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  • What's the most romantic thing you ever did for your wife or special lady friend?

    oke:

    Me and the wife watched The Notebook. That's not the top of the list, but that guy can write a love story. If you haven't watched this with your woman, you better get to it.

    Anyway, tell me the most romantic thing you ever did. I'm gonna print them out and either use them, or let her read them. Probably a little of both. Thanks!
    RIP: Nite Owl Jazz

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    Umm, I don't have a wife or a special lady friend.
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    • #3
      I bought her a bowling ball with my name on it.
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      • #4
        Washed it.
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        • #5
          oke:

          Me and the wife watched The Notebook. That's not the top of the list, but that guy can write a love story. If you haven't watched this with your woman, you better get to it.

          Anyway, tell me the most romantic thing you ever did. I'm gonna print them out and either use them, or let her read them. Probably a little of both. Thanks!


          If it led to an extended night of wild sex then I'm in.
          Otherwise, Im too busy with music to watch some chick flick.
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          • #6
            Umm, I don't have a wife or a special lady friend.


            Not that there's anything wrong with that.

            Let's see... I'm a pretty romantic kinda guy. I'd have to say that one of my most memorable evenings of romance was in summer 2006, when my ladyfriend and I were celebrating our one-year anniversary of having begun seeing each other.

            We were in Seattle, and I took her out to Canlis, one of that city's finest restaurants (and, actually, one of the best in the country). The view over Lake Union was spectacular. The service was incredible. The food was beyond compare. In fact, the only downside was that after cocktails, a multi-course meal highlighted by an amazing steak, creme brul
            Music, thoughts, stuff, and... I guess that's all

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            • #7
              I love to cook. And I like to make my wife happy...

              So just recently I went to Party City and got 20 helium balloons. I tied them to the chairs of our dining room table. I had a nice Moet on ice and 2 dozen roses. All displayed in the dining room not to be missed when she walked in.

              On the the stove were filet mignon in brandy sauce, wild rice and mushrooms, spinach salad with candied walnuts. And 3 cards with nothing printed in them but my mushy sentiments.

              All for no particular occasion. Girls like that stuff...
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              • #8
                been too many to recall, thought i have put a moratorium on it until she gets caught up might take a while.

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                • #9
                  What's the most romantic thing you ever did for your wife or special lady friend?


                  What kind of Hallowe'en topic is this, anyhow?
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                  • #10
                    RIP: Nite Owl Jazz

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                    • #11
                      After 20+ years of unhappy marriage all I can remember is that everything I did for her was immeidately shat upon, which led me (through a lengthy and painful learning process) to do less and less.

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                      • #12
                        After 20+ years of unhappy marriage all I can remember is that everything I did for her was immeidately shat upon, which led me (through a lengthy and painful learning process) to do less and less.


                        Oh, my ex-wife who I was with from 1989-2003 never appreciated anything I went out of my way to do for her in that regard. Thus, it's been a great experience being with someone who recognizes when I'm doing something specifically to make her happy.

                        It's a good feeling. I highly recommmend it.
                        Music, thoughts, stuff, and... I guess that's all

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                        • #13
                          Let her cum first.
                          Originally Posted by PHILL MOSSING


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                          • #14
                            What kind of Hallowe'en topic is this, anyhow?


                            Oh I dunno, a lot of people seem to be scared of romance.
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                            • #15
                              Umm, I don't have a wife or a special lady friend.


                              If you want, we could hook you up.
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