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Anyone in a relationship has at one point expected their partner to read their minds. We all have different ideals when it comes to romance, and you can't be on the same page ALL the time. But if their partners knew what they wanted, they'd be able to knock those expectations out of the park.

u/RockieRockie asked: Girls, what is the one thing a guy can do that will melt your heart?


This is so sweet.

Give me a genuine compliment and remember things I told him.

Isuckatthishelpme

The girl I used to date told me I should start to forget stuff because I remember literally everything she tells me and she says it's creepy. I don't do it on purpose. When i'm genuinely interested in someone I will automatically remember all the good and bad things they say.

FSYPulse

But....everybody is dying if you really think about it.

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Forehead kisses.

kittenandkettlebells

My wife hates it.

She says you only kiss kids, dead or dying people on the forehead.

schoblovski

Awwww.

Watching them play with kids or animals. Just take my heart already.

MissSunshine87

Had to scroll too far to find "loves animals." Seeing a guy get all worked up over a puppy will actually make me tear up a little.

Dusty_Old_Bones

Melting.

Brush my hair out of my face.

DuquesaDeLaAlameda

Yeah, I used to do it with my ex, she would melt faster than an ice cream.

UnlikelyBid

It costs nothing to be kind.

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Kindness. What can I say, I have a sweet spot for sweet men.

itsbeebetch

Example of a kind act you'd appreciate?

jpredd

Hmmm. I'm a simple gal.

Treating customer service with respect. Checking up on someone having a rough time. Picking up something someone drops. Smiling at strangers.

You can tell some people are naturally kind hearted based on those actions.

itsbeebetch

Hugs are the best.

Just hug me when I'm not feeling like talking.

WWhandsome

I'd love to, but I'm always afraid of her being weirded out and thinking that I'm a weirdo.

Maxxikcze

Is it someone you hug otherwise? If so, then you can do it without being weird. Asking can I hug you or do you want a hug is good, too, as long as you understand that a potential no isn't a personal slight against you

bulbasauuuur

I'll take those tacos and wine, thanks!

The real answer that no girl is going to tell you: FEED WHEN HUNGRY.

qb89dragon

Here's some tacos and wine.

magikot

B*tches love tacos and wine.

klousGT

I don't believe that anybody feels the way I do.

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My husband makes the cutest face whenever he's focusing intently on something! Big fan haha

breedlesbean

My boyfriend makes the g**damn cutest face when he's playing guitar, it seriously melts me.

(Also I know you're reading this s**thead, love you).

bakermillerfloyd

So anyway, here's wonderwall.

needs_more_zoidberg

Awwwww.

My fiancé moved three hours away for school. One day, when he came to visit his family, he told me, "You should take your parents next time you visit me, I miss them." I started crying in front of his family.

My parents mean the world to me, so it melted my heart when he expressed that my parents mean a lot to him too.

CchrisstinaA

Oh NO.

Being genuinely kind and having emotional intelligence.

tinklespark

What about being an emotional genius?

/strokes neckbeard

omaca

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