The special day of love is just around the corner. With Valentine's Day around, people in love are busy pulling up their socks to make this day one of the most memorable experiences of their partner's life. But what about the ones who still haven't been able to express their feelings to the person they love? Yes, yes we know that you're scared and we certainly empathize with you, but you're doing nobody a favour by keeping things bottled up in yourself. For all you know, your special someone might not be having even the slightest hint about your feelings! There obviously can't be a better opportunity than Valentine's Day to confess your love. But don't just scare her with such a sudden confession because that might also lead to a negative answer or even a crack in your friendship. Instead, drop some subtle hints before you propose and ensure a surprised reaction rather than a shocked one! Here's where we come to your help.
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- Drop little hints in your regular phone or text conversations. Insert these hints in between general conversations rather than purposely bringing up such topics. Make sure that such sentences are heard and acknowledged. If you're questioned further, calmly change the topic. It's all about leaving them guessing. But remember to not sound creepy because that would ultimately change the entire scenario.
- Ask them about their plans for Valentine's Day. Tell them that you have some plans in mind regarding the both of you. Don't give away the details of your actual arrangements. Mention random movies that you guys could watch together or probably visit a common friend on that day. You just want your partner to doubt your actions and be perplexed right until the final moment.
- When you'll be planning the entire proposal, you'll need a few details about them. It could be their favourite song, favourite cuisine or their favourite kind of flowers and chocolates. We generally tend to gather such information secretly from their friends. Do not do that! You could ask these questions directly to your partner in a general conversation. Don't make it seem as if it's an investigation; make it look like you two are sharing your interests with each other.
The mistake of not dropping hints before actually getting down on your knees could also bring you to the verge of rejection. Even in the worst case when your love is not reciprocated, you will get to know about it beforehand rather than coming to terms with it at such a crucial moment. Use these tips to drop hints before you propose this Valentine's Day.
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