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    Are you buying your partner/boyfriend/husband a gift for Valentines Day?
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    No. I think it's silly - Valentine's Day has become overly commercialised. We may have a nice dinner at home or something together instead.
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    (Original post by georgiaswift)
    No. I think it's silly - Valentine's Day has become overly commercialised. We may have a nice dinner at home or something together instead.
    Would you say the same about Christmas?
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    No, i'll get him a card and cook a nice dinner instead
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Would you say the same about Christmas?
    I do personally believe it is overly commercialised, yes, but he is a strong believer in Christianity so we do buy each other presents. But Valentine's Day is supposed to be about showing your love, and we show each other how much we love each other every single day
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    (Original post by georgiaswift)
    No. I think it's silly - Valentine's Day has become overly commercialised. We may have a nice dinner at home or something together instead.
    blowjob perhaps?
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    (Original post by georgiaswift)
    I do personally believe it is overly commercialised, yes, but he is a strong believer in Christianity so we do buy each other presents. But Valentine's Day is supposed to be about showing your love, and we show each other how much we love each other every single day
    So, let's say that this is the agreement between you and your boyfriend/husband. No gifts, because your love to eachother is shown on a daily basis. But this year, he decides to surprise you. He goes all out, books you a romantic little weekend away or buys you some ridiculously expensive diamond/gold/silver (your preferred metal/jewel of choice) or something along those lines.

    Would your reaction be a state of indifference? Or would this gesture delight you?

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    He could do this any day of the year yes, but with that logic, you could buy him birthday presents any day of the year instead of on his birthday if that makes sense, it's all about the celebration)
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    (Original post by claireestelle)
    No, i'll get him a card and cook a nice dinner instead
    Coming home to a fine dinner is one of the simple luxuries of life. Sounds good.

    What do you plan on cooking this year?
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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Coming home to a fine dinner is one of the simple luxuries of life. Sounds good.

    What do you plan on cooking this year?
    I agree nothing like a home cooked meal I d normally cook something Italian but might change it up this year.
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    I'll probably get a little something. We don't do big gifts for Valentine's day. Might have a belated nice meal out, as I have raging morning sickness at the moment so a fancy dinner would be wasted on me.
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    A kick in the crown jewels.
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    Don't need one day to show him how much he means to me.
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    (Original post by stefano865)
    A kick in the crown jewels.
    I couldn't resist, you make me laugh!
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    I couldn't resist, you make me laugh!
    Reviving old threads!

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    (Original post by hezzlington)
    Reviving old threads!

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    It's only two months old
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    It's only two months old
    Someone's been stalking stefano865!


    Hehehe
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    (Original post by Supersaps)
    Someone's been stalking stefano865!


    Hehehe
    Funny enough, I didn't! I was scrolling though threads from February and found this and saw his post so had to reply
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    (Original post by Supersaps)
    Someone's been stalking stefano865!


    Hehehe

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    Wouldn't be the first...
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    (Original post by Rhythmical)
    I couldn't resist, you make me laugh!

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    Stefano make sure you lock your doors and windows at night son.
 
 
 
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