Should i be weirded out the first thing my girlfriend said when she received her present was how much was it?
Really want to hear opinions on this, cheers
not sure whether your girlfriends personality is designer fashion, but if it is then she probably wants to know if its fake XD. but if thats not her personality then thats pretty weird.
She may want to always match the amount you spend on gifts, so you know that she is not a gold digger.
First thing as in before 'Thank you!', 'I love it!' and 'Oh, you shouldn't have!'?
Yeah it's weird. See how often she does it.
As in before she says Oh I love it or something
If so yes, otherwise less so but I'd still see it as weird
Tell her it's £73.99, plus with £11.59 shipping from Manhatten, New York.
"WHAT? REALLY? NO" Yes babe really because that's how much I love you *rolls eye*
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If she asks before expressing any kind of pleasure at receiving a gift, that's weird. Shows she cares more about how much you spend on her rather than the thought put into it. If she's asking a while later, it's probably more out of curiosity.
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say it costs the amont of of love that i love you
her 'how much?
you - ' alot'
Could be she just wants to know if its geniune, or immitation.
I mean if you get her a necklace which looks like gold, with diamonds in... it could just be a fashion/costume/immitation necklace, that cost £12, or it could be a real diamond/gold necklace that cost a few hundred, or even thousands of pounds.
Personally I never tell people how much a gift costs, but I will tell my wife whether its real or immitation, when it comes to jewelery - because it changes both the meaning and her use of it. If its real, she keeps it in a seperate very safe box, and only wears it on very special occasions - if its immitation, then it just goes in her normal jewlery box for everyday use.
It does get a bit tricky when it coems to immitation (not real stone/metal) but from good designers though, because that can be just as much as some 'real' jewlery, especially cheaper real stone variants/silver.
for other things, I just give vague answers... a lot, more then X cost last year, less then a X, not to much, just a bit, etc.