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What is the most romantic thing you could say or do for a 3 year anniversay to a girl?

Asked by atr408 (357points) January 2nd, 2008

my 3 year anniversary is combing up and I need some ideas

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LanceVance's avatar

Hm, take her to a place where you first dated, then perhaps say it’s the best place you’ve ever been to because of her. Dunno, just a dummy suggestion.

sndfreQ's avatar

write a poem or song if she’s a romantic

weaselope's avatar

wine and cunnilingus usually works

hollywoodduck's avatar

Make her dinner, it doesn’t have to be fancy, just heartfelt, candlelight is good. Then serenade her with a little song and dance to just the music and the candlelight.

Zaku's avatar

Something you’ve talked about doing together that sounds fun to both of you, but you’ve not been doing for some reason that makes it seem unreasonable.

Poser's avatar

A true romantic gesture is tailored to the individual. As we don’t know your girlfriend, our suggestions are all going to be generic. A gift that shows her that you know her and value her individuality is truly romantic.

Emily's avatar

Sit down and think, really think, about what she wants most in the world. And then give it to her. Experiences are the best, rather than objects.

And, I must add, it’s more impressive if it’s something that doesn’t also benefit you directly. I.e. getting her tickets to a concert that happens to be your favorite group can still be fun, but not necessarily what you are going for here.

DS's avatar

You got it right the more important is remember the day you’ve meet. If it’s the best day of your life just shows her.If she means a lot to you try to be at her “disposal” for 1 day meaning listen to her share with her

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