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Posted By: Still_Crazy Treasure Hunt - 02/10/08 12:36 PM
Last year for Valentine's Day i did a sort of "treasure hunt" so to say for my H.

I wrote four or five little four sentence poems that lead him to different locations in the house until he got to his gift.

Here is an example of the first one "Roses are red, violets are blue, when you get to your razor, you will find another clue....

His gift technically was for both of us as it was a sexy nightie <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/blush.gif" alt="" />
Posted By: hurtingbadly Re: Treasure Hunt - 02/10/08 02:48 PM
SC - would you mind sharing your other clues?
Posted By: Still_Crazy Re: Treasure Hunt - 02/10/08 11:43 PM
I don't really rember the ones in between. I rember the first one (which i already posted) and the last one which was on the outside of the box the nightie was in. It said: "This is for me, this is for you, I'll put it on and you'll know what to do.... <img src="/ubbt/images/graemlins/wink.gif" alt="" />
Posted By: _Ace_ Re: Treasure Hunt - 02/12/08 03:26 PM
Great idea, Still Crazy. My DS sent his GF on treasure hunt when he proposed to her.....10 people, 5 stops during finals week prep at college.....yup, that's what our parent loan paid for!!!!

Anyhow, thanks for sharing and I appreciate your post on the F. infidelity thread.

You're welcome to take a recovery break with mvg and me and many others on the Vacation thread......everyone is welcome, in fact.

Glad you posted your romantic idea. My strange story gets lonely down here on the Romance forum all alone for so many months.

Posted By: AsuDad Re: Treasure Hunt - 02/24/08 05:33 PM
My wife did this for me for our first anniversary. Left notes all around the house. It was fun and had me "looking forward" to the evening.
She also did this to me, and once to the kids for Christmas. It sure livens things up.
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