TMI Tuesday #37

  • Should romantic gifts be memorable or do they have to be useful?

70% useful, 30% memorable. It is memorable because of its uses. For example, I am very fond of giving a book, lingerie or cologne as gifts. So, every time she uses the cologne or sees herself in lingerie or remember that part of a story, it reminds her of me.

  • How would you like to spend a special day with your significant other?

Naked in a warm bed, never seeing the need to put on clothes.

  • Is celebrating Valentine’s Day dated and melodramatic?

I don’t see anything wrong with it.

  • What place would you like to visit with:
  • your best friend?

A pub, an army surplus store, or spend a day hiking at some woods

  • your significant other?

A bookstore, A fancy hotel or a restaurant

  • your parent(s)?

My Brother’s gravesite and somewhere in the province

  • Overall would you say your past romantic relationships resemble a:
  • horror film
  • mystery thriller
  • romantic comedy
  • porn
  • drama

Porn! But has elements of everything mentioned above.

Bonus: Are you in a rut? How so?

Nope. Regardless of how it seems, everything is great. Last week, I enrolled myself for a writing course on Udemy. Some of the investments I’ve made over the past months are starting to generate some interest. Love life and sex life is great, I have a wonderful woman despite the distance. I got 3 new shoes from Steve Madden and a bunch of new clothes. Fathering has been great, we did a bunch of things, thought her how to do a narrative. She wanted to write her own stories; a child’s imagination is awesome! Finally, blogging is great! Everything is great despite its setbacks.

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  1. Yay! New shoes! Bookstores and gravesites. 🙏🏻
    BTW-mentioned blogging to my male friend—you came up in conversation and he said “gentleman in barbarian’s….wait—I’ve heard of that blog.” 👍

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      1. Really? Interesting. How does that work?
        When I was a kid I liked to polish my dad’s leather work shoes. Wing tips.
        I know what you mean about the smell of shoe polish. Happy memories 🙂 an art really.

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      2. I do it by applying a very thin layer darker shade of shoe polish…. But you have to be really careful not to ruin the shoes. =)

        I love wingtips!

        I think men should develop a habit of cleaning and polishing his own shoes! =)


      3. No don’t ruin your shoes! I totally agree—developing a habit of caring for your shoes is important for both men and women!

        Those times spent with my dad—him showing me the proper way to apply the polish with a brush and then buff with a soft cloth—very sweet and still to this day I think of him when I clean my own boots (I admit-I am a boot kinda gal).

        I hope you’ll teach your daughter this life skill too. It’s a self-respect thing 🙂

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      4. I totally agree! I love it so much that i made an entire post for it.
        And yes, my daugther always have that curious look everytime i clean my shoes on sundays.

        I love boots! Ive been eyeing a new chukka for sometime now! =)

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