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Date A Guy Who Buys You Ice Cream


I know, I know... The 'Date' or 'Don't Date A Guy Who' blog title is such a cliché. However, I haven't had my version, so let me be. Note that I wrote 'buys you ice cream' and not 'likes ice cream' because almost everyone likes to have some serving.

Me and my amazing beau are celebrating another milestone in our relationship and just like a much anticipated movie, this one's worth the wait. Anniversaries are always a good time to honor one's beloved - so here's some excerpt of love.

Date a guy who buys you ice cream. They're the one who knows how to cherish every flavor of life and appreciate each and every moment. They are always up for the surprise. They don't worry whether the new flavor is good or if it's worth the buck, all they wanted was to savor the experience. They buy you ice cream so you too can do the same.

Date a guy who buys you ice cream when your day didn't go as planned, and you get frustrated or upset, this guy just know how to soothe your aching head. They are most of the time calm, cool, and collected just like a tasty cup of ice cream.

Date a guy who buys you ice cream when you're mad, sad, or your hormones kicking in. They know you're just having a bad day and they're always willing to listen when you rant about work or life in general.

Date a guy who buys you ice cream even if you're not feeling blue. They know that diamonds aren't always a "girl's bestfriend," chocolates aren't so bad, and ice creams won't always make you fat. Nevertheless, if it does add a pound to your weight, they will still love you the same and support your next diet campaign.

Date a guy who buys you ice cream after long walks, hikes and rides, and especially when you're in the beach feeling the breeze. They have the same inner desire to travel and they know that the journey sometimes can be better than the destination. They love to sleep when alone, but when seated next to someone they love, the conversation won't cease no matter how bumpy the road is.

Date a guy who buys you ice cream, they will appreciate you for who you are and who you're not. You may have awful breakouts, bad hair days, flaws and all, but they'll buy you anyway. They're the ones who may look distant and cold, but when you let them in, they know how to warm your heart. When you're with them, time will freeze and everything seems pleasant. The taste of their company will always be better than any of your taste buds could try.

And when you finally found and dated one, be sure to buy them ice cream too, and never let them go.


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