Impressive Ideas For The Ultimate Valentine's Day Date
Feb 13, 2012 10:43
Most guys don't really get why Valentine's day is so important, so here's a list to help you stand out from the pack and impress that very special someone, starting of with...
Reenact your first date Remember in the beginning when you would go out of your way to show her your romantic side? So why not turn back the clock and remind her how charming you were when you were wooing her. Try to think back on all the details of your first date (unless if it was bad), then take her to the same place, eat the same food and do the same things that first sparked your romance. Get Physical We're not referring to that kind of "physical," although it might lead to that eventually. Take her for a thrilling date which involves a lot heart racing activities. A little activity will help get those endorphins flowing to leave you both in loving moods.
Go for a massage treat her to a full-body, sensual massage. Experiment with scented or edible oils or lotions. You can even sign up for a couple’s massage at a spa. It's just the thing to get both of you in the mood for Valentine’s Day. Get a room A change in surroundings and routines can be a great boost to your love life, which is why renting out a nice hotel room is your perfect couple's retreat. Not only doe it ease the pressures and habits of everyday life, it lets you and your girl run wild without having to clean up afterwards. You can even add some sexy role playing into the mix by pretending you're lovers meeting for a secret rendezvous in a strange city.
If you got more time, money and freedom on your hands, then a
Valentine’s weekend away is your best bet to impress your lady. Think of
it as a mini-vacation with time spent alone together getting amorous,
we recommend heading for a romantic resort or a bed-and-breakfast. Be homebodies Who says you need to leave the house to make Valentine’s Day special? Sometimes the best gift is just spending some uninterrupted time being together. Turn off your phones, don’t answer the door and just enjoy the day while it lasts.
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