Romance is any affectionate act that takes place between lovers, wherein one partner woos the other. It can serve as foreplay, though not necessarily; it's aimed at the emotions rather than just the sex drive. It is used to establish and maintain intimacy and emotional closeness in a sexual relationship.
Anything from simply expressing your love for the other, to taking them out for an evening activity, can serve as romance.
True romance is doing something special or unexpected for someone you love, even though you don't have to. Romance isn't a greeting card, it isn't Valentine's Day, it isn't a box of chocolates, and it certainly isn't a dozen roses (unless you like that sort of thing). Real romance is not what modern society has been taught to think it is. Real romance isn't manufactured. It is completely individual. Romance is for showing the person you love that you're thinking about them. It shouldn't feel forced. There are no limits to romance; it can be shown by a handwritten note, by going for a walk, or even by making someone a sandwich. Romance is something simple and sweet that reminds your partner why they fell in love with you in the first place.
"John, just sitting out here with you watching the sky is all the romance I need."
Romance is dead - it was acquired in a hostile takeover by Hallmark and Disney, homogenized, and sold off piece by piece
Young Girl: I want romance.
Young boy (to himself): i better buy this girl a greeting card and fast
the most weirdest yet exiting feeling ever to be felt in this universe. love
dude 1:man im feeling romance with my girl
dude2: that must be weird
A way of showing someone you care. Someone you love, like or choose to cherish.
Romance can keep a relationship alive, or help it begin.
The air was filled with romance as the couple leaned in for their first kiss.
Kyle took her out for a romantic night, to show her how much he cares for her.
that missing thing in all of your failed
relationships. part of the reason it didn't work out/you lost the spark. Life's hard enough when you're just bumping uglies and changing diapers. Doing it up once in a while doesn't equate. Remember variety is the spice of life.
Giacomo Casanova was a romantic type seducer. He was never a selfish lover, gave women the romance they needed in their life. Yes, he flew in and out like a southerly breeze, but their lives were always left in the better for it.
when you and your partner can understand eachother completely without saying a word, and then having a threesome with an animal
Anu is romance