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    Romantic is as romantic does

    What does the title mean? Thank you.


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    Re: Romantic is as romantic does

    It comes from handsome is as handsome does. Find the analogies yourself:

    handsome is as handsome does: Information from Answers.com

    Come back if you can't.

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    Re: Romantic is as romantic does

    Having read the analogy, I can't get it still.


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    Re: Romantic is as romantic does

    People who say romantic things are no necessarily romantic. Their doing romantic things will make them romantic. The idea I derive from the expression is that you should not be bowled over by nice words. Actions speak louder than words.

    I hope I am right in thinking that.

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