Romance!!!

@phyxius (3464)
United States
October 10, 2006 10:02pm CST
What is your idea of a great romantic evening?
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35 responses
@katyzzz (2898)
• Australia
11 Oct 06
Exclusive restaurant, soft lights, great music, good conversation, good manners and a man with a little charisma who picks up the check quite happily and discreetly.
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
11 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
11 Oct 06
Send him to meeeeeeeeeee please
@katyzzz (2898)
• Australia
11 Oct 06
Sorry, I think I meant gallantry.
@ssh123 (31086)
• India
13 Oct 06
It is the state of mind and if two persons of apposite gender get the mood, it becomes romantic time, let it be evening or morning or night. If you really want a scenic explanation, husband and wife (bf+gf) go hand in hand on a seashore when sun is set, in the cool breeze, build their own castle, kiss here and there, go for deeper understanding, rising moon trying to listen to your conversation and it is romantic evening.
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
@ssh123 (31086)
• India
14 Oct 06
you are welcome.
@fizza10 (1718)
• Pakistan
12 Oct 06
hm,,,,well i guess me and my Prince Charming would be on an island where no one disturbs us and there be lots and lots of greenery all around with food set on a huge table and a big king size bed;) lolz..........with lots of candles around us if it's night and roses scattered all over.......Lolz.....
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!!!
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
I think I need a cold shower
@Betso221 (1700)
• India
11 Oct 06
My idea of a great romantic evenin would take ur girl 2 such a place where there is no one around only two of us,greenery all ovr the place.Cool breeze,sea side view nd thats it to make a romantic evenin.rest leave it on me.hehehe.
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
11 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
• United States
12 Oct 06
Thats such a great reply , need to find a MAN that thinks that way ....
• India
13 Oct 06
i had a romantic event in my life
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
14 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
@nelson77 (107)
• Nigeria
13 Oct 06
to have in the evening is the for you and your girl friend
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
@rishal (354)
• India
13 Oct 06
i will keep it pearsonel....
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
@fonofun (888)
• India
13 Oct 06
o no shet i have no romantic moments
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
@Katy238 (1028)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Hmmm I know this is corny and probably all too common but my hubby and I have only done this once in almost 11 years...lol I would love to do it more often and that is... spreading out a blanket under the sky (preferably in the mountains) and just sit there and cuddle and talk...lol Told you it was corny
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
• India
13 Oct 06
I like it very much
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
@shilpi (390)
• India
13 Oct 06
I would prefer to have great romantic evening @ the sea shore in the the full moon............
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
• Hyderabad, India
13 Oct 06
yes
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
• Hyderabad, India
13 Oct 06
yes
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
@somesh1984 (1299)
• India
13 Oct 06
hmm thats a good question
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
@bapi_da (760)
• India
13 Oct 06
The Romance languages, a major branch of the Indo-European language family, comprise all languages that descended from Latin, the language of the Roman Empire. The Romance languages have more than 600 million native speakers worldwide, mainly in the Americas, Europe, and Africa, as well as in many smaller regions scattered through the world. All Romance languages (sometimes referred to as Romanic) descend from Vulgar Latin, the language of soldiers, settlers and slaves of the Roman Empire, which was substantially different from the Classical Latin of the Roman literati. Between 200 BCE and 100 CE, the expansion of the Empire, coupled with administrative and educational policies of Rome, made Vulgar Latin the dominant native language over a wide area spanning from the Iberian Peninsula to the Western coast of the Black Sea. During the Empire's decline and after its collapse and fragmentation in the 5th Century, Vulgar Latin began to evolve independently within each local area, and eventually diverged into dozens of distinct languages. The oversea empires established by Spain, Portugal and France after the 15th Century then spread Romance to the other continents—to such an extent that about two-thirds of all Romance speakers are now outside Europe. Despite multiple influences from pre-Roman languages and from later invasions, the phonology, morphology, lexicon, and syntax of all Romance languages are predominantly derived from Vulgar Latin. As a result, the group shares a number of linguistic features that set it apart from other Indo-European branches. In particular, with only one or two exceptions, Romance languages have lost the declension system of Classical Latin and, as a result, have a relatively rigid SVO sentence structure and make extensive use of prepositions.
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
@kiwidipa (2854)
• United States
13 Oct 06
I enjoy taking someone somewhere that neither of us has experienced before, making new memories............I could go on forever with this, lol, but I will stop there........and no someone coming back with the McDonalds and BK jokes that is not what I mean.....................
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
@blessonje (1652)
• India
13 Oct 06
i dont have any experience
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
@dlufel (424)
• Australia
13 Oct 06
start with a candle light dinner with great view .. then continue with just the two of you .. anywhere you want
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!
@bhbirdie6 (1769)
• United States
12 Oct 06
I'm not big on the "dinner and a movie" date so I'd like something original. I still like the typical low-light, candle light just the two of us kind of romance though.
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!!!
@limcyjain (3519)
• India
12 Oct 06
My idea of romance is spending an evening where no one can disturb, a candle light dinner and a walk hand in hand.
@phyxius (3464)
• United States
13 Oct 06
Thanks for the reply!!!!!