I can’t tell you how many times I’ve gone extravagant for my husband, and he’s gotten me something simple. Some people are just not gift givers. Everyone’s love language is different. My husband doesn’t buy me birthday cards, Valentine’s cards, or anniversary cards. It’s just not his thing. He spoils me with his time instead of money. Would I like gifts? Absolutely! He takes perfect care of me and my needs though. Gifts would simply be a plus. What he does do Is perfect for me. He does idiotic things to make me laugh, anytime he is near me he has his hands on me, and on his way home from work he will surprise me silly treats or my favorite drink. The little things he does pile up and it’s overwhelming at times. Communicate with your wife and try to find out how she best expresses her love and how she’d like you to express yours!
Are they Reese's? If so, worth it.
Do you and your wife pool resources? If so, think of it as she is saving you guys money.
I don't know, man. I'd take a pack of peanut butter cups over expensive chocolates any day. I'd feel slightly less guilty about eating them all in one sitting knowing they cost less.
My boyfriend and I each gave each other chocolates from the same shop. I got him a medium box, he gave me an extra large. To be fair thought I gave him a lot of other gifts on top of the candy.
It's a hint that she would like to be the peanut butter in a sandwich... I'll see myself out now.
If it were one of those 5 pound Reese's I be rather joyful. It's not something I'd buy for myself.