For me, I love when a guy finds out what I want to eat and orders it for me. Tucks me under a blanket on the couch if I'm cold or stretches it over my feet. Opens doors (if it is feasible, if I am there first I do it myself of course). Physically, Initiates a kiss, hug or make out session or is a bit more aggressive in bed. Those types of things. Things that would be considered "pampering" such as a cup of coffee in bed or making sure I had what I needed whenever.
An interesting sidebar is how these play into supposed "nice guy" behaviors, some are alpha behaviors, some are protection such as a hand on your back crossing the street or whatever.
I realize my age plays a lot into my expectations of what might be termed "chivalrous" behavior and some of you younger girls may not appreciate it, and that's cool. Older guys are more likely to do these things, younger may not, that's cool too.
Guys, if you do any of these is it automatic and subconscious? Is it how you were raised? Instinctive or thought about?
This is a simple discussion, no right or wrong, and no need to bash anyone personally for opinions that differ. I am curious to see how the answers differ between younger, in between and older girls/guys.
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Tucked her under blankets: check
Opened doors: check (I do that for women in general... if anyone is pissed by that, I really don't give a shit)
Initiates kisses, make out sessions, and sex: check
Literally swept her off her feet and carried her off to bed for sex: check
Order for her: never (dunno, it strikes me as childish)
Why did I do this? I wanted to, and so did she. I also think my father and mother, when I was young, were very much in love and very affectionate to each other. They sort of lost their way when they got older, but it was very instructive for me to SEE that mommy and daddy loved each other.2