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    Get her a main present (like jewellry or clothes) then other little presents like perfume and cute things etcetera...or do something homemade
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    Completely depends on the couple. My last relationship went fine for 18 months with her spending around £500 on Christmas/birthday, and me spending about £50. Current relationship, agreed to go for anywhere between £50 and £80 really, as we've both had a bit of luck with money this year.

    At the end of the day though, unless she goes and looks everything up on the Interent (she doesn't seem likely to do that!), then she won't even know.

    I think it really is the thought with relationships - a personalised photo album will seem sweeter than a PC game.
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    (Original post by Astra_K)
    Already got her a necklace couple weeks ago. Nothing too fancy just a silver and cubic zirconia heart pendant on silver chain. Just because she paid for a hotel we stayed in.
    So i cant really get another necklace :/

    Made me laugh quite hard tbf.
    I think you misunderstood what the previous user meant by "pearl necklace"
    Can you really not provide another necklace ?

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    Oh and i've spent about 55 quid on my gf of four months.
 
 
 
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