A Kiss Is Still Tops For The Most Romantic Behavior
The stores right now are filled with pink and red. Pink hearts, pink candy, red balloons and a billion Valentine’s Day gift ideas. Hey, Valentine’s Day is just a week away. However, love is in the air right now. Did you know this is Celebration of Love Week?
Celebration of Love Week wraps up on February 11th. With love on your mind, see what you think of this list of most romantic behaviors. It was put together by a professor at Bowling Green State University who did several studies on romantic behavior. This is what adults 18-79 told him was the most romantic behavior:
1. The kiss tops the list. Enough said.
2. Flowers, both getting them and giving them.
3. Dinner without the kids. Could be dinner out or having a homemade candlelit dinner at home, just the two of you.
4. Talking. Shocking isn’t it? Good communication is a wonderful thing.
5. Holding hands.
6. The hug. The unexpected hug, such as first thing in the morning after the alarm goes off.
7. Sharing outdoor activities, like taking a walk on the beach, an impromptu picnic or a swim by the light of the moon. I’d put this one much higher than at seventh. Walks on the beach are wonderful.
8. Gifts. Unexpected gifts are great.
9. Walking. In the rain, in the moonlight.
10. Touching. Playing with your hair, a hand on the knee, etc.
What romantic behavior tops your list?