Whether you've been with your boyfriend for a long time or you've just started dating, talking to him romantically can bring fresh excitement to the relationship. Anyone can be romantic, without even being particularly creative. It is unlikely that your boyfriend will not enjoy compliments and seductive comments. The main point, when talking romantically, is to get your boyfriend's attention, whether through teasing, flirting or flattering. Find the right level between mild humour and over-the-top joking. Being too serious can become overly intense. Too much teasing and joking can also spoil the mood.
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Start complimenting your boyfriend as soon as you meet for a date. You can comment on anything you can think of -- his good looks, his dress, even the way he smells. Remember to have fun and don't be shy. You could say, for example, "Your hair looks really great like that."
Use pet names unique for each other. These can be taken from an experience you both shared, something you made up or cute names, such as "Honey" or "Gorgeous."
Be genuine and subtle. Too much or insincere romantic talking can lose meaning and cause the date to become stale. If you are able to speak in a sexy voice, ensure that it sounds natural, not forced.
Incorporate body language and flirtatious movements with the romantic talking. Touch your boyfriend occasionally and move close to him, and try whispering the romantic talk in his ear.
Consider what topics to talk about. Sharing memories, dreams and fantasies can lead to closeness and romance. You could talk about very personal events in your childhood, to develop a sense of trust, or talk about your ideas for a romantic trip away together.
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