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Doesn't sound realistic to you? Well, Redditor u/Greeferr asked, "People in relationships, what does your S/O do that always makes you smile?" Many people offered a glimpse into their love lives and explained what makes their partner stand out from the rest. From thoughtful spouses to easygoing partners, they proved that people have a different side to them when they're with their signigicant others.

10. The way they gossip

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"When I overhear him and our cat. She will meow in a really dramatic way (her speciality), and he will look at her and say something like 'they did WHAT?! When?' Then Charlie will meow again and he will say things like 'I can't believe them! They're not coming to our dinner party!' He loves to gossip with her."

dmurr2019

9. They made them the perfect tea

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"My late husband made me tea every morning, but gave me a sip of his coffee while i showered. Oh, that shower coffee was magic.

I later learned he actually put ice in my tea and tested the temperature before giving it to me."

deadpandiane

8. When you're always on their mind

"When he's busy he'll send me a single flower or heart emoji so I know he's thinking of me."

The_B0FH

7. They're big softies for animals

"Just to paint a picture: I met my bf while working in the accounting department of a construction co., and he was arguably the toughest project manager there. He's a big burly guy with a really deep voice, who at least at work, comes off as gruff kind of person. When my coworker brought her dog in, and he thought no one was looking, he lit up like a little kid playing fetch with her in a corner of the office. I was the only one who saw him, and it melted my heart. Every time he sees my cat, he goes over to her, says 'hi kitty' in the sweetest voice and showers her with affection. When I see him go all soft and sweet with animals, I fall for him all over again."

misssarahjane

6. How they say certain words

"When I ask her a question, she does this really cute inhale and says 'yeah' at the same time. It's hard to explain and impossible for me to replicate. But it's so adorable and just one of the things I adore about her."

honolulularry

5. Their unique way of hugging

"So, this is so dumb, but it's my favorite. I have been working from home, and I'll be super focused and he will come up behind me and put his shirt over my head and pull me into his belly. It's like a weird hug, but I love that it's random and silly."

SigKapEA752

4. This sexy tradition

"Me and my wife interrupt each other's day at least one time a day to make sure we remind each other that we're both sexy. Sounds weird but it makes my wife blush still after 5 years so far. Sometimes I like to scream it out of no where and make her melt into the blankets."

johnpowers99

3. Every joke is funny

"After he tells a joke, he grows the stupidest crap-eating grin on his face. Always makes me laugh even if the joke wasn't funny"

donniedorko28

2. How they delegate chores

"All of my laundry. In return I feed the cats every day bc she doesn't like the smell. She folds it and stuff too. It's great."

CivandCocktails

1. Their love for rocking out

"He loves power metal ballads - when he is in his office upstairs and I'm in mine downstairs, I occasionally hear him belt out a few notes as he sings along while working. Always makes me smile, just hearing him jamming and doing his thing."

1upbuttercup

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