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    (Original post by Sternumator)
    I could probably write a book on this and still wouldn't have covered everything. Its to broad a question.

    On the spontaneity point, I like to carefully consider things and plan though I'm happy for those plans to change. I occasionally do last minute things like "lets go to France this weekend" but I'm not sure if that even counts because I still plan it even if I only have a day to do so.

    I think long term relationships are inevitably going to be about routine. I couldn't live with an impulsive person because I think they make poor decisions.
    I agree
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    http://tinyurl.com/zjzbujk

    ^this couples relationship...
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      - We'd live in a small cozy flat
      - And we'd have a huge friendly doggo
      - And we'd watch tv shows together
      - And we'd travel all around the world (mostly by train because trains are great)
      - And laugh our arses off all the time
      - Kinky
      - And we'd do random kind stuff like giving food to homeless folks or anonymously give money to those who need it because they have a severe sickness/etc
      - And we'd dance to 80s songs (mostly Depeche Mode and The Smiths)

      Eh I know my standards are high but hope dies last so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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      (Original post by Anonymous)
      http://tinyurl.com/zjzbujk

      ^this couples relationship...
      Yasssss! Goals
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      (Original post by tamil fever)
      The perfect relationship is no relationship
      LOL????? What
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      - We'd live in a small cozy flat
      - And we'd have a huge friendly doggo
      - And we'd watch tv shows together
      - And we'd travel all around the world (mostly by train because trains are great)
      - And laugh our arses off all the time
      - Kinky
      - And we'd do random kind stuff like giving food to homeless folks or anonymously give money to those who need it because they have a severe sickness/etc
      - And we'd dance to 80s songs (mostly Depeche Mode and The Smiths)

      Eh I know my standards are high but hope dies last so ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
      This is like a typical film ...
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      (Original post by melanies321)
      This is like a typical film ...
      well, it is an "ideal"...
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      A 'perfect' relationship will differ from person to person but for me it would involve being with someone who brings out the best in you, where you push each other to achieve all you know each other can do. Being completely comfortable in the other persons presence so you can literally just be yourself and they'll love you for who you are, there's no pressure or facade. Something raw and real that's passionate enough to last, a rarity these days.
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      with someone I can belly laugh with , cry with laughter , someone I can talk to all day long and not run out of things to say. To sit in a room with no tv no phones and just chat with.
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      Natural, both sides making the same amount of effort, comfortable, honest...just naturally and truly in love.

      Im probably too cynical for that tbh.
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      with myself
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      with myself
      Mood 🙂
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      I think being in a relationship is all about commitment and in an ideal world it would be if you could travel together and take loads of cute pictures. The way a guy/girl acted like trying to get the girl will remain constant so you will be constantly on that flirting cute vibe .. Idk maybe I have high expectations
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      For me, it may be a bit different to others:
      Someone which doesn't require all of your attention and is fine with you socialising and focusing on work.
      Someone like minded with view about the world.
      Someone who had a similar future once mind.
      Someone who you can truest trust and rely on.
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      When you truly connect with each other.

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      There isn't really a specific answer to that question. It's more of how an individual interprets it. I personally believe that no relationship is perfect but a good relationship is built on trust, loyalty and a balance of emotional love as well as physical. Every relationship has it's down and up's but everyone is different, each person worldwide is looking for different things in a person. If you feel comfortable opening up to your partner and feel like they are your best friend as well as your lover, I would say that's a good relationship. It's all down how to one interprets it
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