Is romance dead?

Vix xxx

  1. Sammy

    April 1st, 2016 at 12:57

    Hi vix great post! In my opinion you will find it as soon as you stop looking for it. I hated being single and always felt like I needed my other half to make me whole. But as soon as I started to enjoy being single and had found ‘me’ I literally bumped into my one! Now married and two kids later I couldn’t be happier! I promise he is out there somewhere, he will find you and sweep you off your feet when you least expect it.

    Sammy x

  2. OliviaCheryl

    April 1st, 2016 at 23:40

    Ahhhh Vix! Honestly romance isn’t dead, when I met my girlfriend our dates were unbelievable and exciting!! We couldn’t wait to see each other and it was Romantic, even our nights in we would just lie and watch films but we just clicked! When your least expecting it it will happen! <3 Xx

  3. Lucy Hill

    April 2nd, 2016 at 13:41

    I wouldn’t say romance is dead but I definitely agree with what you’re saying. I think it’s all about time. People who want a quick date and a quick meet are normally just out for sex because when it’s lust it’s simply rushed. Someone who takes the time to get to know you, your likes/dislikes is obviously looking to be in it for the long term. I met my partner in strange (quite frankly unromantic circumstances) but all the dates that have happened since have been incredibly romantic because he listens to me and most importantly we met very honestly and openly. I completely agree with someone else’s comment on here about it happening when you stop looking for it. Just have fun and I’m sure you’ll find someone.

  4. Peta

    April 3rd, 2016 at 20:51

    I completely agree with you on many parts of this. It does seem that in this day and age romance isn’t what it once was however the old fashioned, probably rather naive little person deep inside of me, desperately wants to believe that there is that someone for each of us that really will whisk us off our feet. He’s just around the corner…

  5. Amy

    April 21st, 2016 at 11:08

    Your posts are so accurate, my fiancee is very romantic but in the way you described. I would cringe myself into a coma if someone turned up with a load of roses, sang me a song or did any other crazy stereotypical big romantic gesture …

    On one of our first few ‘dates’ we went to the beach and he got me a book of the different marine creatures you can find in rock pools. Doesn’t sound romantic to most people but it really was to me, it showed how much thought he had put into things and how excited he was to spend time with me. That’s what it’s all about.

    I’m definitely team 10%, romance isn’t dead but sadly there are a lot of douchelords.

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