Man my gf asked for McDonald's and to watch movies. I think that's one I can for sure make happen
I told him we don't need to celebrate Valentine's day. We celebrate our love everyday. (I just want to save some money)
My birthday is today. Any future wife/gf better be asking me what I want on Valentine’s Day not the other way around lol
Communication is difficult. You have to open your mouth and say the right works. Fuck. I screwed it off.
My gf and I don't do Valentine's Day. It's a made up holiday.
Got a few bunches of flowers, 2 candy bars, 2 cards. One set for the wife and another for her younger sister who lives with us. Mixed all the flowers together and put them in vases, each got their favorite candy bar, and a heartfelt message in the card. I did it before I left for work this morning since I normally get to the office before they wake up. We’ll be ordering takeout tonight and watching Netflix. Nothing extravagant needed. Keep it simple, stupid.
That’s why one should avoid dating male or female bitches expecting material shit.
Apparently my girlfriend is some kind of anomaly because she just told me what she wanted to do for Valentines Day. Wanted me to cook her a steak dinner, and then for us to go to the arcade bar and get shitfaced while she kicked my ass in every game there.
If I ain't getting bought anything, why should I buy anything. They wanted equal rights so I'm practicing equality.
My gf asked for a $60 bottle of perfume and after taxes and shipping it come out to about $70. I asked for a $60 game and she said she can’t afford it. The kicker is she makes more than me and I still pay for everything.
I know of one redditor like that. She is literally in a sulk with her boyfriend because he didn't psychicly know that her bitching about her period pain meant she wanted him to offer her chocolate.
On the one hand, it's good to hint at what you want for Valentine's Day. On the other hand, if the two people know each other well, they should be able to pick good presents for each other without being given hints.
Do men really need a specific list each damn year (assuming they've been together long-term)?
I would feel really shitty marching up to my husband with a list of shit he "had" to buy me. That's not a gift. That's holiday ransom. But we've been together long enough that I do expect him to know my tastes well enough to react appropriately to them. I do the same for him.
My hubs and I both agree that this holiday is a great marketing ploy. We agreed not to get anything for each other.
I got him nothing. I walked in after work, hesitantly, because I was afraid he got me something.
He didn’t, and I was so relieved.