A delivery service catering to the less-than-romantic crowd could soon make its way to Northern Colorado, turning "bad" boyfriends into "better" boyfriends.

Let's face it, relationships are tough - and guys are beginning to realize that women want to (and deserve to) be treated like a queen. But at the end of the day, not all of us are born romantics.

That's where Betterboyfriend.me comes in.

According to Fortune, the home delivery system works to bring presents and dates to men's doorsteps, making the wooing process more streamlined and automatic.

Like other subscription services like BarkBox and Ipsy, Betterboyfriend.me sends its clients picnic baskets, vouchers for romantic boat rides, in-home massages, and other romantic dates. This monthly service ranges from $50 to $125 per month, and the company has already taken on at least 350 clients in the Bay Area alone, where the company is based. (Another fun fact: the owner makes $17,000 per month on this business!)

Now, Betterboyfriend.me plans to expand its boyfriend-improvement model along the West Coast, and eventually offer services nationwide.

I personally think everyone in the United States would benefit from this service - not only boyfriends, but girlfriends, husbands, and wives, as well. Could this be the next best thing to couples counseling? I'm not sure about that, but the service does force you to hold yourself accountable to paying attention to your mate in an attempt to make the relationship "work" as long as possible - hopefully forever, right!?!

If and when Northern Colorado gets a service like Betterboyfriend.me, we can definitely see a lot of craft brewing and yoga classes, romantic guided hikes, cozy hot air balloon flights over a beautiful Front Range sunrise, sexy boat rides on Horsetooth Reservoir, and the like.

Would you use a service like Betterboyfriend.me if it came to Northern Colorado? I'd love to hear what you think! Either shoot me an email or connect with me on Twitter to let me know your thoughts.