Best Ways to Say goodnight to your girlfriend


Use social media

My girlfriend uses Instagram and TikTok before sleeping and I surprise her every night with a sweet good night message followed by kiss emojis. If you two are in a new relationship, you can text a simple goodbye. If you are comfortable with her, send a goodnight message with hearts and kisses.

Other than that, you can post a photo with her on Instagram to surprise her on Instagram. Sending a streak/snap with a goodnight message is yet another way to make your girl happy before she sleeps.

Written by Alex Bush
9 months ago

Use cute words

Cute yet short quotes make your loved one feel special and send them to dreamland right away. I usually use, goodnight sleep, tight, don’t let the bedbugs bite’. It is old but old. However, you can use the original too. It is not the words only. The delivery of the message counts too. Once my girlfriend was sleeping next to me and I put her to sleep by whispering a lullaby in her ear.

Enhance the meaning of your words by repeating them. For example, I always tell my girlfriend that she is on my mind 24/7 and I will surely see her in my dreams.

Written by Nick Heath
3 years ago

Bring in some action

I make my girlfriend happy at night by leaving a sweet yet short note next to her pillow every single day. I try to avoid hilarious, pick-up lines as my girlfriend hates it. But I romanticize the aura by using love quotes. If your girl has trouble sleeping, you can make her a bedtime snack. I put chocolates on her pillows during that time of the month.

If you are best friends, you can even start a pillow fight. I have not had a pillow fight but we pamper each other every other night by rubbing backs. 

Written by Ricky Little
1 year ago

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