Every couple develops it’s own little world of affection. It’s like a micro-culture they keep all to themselves. It starts simply enough with a pet name, and then quickly goes downhill with an injoke that’s had years to develop. Before you know it you’re trying to bite each others feet or something. Suffice to say you never tell your friends about this weird behaviour, but on the internet there’s no such thing as oversharing. So the crowd over at Reddit have admitted some of the cute and often weird things they get up to with their significant other.
Every morning he puts my socks on me. He wakes me up, then wakes my feet up… When he takes the blanket off of my feet he says “Good morning feeties! How are you guys this morning?!” At this point I’m BARELY awake, but I feel like it genuinely disappoints him if my feet don’t “respond”, so I have to wiggle my toes. If I do wiggle them, he says “The feeties say it’s gonna be a good morning!”, and if I don’t, he – in a very serious tone – says “Feeeeties, don’t be gruuuumpyy!” and I then have to wiggle my toes anyways. He will then kiss both big toes and put my socks on, then go about his morning. I have always been a terribly grumpy person in the mornings, but waking up to him is like waking up in a Disney movie. We’re gross and adorable and he’s perfect.
I have always been a terribly grumpy person in the mornings, but waking up to him is like waking up in a Disney movie.
We have this game where we try to score points by kissing each other on the cheek. Whoever has the most points by the end of the day, wins. There is no reward to winning, except bragging rights. This game started and the rules were made without either one of us ever officially stating we had such a game or rule, it just ended up happening. It’s completely childish and innocent. And I love it.
We sing random songs to each other slowly in a creepy “cat voice” and at some point during the song the person singing will grasp the others arm super gently and accentuate one lyric dramatically
Sometimes when we’re kissing, we kind of pull away from each other, but only a little. So we end up sitting with our faces touching, but not kissing, sometimes for quite a while. It’s actually really peaceful and intimate.
Weird kisses. It makes both of us laugh.
Like… Super awkwardly open-lipped, hard-sucking kisses. Or we’ll just randomly blow out through pursed lips to make the farting/raspberry noise while our lips are touching.
Um, well… We squeak at each other as a form of communication. There are many kinds of squeaks that convey different meanings, like “I’m grumpy” or “I need snuggles” or “Where are you?” or just “Pay attention to me.” It’s kind of a mini-language we use.
I fully anticipate that, two years from now, when I come back after work and send out my “I’m home!” squeak I’ll hear two welcome squeaks in return.
I’m pregnant at the moment and I know our baby is going to hear us squeaking and learn it… I fully anticipate that, two years from now, when I come back after work and send out my “I’m home!” squeak I’ll hear two welcome squeaks in return.
So my husband and I have this thing we do called “Panic Penguin.” Basically, we face each other and start acting like panicked penguins (flapping little penguins arms up and down, hopping up and down) for an extended amount of time. There’s not really a point to it other than it just makes us laugh, and I’m sure if anyone else saw it, it would look really really weird.
Have entire, word for word, conversations from a movie we watch regularly. Never planned out or anything. It’ll start because of something relevant comes up somehow and we’ll do the whole scene. The movie is virtually all talking so we can do it next to each other, in different rooms, or even over text.
My husband and I will do ‘no bones’ – where if we are standing by each other one of us will say ‘no bones’ and fall into his arms limp (as if we have no bones)… It’s so dumb but gives us the giggles every time! 🙂