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Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2012 22:59
by rogue
If you wanted to treat your loved one where would you take them?

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2012 23:01
by divea
Home.

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Thu Jun 21, 2012 23:34
by Dr. Nemesis
the dog track

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 00:43
by ThreadKiller
Dr. Nemesis wrote:the dog track


Mrs. Nemesis is a most lucky woman.

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 01:05
by jimipresley
Down the pub for some darts. Maybe some chips and cider.

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 01:33
by ThreadKiller
jimipresley wrote:Down the pub for some darts. Maybe some chips and cider.


Does anybody need any other reason to turn their backs on heterosexuality?

Me and the man will be living it up in a hotel villa in Taidung next Monday and Tuesday. Admittedly, I didn't plan this. The trip is his Chinese New Year's prize. You can't get more romantic than having a private pool to cavort in!

But, seeing as we aren't all always going to be winning these kinds of holidays, my suggestions:

1. Listen to divea and just overwhelm them with love at home.
2. Go to Beitou and find a hotel where you can rent a private hot spring for a few hours (admittedly, this isn't the season for this).
3. Taroko Gorge impresses some.

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 01:36
by jimipresley
Oh. We're too PRECIOUS for darts, chips and cider, now, are we? :roll:

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 01:44
by ThreadKiller
jimipresley wrote:Oh. We're too PRECIOUS for darts, chips and cider, now, are we? :roll:


What the hell are you doing posting on Taiwaneasia? You told me you couldn't play Words with Friends anymore because you had to go to bed!

Now I find you here, messing around. Our bro-mance is officially over. :flaming:

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 02:37
by divea
jimipresley wrote:Oh. We're too PRECIOUS for darts, chips and cider, now, are we? :roll:

Well it is romantic, but not endeavourish! :lol:

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 08:34
by rogue
Yes I thought of the hot springs idea too .... :smile:

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 12:31
by MilkTeaJack
My go-to romantic scenario: turn on some wrestling, bring out a bowl of Doritos and a six pack of Cherry Coke. Tissues. Put on some music in the background, softly so as not to distract from the WWE, maybe Pearl Jam or Third Eye Blind. Oh, and a clean shirt. Real important, that one.

What's the topic again?

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 13:23
by maoman
A bed and breakfast in an area that you're not familiar with. Check in in the afternoon, explore a little, have a nice dinner (you might want to research a good restaurant ahead of time), go for a walk, get snuggly. :lovestruck:

Next morning, have a nice breakfast, and go do something interesting in the area. See whatever sights are to be seen. Rinse, repeat as necessary.

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 13:47
by sandman
Treatment? Depends on her condition. Clinic can be a little more intimate than the hospital.
Other than that, maoman has it -- a B&B in an unfamiliar place. There are so many here.
Idea for a thread: Funky B&Bs to knock your socks off of your feet. We know Jessie and Chris' haven in Jialeshui, but there are literally hundreds of them these days, all over the country.

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 19:34
by ceevee369
Dunno if the OP is still reading the posts but 2 remarks:

Is the purpose to impress? (as many tend to do not knowing better)
Well, all the finest luxury might do: at home, in the fancy restaurant, or a trip to the moon and back.

Is the purpose to put love before anything else? Just do what you know your partner likes - even if you dislike it. THAT is the biggest treat you can give.

Re: Romantic endeavor

PostPosted: Fri Jun 22, 2012 19:43
by maoman
ceevee369 wrote:Is the purpose to put love before anything else? Just do what you know your partner likes - even if you dislike it. THAT is the biggest treat you can give.

Yeah, but women don't do that for us as much after they get married. Wait - what are we talking about? :lol: