Can you please give me a list of ideas and WPC for the silly/cute/heart-warming things this couple would do? One is a police officer (serious type) and the other's a mafia lord (drama queen).
//Sure thing. However, I must say that you, as the writer of your couple, would probably know what they like.
- Staying home to watch a movie or make a meal together.
- Going out to eat or to a picnic.
- Going to a museum or art gallery.
- If any of them like to read, maybe they spend time a book store or library.
- Maybe they go out to sample wine.
- A hike or maybe skiing. Some sort of outdoor activity.
- Hot springs or a spa day.
- A walk downtown, to window shop or see the sights.
- A trip to the beach, if it’s nearby, or a lake.
- How about some romantic dancing?
- Revisiting where they first met.
- Maybe one of them likes to watch birds in the woods.
- Going out to see an improv/comedy show.
- Carnivals or amusement parks.
- Serenading each other, if they’re cheesy like that.
- Writing poems about each other, even if they end up goofing about halfway through.
- A nice stroll through the botanical gardens.
- A small road trip is always fun.
- Consider going to their local animal shelter to pet the animals.
- Dinner party with friends.
- Going apple picking.
- Local flea market or farmers market.
- Browse an antiques store.
- Take a local tour through a haunted building (professional tour; exploring abandoned buildings is dangerous).
- Kayaking or going for bicycle ride.
- Skydiving or bungee jumping.
- Go to an arcade and let loose.
- Go to a bar and play pool.
- Go bowling.
- Seeing a concert together.
- Mini golf.
- Horseback riding.
- Rollerskating or ice skating.
- Take a pottery class.
- Play instruments for each other (bonus if they can’t play instruments at all)
- Watch a musical.
“Try not to make a scene.”
“I hope you don’t mind what I have planned for this evening.”
“Look, this was the best thing I could think of in such a short amount of time.”
“If I’m not swooning, you’re doing something wrong.”