oct 08
i consider myself romantic. i had not meet my boyfriend in person but even though i could not invite him for a candle light dinner or something, whenever we talk, i tell him sweet nothings that make him smile.
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@cndn420 (2062)
• Canada
16 Oct 08
those little things make a difference
@bamakelly (5193)
• United States
15 Oct 08
I do consider myself to be romantic as a wife. My husband is romantic too but over the years the light kind of went out on that stuff so to speak! But that is alright. We do have our good times together. Every now and again it is nice to have dinner by candlelight with a home cooked meal. We don't find the time too much anymore with the little one around. I think the most romantic thing I might have done was just a simple bubble bath with candles surrounding the place.
@cndn420 (2062)
• Canada
16 Oct 08
that sounds nice. the romance definitely fades over time but i also think that you can't have too much romance in a relationship, because it just becomes so overdone and therefore looses its romance.