Reminiscing some heartwarming moments that they had with their girlfriends or wives, men make us believe that romance is not dead.
Living in a fast-paced world, we all are running our own rat race. Sometimes, we forget to pause and feel grateful for all the beautiful things life has given us. We often don't realize that true happiness lies in the smallest moments we share with our loved ones, especially for those in a romantic relationship. The things that matter the most are not the material gifts but the wholesome moments we share because those are the building blocks that can keep strengthening the connection. So, while looking back on our lives, what brings a smile to our faces is the time when we felt truly loved. It's not just reciprocating the adoration but making one's spouse or partner feel seen and heard. Being on the receiving end of love, care and affection always feels surreal. So, when a Reddit user asked the men in the community about the most romantic thing women in their lives have done for them, thousands of heartwarming responses came in. Here are the 10 most romantic things women did that men find memorable.
My girlfriend remembers every detail of when we first started dating. On a long drive together, one of our songs came on and she described the first night we listened to it and when she fell in love with me. She didn't even finish the story because it just broke me. I was leaking tears and it wouldn't stop. I rarely get someone who remembers something I did for them and for my girlfriend to tell these back filled my heart. Get a partner who appreciates your efforts. - u/hapakappaboy.
She bought us tickets to Cedar Point even though she was afraid of roller coasters. - u/RhinoDuckable. Mine took me to some live-action reenactment of a zombie apocalypse, even though she hated zombies. Like, they terrified her. You got to shoot zombie actors with guns and stuff. She thought I was having the time of my life because I was grinning ear to ear the whole time. Honestly, the whole thing kinda sucked. I never told her the reason I was smiling so much was actually because she did this for me. - u/AntonMikhailov.
My long-distance girlfriend flew 6000 km to spend her two-week winter vacation with me. - u/koryzer. On my birthday a few years ago, my girlfriend told me to pack my bag and some warm gear. I thought she was taking me on a surprise camping trip, but instead, we hopped on a train to the airport and flew to Norway. She also made the effort to get in touch with a guy I had recently done some business with online who I had really liked. He picked us up from the airport in a chauffeur hat with a sign and then took us all around Oslo to see the sights and meet his family. Truly a special holiday. - u/MrDannySantos.
In the movie "Die Hard" a girl runs and throws herself into the arms of a guy she is meeting who is getting off of a plane. She jumps up and into his arms. Ever since I saw that, oh so many years ago, I've wanted someone to be so thrilled to greet me that they threw themselves into my arms like that. It took me 40+ years, but it did eventually happen, and the girl had no idea it was something I'd always fantasized about. It became a thing for us - when we hadn't seen each other in a while, she'd run and just jump into my arms. - u/HeteroFlexibleK.
Helped me move. I never felt more loved than when I was flipping the hell out trying to get packed and figure out how I was going to get everything to my apartment and my very organized girlfriend drove out from an hour away several nights in one week to help me make it happen. - u/CaughttheDarkness. I was sick in a hotel room halfway around the world. My girlfriend said, "Open your door, there should be a package." She had sent me a surprise, desperately needed care package with Pedialyte, Gatorade, tissues, meds, crackers, etc. It was magical. - u/dbrd022.
My girlfriend has done plenty of things, but I'll never forget when we were having a birthday party at school and she placed down a slice of pizza in front of me. I asked her why and she said, "Well, it looked like they were gonna finish it soon and I didn't want you not to get any pizza." I could not stop smiling that day. Lol. -u/AeviternalMelody.
My girlfriend had flowers sent to my work. It's the only time I've ever been given flowers by anyone ever. I'm a 33-year-old prior active duty Marine who's been to war. I still cried. Get your man flowers, girls. - u/IrishWebster. Came home to a dozen sunflowers in a vase in my room, with a little tag attached with a hand-drawn heart on it. I called my girlfriend and asked if she'd gotten them for me, she said, "Ya, I saw them at the market and they reminded me of you, so I bought them for you." Flowers are the most underrated gift to get a guy. Hands down. - u/Reaver_.
Proposed to me. We were in a long-distance relationship at the time. She had a hobby of "eBay sniping," bidding on auctions seconds before they were over, typically to get inexpensive jewelry. During one of our visits, she got down on one knee and showered me with rings before proposing. I'd never felt more loved and wanted in my life, and I hope more men get to experience that. - u/RancidHyena.
My girlfriend spent weeks learning how to play part of "Wish You Were Here" by Pink Floyd on guitar for our 1st anniversary. Before this, she had no experience with guitar or music in general. On the night we met, that was the song we connected over and continued to be very special to us. All of you who have tried to learn guitar know that the beginning is rough and hurts a lot. It makes me feel grateful to have someone like her in my life. - u/robert_bobert1.
My fiance hand-writes letters and sends them to me in the mail and when she is over at my place, she hides tiny love notes all over my place for me to find she's not with me. The notes consist of quotes from our songs or movies, things she loves about me, funny or endearing things we have experienced together or cute reminders of other stuff. - u/nejflo.