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However if I didn't already have one it would be a nice gift to receive from my new girlfriend as we can afford it (I'm in my mid 30's) - I too am searching for the right gift for my new GF, it's a tough deal - we both make decent money but it's more the gift - while I was focusing on a 100-200$ range necklace, I wasn't sure and I'm a psychologist :-) She does have a puppy, thanks for the thought Rosa - I know she wants a few things for her - love through the puppy is an approach I hadn't thought of : P - My thought is if you really care for the person a gift from the heart it the best answer - I'd be happy with a simple card and her wearing a bow in her hair exclaiming she is my present (she already is though) - for those who can afford something bigger dig deep, if he/she's into a specific sports team yet you might not be buy two tickets to a game and go with them, if any of you know my GF whisper "Rose Bowl" into her ear for me!
I don't want to get anything to overwhelming..but I don't want to get something crappy. Any ideas, cause he is a romantic and he might get me something nice? Help me I would have to imagine this question would be more of an age specific question, or even level of commitment - I wouldn't expect a 16 year old to be able to afford an i Pod.
Rose I agree with not getting an expensive gift, maybe a little hand-held game, like Tetris or something. Movie Tickets would be good, if he likes video games or somehting you could get him a gift-certificate to a gaming store, that way he can pick out what he wants!
If you go from the heart and they don't like your gift you may want to think about the relationship - material things don't matter as much as the fact that you can and have the desire to share it with your loved one! Charlene from Seattle, WAFor me, it would be either bake something (breads or cookies), wrapped real pretty or buy or acquire tickets to an event that you would both attend together! Stephe Choose something that relates to a hobby or that simply says you care. the veery first time my bf and i kissed, he missed..lame but it was the cutest thing ever...
People on dating apps tend to be very specific and pretty picky as to what they want in a person, as opposed to meeting people in person.
I think it has something to do with the fact that people aren’t talking in person.
“It’s just that you keep making that keening sound.”“I just don’t think I can do it.”“Why the hell not?
” My father pours coffee.“If I buy it, it’ll mean I care.”“You do care.” My mother looks at me over her reading glasses.“Well, I don’t want you-know-who to know that! ” My mother sets down her i Phone, clearly resigned to the fact that Words with Friends will have to wait.“Yes.”“For how long now? ” My father leaves the room.“It is perfectly acceptable to buy the person you’re dating a Christmas present after five months,” my mother says.“It would be fucked up if you didn’t!
The spirit of your budding relationship should be fun and playful; so too should your Christmas gift for that special someone.It could be something as simple as remembering their favorite author or TV show and seeking out gifts that tie into that interest.You are going to have to use your best judgment on this one.He said he thought the hand-job was a nice final memory for us. (Nor, arguably, is letting one’s parents this far into one’s personal life, but one dysfunction per post please.)So what is normal at five months? It also tries to change my question to “What’s normal to buy you’re (sic) girlfriend if she’s 13?You just started dating him so I wouldn't embarrass him with an expensive gift - what if he only had an inexpensive gift for you? How about tickets for the two of you to go to a Christmas concert with dinner beforehand? If you are a starving college student, take some of your beer money & go spend on ingredients and prepare a nice home/apt cooked meal for the two of you - don't put a bow on the Chicken Marsalla though... I want to buy a fun gift that's appropriate and personal, but am on a limited budget.
Or do you go all out and scare the ever-living the crap out of him? After all, you just started dating so you aren’t ready to invest too much emotionally or financially.