A Valentine's Surprise For Sail....and should the guy always have to be the one who plans VDay?  

rm_PurryKitty2 48M/49F
12865 posts
2/11/2006 5:31 am

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A Valentine's Surprise For Sail....and should the guy always have to be the one who plans VDay?

"There's a strange dichotomy in our thoughts about Valentine's Day. On one hand, for people in relationships, particularly males, it's a lurking albatross, a day wrought with artificial expectations. Guys dread the day because they know that their significant other will be anticipating something romantic and touching and special. Women dread it because they're smart enough to know they shouldn't have such high hopes for one silly day and nevertheless can't help but be disappointed when those hopes inevitably fall short. (And they always do.)"

After reading this in an article, it actually made me sad that I always put such high demands on Sail for Valentine's Day and it made me not want to do it anymore so this year I am surprising him and noooooooo I am not planning to come out the bedroom in some thong with a whip. He saw the Curious George Movie advertisement the other day and said "I love Curious George. He was my favorite as a kid" I had no idea he liked him this much so I ordered him a 14" plush doll (which better come today or I will be pissed), I am calling him on Tuesday and telling him to meet me at the mall at 4 p.m. taking him to see the Curious George movie, and afterwards taking him to a very nice Italian Restaurant.

I dont think that Valentine's Day should always have to be planned by the man, do you?

Purry {=}


Deepthroat215 52M
328 posts
2/11/2006 9:02 am

I think it's refreshing to see you planning it. It has always been my job.

I am going to surprise her this year (you probably saw my posts on that) and it should be a good time.

Have fun, and I loved Curious George as well 0 my son (7) is reading them now!

rm_bucfannn 61M/60F
2110 posts
2/11/2006 9:50 am

Very nice idea. I know he will be surprised and very happy.

I'm very romantic, and when I was married, I always did the planning. But, he was never thrilled nor happy, as he always said I was "wasting money". Well, my views haven't changed, but, this year, I'm alone. I'll buy myself something, and enjoy the solitude


toothysmile 50M
16515 posts
2/11/2006 10:37 am

OK, where do I leave my heart-shaped box of chocolates?... ...

PrincessKarma 43F
6188 posts
2/11/2006 2:20 pm

Hell, I plan dates for my guy (when I have one) whenever I can. I like to show him I care in little ways like taking the pressure off of him datewise.

The Big Bang was the mother of all orgasms.PrincessKarma

rm_4yousexyeyes 105F
307 posts
2/11/2006 4:15 pm

I would love to have someone to plan for, but I am also ok with not having. Being a former florist, I have mixed feelings. But right now I would be tickled with a nice dinner followed by some great sex.

rm_molittle69 45M
117 posts
2/11/2006 10:25 pm

just love a woman who knows how to step up to the plate, he's a lucky man...


hope he knows how to resiprocate! (i'm sure he does, because no woman as beautiful, self-confident and inteligent as yourself would put up with him if he didn't). hope you take the opportunity to try something new from the menu, maybe even order for him!

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