A situation in which a person in a relationship, generally the male, starts to become MORE romantic as the relationship goes past the dating phase (and maybe even start becoming more years after). Generally, people tend to be romantic only in the very beginning of their relationships, and become less enthusiastic and romantic for the remainder of the relationship. Reverse Romanticism would be the opposite.

See Reverse Romantic
"Usually I date men that start romantic, but stop being romantic in about 2 months into our relationship. Dennis didn't start becoming truly romantic until we were married! He opens my door now, buys me flowers, and even treats me like a queen after 7 years of being together. I asked him "why now"?, and he said he would rather give me a genuine lifetime of romance, than just the temporary romance most guys show in the beginning. He wanted our relationship to be more fun, romantic, and get BETTER with time. I love Reverse Romanticism!"
by DCacoLovesRach May 12, 2010

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