Men have stopped making romantic gestures

275x250.jpgUK men have dumped traditional romantic gestures, with just one in five buying flowers for their better half in the past 12 months.

A study of 2,000 Brits also found that only one in 20 have sent a love letter and only one in six have been out for a candlelit dinner.

54 percent of those in a relationship even admitted to having not held hands in public in the last year.

Asked how they show their affection for their partner 46 percent said they would send her a text message... and 32 percent said the would do the washing up.

If you are one of the men who plans to do the washing up on Valentines Day and tell your better half 'that' is how much you lover her, we'd be interested in hearing how that works out. 
Relationships expert, Christine Webber, said of the survey which was carried out by Häagen-Dazs: "Romance is a vital part of any relationship and it’s the small thoughtful gestures that often melt the heart when the going gets tough.

"With the increasing demands of modern life so often taking their toll on our relationships, it’s really important that we make the time and effort to rekindle romance with our partners.”
 
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