FHM's 28 Days of Romansahan has ended. We're already suffering from separation anxiety so we're recalling all the lessons we've learned and put it in one giant article!
Like a summer fling, February's over quick, and so is our month-long guide for everything pag-ibig, romansahan, and sexy time.
For 28 days, FHM.com.ph assaulted you and catapulted at your gates an 18-wheeler truck's worth of love advice. It had been February after all, the love month, and we figured you'd need all the love that you can get.
Today, it's already March, but we could all still use some love advice, couldn't we?
So here now is a recap of FHM.com.ph's 28 Days Of Romansahan!
Most of what we know about love today we learned from the media we've consumed. From John Lloyd movies to chick flicks to sexy music to video games, pop culture has educated us in the ways of love. Here are some of the lessons we've learned:
As men, we don't always know what to do in order to make a girl feel super nice inside. We're more simple beings. And women? Well, it takes a little more skill in order to make them feel special. Here's our lineup of kilig tips:
Like kilig tips, we're always caught off guard when our girl asks us: "O, saan tayo tonight?" To avoid replying with a dumb look, here's our lineup of stories angled to improve your date nights:
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