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Bouquet of roses too much for v day? watch

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    Is a bunch of 12 ones too much, or shall I just get the one?

    Is a bouquet a little overwhelming to receive?
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    Could always compromise and go for a half dozen.
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    12 good ones will set you back quite a bit (ok, £40 then:awesome:). Make sure its worth it is all I can say.

    (although M&S ones are cheap, but they aren't the best)
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    She'd probably be perfectly happy with one, as long as she knew you weren't planning a dozen
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    (Original post by PJ991)
    12 good ones will set you back quite a bit (ok, £40 then:awesome:). Make sure its worth it is all I can say.

    (although M&S ones are cheap, but they aren't the best)
    I agree with this guy - roses are pretty pricey - and it depends on what ur getting quality wise - i mean you wouldn't want to get her roses that pretty much rot after a few hours...

    from a girl's perspective - 1 rose is just as good as a dozen - it's really the gesture that we appreciate =D
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    I wish I could have a bouquet...
    But a single rose will do the job fine.
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    i'd much prefer one
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    One. A big, full red one. Preferably without plastic around it.
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    (Original post by harleygrant)
    One. A big, full red one. Preferably without plastic around it.
    Mmm hmmm. Like you've just stolen it from a garden (Don't actually do this, just giving you idea that it should look fresh and unpackaged).
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    noo its lovely , i wish someone was giving me a bouquet of flowers, definitely give them to her
 
 
 
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