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    My boyfriend is going to study abroad for 9 months in September and I have no idea what to get him. We've only been together just under 2 months and I don't know what would be appropriate to give him. Any help? Thank you
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    (Original post by lolaplatz)
    My boyfriend is going to study abroad for 9 months in September and I have no idea what to get him. We've only been together just under 2 months and I don't know what would be appropriate to give him. Any help? Thank you
    Hi!

    To be honest, I wouldn't know. It depends primarily on his interests and what you think he would like, as well as his age. Has he been hinting about anything? Also, what size gift are you thinking of giving him? Something small like chocolates or something bigger like a camera? There are many considerations like these.

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    (Original post by lolaplatz)
    My boyfriend is going to study abroad for 9 months in September and I have no idea what to get him. We've only been together just under 2 months and I don't know what would be appropriate to give him. Any help? Thank you
    A picture of the two of you
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    A lot of sweeties because he won't be able to get English ones abroad cheaply!
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    (Original post by lolaplatz)
    My boyfriend is going to study abroad for 9 months in September and I have no idea what to get him. We've only been together just under 2 months and I don't know what would be appropriate to give him. Any help? Thank you
    I like the sweeties idea!
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    A watch?
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    Not something too expensive! My ex went on study abroad and I got him some really nice expensive gifts for his birthday and just a few weeks after he had arrived to his study abroad location he broke up with me. I'm not trying to sound negative, just a tip from experience. Good luck though!
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    (Original post by Anonymousmouse)
    Not something too expensive! My ex went on study abroad and I got him some really nice expensive gifts for his birthday and just a few weeks after he had arrived to his study abroad location he broke up with me. I'm not trying to sound negative, just a tip from experience. Good luck though!
    Awwwww :console:

    OP I agree don't get him something too expensive.
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    blowjob and cuddle IOU's?
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    Rubbers
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    condoms with a wink face attached.
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    condoms with a wink face attached.
    And then you ask for them back intact at the end


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