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    In the last two weeks I've met and got together with a guy at my uni. I didn't know him before, but we just got on really well from the moment we met, and then he asked me out the next day, and everything's happening really quickly. It seems we are now a "couple". Anyway, we went on a date and since then we've been going to each other's houses a lot, and he's cooked me amazing meals and just generally treated me like a princess. I'd like to do something really nice for him, just to let him know that I really appreciate it and that I really like him too. At the moment this would be something non-sexual, as although we are staying at each other's houses a lot, we have not had sex yet. It would also have to be something you can do in the evening, as he's a competitive sportsman, and basically has to train all the time, as well as doing uni work, so the evenings are really the only time when he's free. Any ideas?

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    surprise him by inviting him over and having a romantic dinner all ready on the table with candles and stuff, and wine
    then after you can watch a film or something, and maybe ask him if he wants to sleep over
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    You could take him out for a posh dinner
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    If he's sporty, he might appreciate a good back massage! (not that I like them or anything )

    Learn how to give an effective massage but also pick up on what he likes and responds to most.
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    If you have a safe park type place or somewhere, take him for a midnight picnic with candles and wine and all the types of food he likes. It's something i've always wanted to do, but i have been warned that i probably wouldn't come out ok if alive if i set foot in the park by my house after dark. It's a nice idea, but if you do it you must make sure that wherever you choose to do it is safe for both of you.
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    I ike to leave little notes all over my boyf's room, and tuck them in his wallet etc so he finds them randomly.

    I'd cook him supper, and run him a bath for when he gets back from training so he can relax, then have a yummy healthy dinner and watch a movie (foot massages are always welcome!).
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    I'd like to cook him something really nice, but whatever it is, I can't top what he made for me last night! Guess I'll have to try really hard. Taking him out for dinner would be awesome, but I want to do something which shows I've made an effort. :O
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    Does he like profitaroles? My boyf never gets tired of my profitaroles, he can't get enough of them.
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    Haha. He actually made profiteroles for pudding last night. Weird that you should say that. I feel as though I'm just enjoying it, and not making quite enough effort, not because I don't want to make the effort, but because he's doing all the work. Which is nice, and pretty refreshing, since I normally do a fair bit of the running, but I just want to make sure he knows how much I like him.
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    THe midnight picnic idea is reeeeally sweet, how bout candles all of over your room, a film, and a nice meal, if you can't top what he's cooked, then put more of an effort into the atmosphere.
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    You could always swap the park for your bed, if its a double. Dunno if it would work on a single bed. Make sure you have clean bed linen, Candles all over you room, wine and food laid out on top of your bed, if you have a tv/video/dvd in your room, you can add a movie into the scenario. It doesn't have to get sexual but if eventually you want it to, your in the right place.
 
 
 
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