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    (Original post by Aspiringlawstudent)
    **** her in the *** with a ******* cucumber and a ****** Kentucky Klondike Bar, and then you should put your ***** in her ***** and perform a rusty trombone solo, followed swiftly by ****** her **** a Panamanian Petting Zoo ********* **** finishing with a ***** *** ***** ****** *** Happy Gilmore.

    She'll never forget it, I promise.
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    (Original post by Riderz)
    Anal?
    I don't know what are you say?
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    (Original post by cadaeibfeceh)
    Thank you for your suggestion.
    You are so nice.
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    (Original post by jellybeanjen)
    Sorry to be nosey and a bit of a Scrooge, but are you living together and a decent length away from home (i.e. wouldn't be expected to pop back for the day)? If not, won't having a memorable day together be more difficult? I know my parents and those of most of my friends are keen on Christmas being a family time. Mine certainly wouldn't be best pleased if I decided to up and leave to a boyfriend's midway through the day, or if the boyfriend came to visit and we spent the day being anti-social in my room. My friends living with partners seem to do Xmas morning together then shoot off to someone's parents; I've even heard Vicar of Dibley type tales of more than one Xmas dinner when visiting both sets of parents (my ideal Xmas!!).

    Off of the Scroogeyness, maybe do her breakfast in bed and a stocking of little gifts, then do your proper present opening together. They do those jewellery box type Xmas decs (I'll see if I can find a picture) so maybe you can buy her a nice bit of jewellery and hide it on the tree as a surprise - it's a bit corny, but cute. Cook dinner for the both of you, drink champagne, put on her fave film or a Christmassy film (It's A Wonderful Life or Miracle on 34th Street maybe). Erm thats it really.

    Have fun.
    Thank you for your reply.You say so detail and so good.
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    (Original post by 03Tony)
    Thank you for your suggestion.
    You are so nice.
    Oh just buy her something personal to her that only you could get her - if you get her jewellery or something generic then sure, it would be nice, but I think it'd be better to get her something personal to her that you know she would love and find useful with her personal interests.
 
 
 
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