(Closed) Is your SO romantic enough?

posted 11 years ago in Relationships
  • poll: Is you SO romantic enough?

    not at all! Doesn't have a romantic bone in his body!

    Occationally, which makes it super special!

    All the time! I love it!

    TOO romantic! I feel like I live in a movie.

  • Post # 32
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    Busy bee
    • Wedding: September 2010

    I think every girl wants a prince charming that will make us and all girls swoon with envy of a hopeless romantic! Unfortunately, not all boys come that way and it’s a good thing I suppose! haha! Mine is definitely not romantic, but I’m kind of a tomboy so that could partially be my fault?

    Post # 33
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    Buzzing bee
    • Wedding: October 2011

    hmm, honestly no. sometimes i wish he was more. Don’t get me wrong he can be but its few and far between i guess. Whe we first started dating 11 years ago he definitely was… like over the top..love notes, flowers all the time, tell me sweet things outta no where..etc.

    He is a sweetheart and i love em to bits… but romance… he needs some help in that department 🙂

    Post # 34
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    Busy bee
    • Wedding: May 2011

    Occasionally…very occasional, but I love him!

    Post # 35
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    Busy bee

    Cam is possibly the least romantic person I know. It’s one of two things we argue about. He sucks with holidays, gives me nothing for no reason, and just well, has not one romantic bone in his body.

    Don’t get me wrong … I still love the things he does for me … like tell me I’m beautiful, send me a text in the morning when he wakes up (way to go ldr) and practical things like change my oil. But man – once in a while a flower would be nice, or a card maybe sent from his house …

    Post # 36
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    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: September 2010

    this has been an evolving story since we first met 🙂

    Fiance actually got me by the small, lil gestures… not necessarily “AWW OMG YOUR SO CUTE…” but the lil considerate things like remembering my favorite drink and getting it for me, or telling me to pick out a movie i want to watch even if it was a girly movie, cooking for me, and extravagant gifts and dinner dates, flowers, etc.

    when we got to really getting to know each other… i realized he’s a big dork and real softie… but at the same wears this macho man exterior 99% of the time (as most men do :P)…

    i’ve been fine with it, as i’ve never been a movie romantic or flowers type of girl… there’s been the occasional “Just because” flowers… and a couple “i’m sorry” flowers too! LOL. and he’s always been great gift giver…

    but, something about the water in our new home together… ever since he’s been engaged, he’s just goo-goo gah-gah over everything i do and spits out lines like i’m juliet and he’s romeo. 😛

     

    Post # 37
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    Sugar bee
    • Wedding: July 2010

    He’s romantic occasionally. Which is just perfect for me. He buys me flowers occasionally and helps me put out the laundry and does the dishes and sends me cute texts during the day.

    Post # 38
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    Newbee
    • Wedding: May 2013

    Not really. I wish he showed his care more often, whether it’s through practical things like cleaning, cooking, etc. or through thoughtful gestures such as notes, small gifts, what have you.

    I’m not particularly romantic, but I am pretty thoughtful and sometimes I feel like I do a lot for him and he just doesn’t know or care to do those things.

    What can I do? We’ve been dating 3 years and he was never really like that in the beginning either. Boo

    Post # 39
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    Newbee

    He’s somewhat romantic – just not in the traditional flowers and candles way. When he comes home from a working trip he quite often brings me something small: my favourite candy, books etc. Sometimes I would like him to light candles and so on, but it’s not his style.

    I’m out of town at the moment, so I have to remember to bring something to him. I usually forget and I’m really ashamed now.

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