Research shows that the average woman goes out with 24 Mr. Wrongs before she finds Mr. Right. Which got me thinking: how would a Mr. Right plan a Valentine’s Day date versus how a Mr. Wrong would plan such a date? This is how I think it would go down. Keep in mind guys: any one of these suggestions would thrill us – so don’t feel the pressure to do all 7!
Mr. Wrong would say he “was running late, but thought about buying you flowers, and really, it’s the thought that counts, right?”
Mr. Right would create a tailored made bouquet made of flowers which have meaning. For example the blue ones remind him of your blue eyes, the yellow ones remind him of the shape up your lips when you’re sleeping, the red ones remind him of his favorite dress that you wear .. then he includes a card describing each unique meaning.
Mr Wrong might let you share his snickers bar.
Mr. Right would hand pick gourmet chocolates and send them to your office for you and your female co-workers to enjoy.
Mr. Wrong would text or facebook you to ask you out for the date.
Mr. Right would create a customized invitation on Evite to invite you to an exclusive evening with him.
Mr. Wrong would wear something with holes in it or something that doesn’t match.
Mr. Right would wear the outfit you always says how great he looks in it. He also gets your haircut and tries a new cologne!
Mr. Wrong has no clue what to tell you to wear – because he has no clue where he’s taking you.
Mr. Right would send you a gift card to your favorite shop so you can pick out something sexy or fun to wear.
Mr. Wrong emails you that you really should invest in some Blistex, because NYC ‘s cold winter is messing with your lips.
Mr. Right’s Evite has the location, appointment time & paid receipt confirmation # for a manicure, pedicure & facial at the day spa you’ve been dying to try out.
Mr. Wrong tells you to meet him at his workplace.
Mr. Right already reserved his Limo , he’s sprinkled rose petals on the seat, has romantic music like Marvin Gaye or Michael Buble playing and is picking you up at 8:00.
Mr. Wrong hopes he can find a restaurant that can seat you somewhere.
Mr. Right went to OpenTable and made reservations based on your tastes. He’s surprising you with reservations at multiple destinations – one for appetizers and drinks, one for the main meal, and one for dessert – oh and he’s going to order dessert despite her objections!
Mr. Wrong wants to end the night and go back to your place. You could go to his place, but he doesn’t want to wake up his mother .. Oh – and he asks you to split the cab fare.
Mr. Right knows that dinner doesn’t end with the after dinner mints! He wants to amp up the night so he searched for a stylish, upscale hotel lounge with live jazz or an eclectic club where you can dance the night away.
Mr. Wrong borrowed your toothbrush and wants to watch Sportscenter for the rest of the night.
Mr. Right either asks the concierge at the hotel where he reserved a hotel room for the night or he has his cupid chauffeur stock the room/limo with special treats, champagne and strawberries, candlelight/or soft lighting and your favorite tunes… because he knows this is the perfect recipe for a night to remember!
If you want to be a Mr. Right and want to splurge on your date but are low on funds, you can win a FREE limo ride by logging onto Namezook! Just write on the wall the names of you and the date you’d take in the limo – I’ll write about your compatibility on the wall and we’ll draw the winner’s name on February 28th!!
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