10 Unusual Romantic Gestures that are sure to make him feel Loved

Kaetlyn Summers Posted 2 years ago
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We all know all the usual ways of impressing men- putting on some flattering clothes, wearing a lot of perfume, making them food, agreeing with everything they say, letting them watch their favourite football game- the list goes on. But sometimes, the usual gets boring and with time, guys start to take all the things you do every day for granted, that’s when you need to pull out the big guns. And by big guns, I mean the very little, ordinary things because let’s be honest, men are unambiguously simple creatures and it doesn’t take all that much to win them over and impress them.

So here are ten not so usual ways of making your man feel loved.

1. Get that broken thing fixed for him.

Get something of his fixed for him so that he doesn’t have to go through all the hassle of actually doing the chore himself. It doesn’t have to be something huge like getting his car brakes or his new DSLR fixed up- It could be as little as getting that drilling machine fixed or replacing the worn out batteries of his watch.

Since guys tend to completely forget about all the things they need to get done till the last minute, he will really appreciate you doing his work for him because despite needing to, he knows that he’d never actually get around to fixing all the things he has to. Plus, he’ll think about you every time he uses the things you’ve fixed for him and brag about what an efficient and caring girlfriend you are to all of his friends.

2. Surprise him with a date.

It’s usually him who’s surprising you with unique date ideas, so why not be the one to surprise him for a change? The both of you have been swamped with work all week and when the weekend arrives, you expertly turn his dinner invitation at a high end hotel down, and instead invite him over to your place for dinner.

Don’t tell him of your plans beforehand; let him be caught off-guard by all the effort you make to arrange a passion-filled, memorable night filled with good cheese, candle light and his favourite music.