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  1. #6
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    @rkrd : thanks I love Alaric & Winslow .
    @ottilie : thanks I love Gawain , Lancelot , Sagramore ( swoon ! ) , Orlando , Hector & Eglamour . Especially Sagramore which i will proprably add as a middle somewhere .
    @can90 : thanks I love Heahcliff , Leonardo , Orlando , Quentin , Victor & Marcellus .
    @balloonsforellie : thanks I love Bram !! And i LOVE the image you get !

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    I'am eternally, devastatingly romantic, and I thought people would see it because 'romantic' doesnt mean 'sugary.'
    Its dark and tormented - the furor of passion, the despair of an idealism that you can't attain.

    They make me feel sad. "What's good about sad?" It's happy for deep people.



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  2. #8
    Nico is a pretty romantic name to me.

    Then there's Jack, which I find still has a touch of the vintage romance about it.

    More obscurely I suppose there's Apollo and Angelo, which while not classically lucky in the love district have a very romantic feel to them.

    Matthias maybe?
    Tallulah, Persephone, Eris, Saskia, Natasha, Zhanna, Matthias, Andreas, Dean, Isaac, Jude, Christopher, Caleb, Victor, Fabian, Skyler, Dexter, Cecily, Alannah, Savannah, Hester, Britta, Xanthe, Temperence, Violetta, Anton, Anatoly, Maksym, Ilya, Raphael, Gabriel, Xanthe, Carmen, Electra, Dahlia.

  3. #10
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    Donovan
    Shepard
    Orrin
    Jude
    Sebastian(though I have a hard time thinking of a nn for that one)
    Benedict
    Knight(though I wish there was a Knightly)
    Kennedy, for some reason.
    Dominic

  4. #12
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  5. #14
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    Tarquin

    seems to me far more romantic than Romeo. I teach high school English and a boy named that would be in misery.

    It depends what one considers romantic. I like English men with white skin and dark hair and eyes who are arrogant yet attractive (not to marry, they just seem romantic to me).

    Hence Tarquin.

    Rafael sounds romantic too.

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