Three Questions for Romance

Here’s how to use three questions to create romance. Might be something to use for New Year’s Eve.

Tell your sweetheart you’d like to take her/him out for a romantic evening. One caveat though. Plans for the evening are dependent on his/her response these three questions:

  • Fast or slow?
  • Classic or modern?
  • Long or short?

Take note of your sweetheart’s answer.

Let your sweetheart know that based on their response to your questions, your romantic evening will:

  • Start with a (fast/slow) kiss.
  • You’ll dine at a (classic/modern) restaurant.
  • You’ll enjoy a (long/short) meal.

Ahead of time you’ll have chosen the options which will fit the restaurant possibilities. The only question left is who will drive. Robert

If you’d like more romantic ideas like this, you can order my ebook, “A Year of Romantic Interludes” at http://www.Amazon.com. Would be a great way to start a new year.

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Helping people grow relationships via romance. Been studying, researching, observing what is romance and how to be romantic since the 90's.
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