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Valentines card/gift appropriate? watch

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    I'll probably ask my friend about what to do and take his advice in the end and only i can really answer this question but i wanna ask it anyways in case there's a kind of general trend in your answers...

    i went out with a girl in sixth form once and i like her and i think she probably likes me and we're meant to be going out again on this half term but it'll only be like the 2nd time; should i buy her a valentines card or something? i don't know what to do since we've only gone out once and that's what's making this awkward for me to decide (i don't know if not giving her one would give the wrong impression, or if i do give her something if thatd give the wrong impression, and if i do should it be from me or anonymous though it'd probably be obvious it was me...)
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    Just get her one thats cheesey/amusing, nothing to heavy as its early days. Something to make her smile, not to think that you're all stalker stalker
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    I would say no. Unless you've been talking to her a lot recently. I doubt she'd expect anything, especially as you're not seeing eachother on valentines day.
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    (Original post by TwirlGirl)
    I would say no. Unless you've been talking to her a lot recently. I doubt she'd expect anything, especially as you're not seeing eachother on valentines day.
    yeah i see what you mean that's what i was kind of thing... but i bought her a me to you bear on her birthday recently and that went down well so... :confused:
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    *thing=thinking
 
 
 
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