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what do men want for valentines?

 
 
Tue 9 Feb, 2010 05:13 pm
i have been dating this guy for a year 1/2 and i have no idea what to get him this will be our first valentines together (the last one we were both working) i'm 18 and he is 22. (maybe helpful)
 
djjd62
 
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Tue 9 Feb, 2010 05:18 pm
@la3horen,
as a guy i never wanted anything for valentines day, and have been lucky enough to date a couple of girls who didn't care about it either
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Ionus
 
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Tue 9 Feb, 2010 05:28 pm
@la3horen,
Perhaps a romantic dinner...he gets dinner and you get romance.
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tsarstepan
 
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Tue 9 Feb, 2010 05:30 pm
@la3horen,
Chocolate truffles and lots of em would be nice.
emshae
 
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Tue 9 Feb, 2010 05:39 pm
@la3horen,
i would give him a kiss but im 15 so u really dont want to listen to me.
djjd62
 
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Tue 9 Feb, 2010 05:41 pm
@emshae,
plus you shouldn't kiss her boyfriend Very Happy
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Ionus
 
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Tue 9 Feb, 2010 05:41 pm
@tsarstepan,
You want them to buy a pig, fly to France and dig for truffles ? That doesnt sound very romantic even if they allowed the pig on a plane. Remember...pigs cant fly...
Ionus
 
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Tue 9 Feb, 2010 05:42 pm
@emshae,
I was probably at my most romantic at the age of 15. Of course we want to listen to you...
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Green Witch
 
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Tue 9 Feb, 2010 05:50 pm
@la3horen,
I'm one of those women who thinks Valentine's Day is a silly marketing event, but I would suggest you cook him his favorite food for dinner and serve it while wearing a sexy dress. For most men, good food and a sexy woman is a great gift - probably in that order.
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sullyfish6
 
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Tue 9 Feb, 2010 08:58 pm
This is a holiday that means much more to women than men. So take it easy and just make a nice dinner and give him a nice card. Let him be romantic to you, if he can. If he's smart, he will make it a big deal for you.

If not, you will have to educate him, kindly, to the fact that there can be immense benefits to the man who makes Valentine's day a big event.

Pity the fool who does not realize that . . .
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Diest TKO
 
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Wed 10 Feb, 2010 01:19 am
Small sentimental gifts are good for V-day. Give him a picture of you two in a frame. Focus the evening more on being together and not on gift giving.

Additionally, offer him a brown chicken and a brown cow. You'd be amazed at how men react to the gift of livestock.

T
K
O
chai2
 
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Wed 10 Feb, 2010 08:09 am
@Diest TKO,
Diest TKO wrote:

Small sentimental gifts are good for V-day. Give him a picture of you two in a frame. Focus the evening more on being together and not on gift giving.

Additionally, offer him a brown chicken and a brown cow. You'd be amazed at how men react to the gift of livestock.

T
K
O


thank you for the inspiration.

I shall offer my love a piebald goat.

Diest TKO
 
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Wed 10 Feb, 2010 08:18 am
@chai2,
chai2 wrote:
I shall offer my love a piebald goat.

Kinky.

T
K
O
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Gargamel
 
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Wed 10 Feb, 2010 10:28 am
@la3horen,
la3horen wrote:

i have been dating this guy for a year 1/2 and i have no idea what to get him this will be our first valentines together (the last one we were both working) i'm 18 and he is 22. (maybe helpful)


Just stare at him. Without saying anything. For like 15 minutes straight. If he gets up from the table or begins arguing (which often happens after only three minutes) you must get up and follow him, maintaining a straight face the entire time. When the 15 minutes are up, pretend like nothing happened.

It's an exercise in trust. And trust is at the core of true love.
chai2
 
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Wed 10 Feb, 2010 11:02 am
@Gargamel,
oooo.....I'm gonna do that right before I give him the goat!
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coluber2001
 
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Wed 10 Feb, 2010 12:47 pm
Men probably would prefer that you forget that it's Valentine's Day. But aside from cynicism, maybe not a gift but just have a special evening; a good meal, maybe watch a movie-one that both would like, just have nice evening by being with each other and sharing affection.
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George
 
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Wed 10 Feb, 2010 04:01 pm
My, aren't we all being well-behaved!
Izzie
 
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Wed 10 Feb, 2010 04:04 pm
@George,
(yeah... I seem to remember last years... or the year before.... question re valentines gifts was a lot more...err.... less well behaved)



waves to George Very Happy
CoastalRat
 
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Fri 12 Feb, 2010 10:12 am
Are you serious? Is it really Valentine's Day again? Didn't we just have one of them last year?
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George
 
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Fri 12 Feb, 2010 10:18 am
@Izzie,
Izzie wrote:

. . . waves to George Very Happy

Waving back.
Hope you have a good day.
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