11 months ago
Last edited at 1:17PM on 1/24/2013
Adam, Adam, Adam. This is a trap, young grasshopper! You must deftly step aside the trap and get your girlfriend a nice little something for Valentine's day, and you must tell her you couldn't help it because you just like her so much. Don't go overboard - it doesn't have to be a BMW - but "I don't want anything for Valentine's day" almost definitely means "Sink or swim, pal."
Dude she most defiantly wants something its one of those "test" that they give you its like this.... you get her nothing you might have to change your relationship status to single on Facebook. Good luck!
Take it as it is meant. I don't want anything for Valentines day, great---translation= if you are so stupid as to ask me the stupidest ? ever, I'm history. My wife has never asked for anything for Christmas, birthday, valentines day, anniversary. So of course I show up with jewelry, or whatever it is that she doesn't want but has been hinting about. This is 1 time when no really does mean yes, of course you'll learn as you go, remember buy buy buy
ohhh noooo. You are SO not off the hook. It doesn't have to be expensive, just thoughtful. And BTW you can turn it around on her. Before you give her whatever the gift is, say, "I know you said not to get you anything, but how could I possibly not get you a gift on the most romantic day of the year?"
If "you "asked her and that was the answer..Either she is embarrassed to answer you(esp. if it's a new relationship) or she knows that you can't afford to get her anything. If that's the case no money, then you can write coupons on a piece of paper .For instance I promise to take you for a walk,a picnic,a message,cook a meal for her,or watch her favorite movie on t.v. etc.But if "she" said don't get me anything, same could apply..or you are mad at each other...get her something anyway . If you get her a card you'd better read it, and it better be good.
You have your own apt....you're need it for about a week..but you will be paying for not getting her something for a very very very long time...even after you are married...she will never forget and believe me she IS not going to let you forget... May I suggest a gift from Wal-Mart..Target..Khols..The Malls..Your local grocery store..Gift certificates...boy don't you show up..without a GIFT.
What she really desires is for you to give her something not because you feel obligated (she has now taken obligation off the table), but because YOU WANT to give her something. You are never "off the hook." Never.
11 months ago
Last edited at 2:55PM on 1/24/2013
I would suggest a nice card at the very least--something with your own personal sentiment rather than letting Hallmark write it. And I would further suggest you include with the card tickets to a movie she likes (not necessarily one you like), or a cut-out of the logo of a nice restaurant (doesn't have to be swank, but certainly not Taco Bell.) That way a movie or a dinner is something you both can share so it doesn't seem as much like a gift just for her, but yet accomplishes the same goal. Otherwise, and I speak from personal experience, you run the risk of leaving her with egg on her face when she has nothing for you, and asks you why you would buy her a necklace when she specifically said no gifts.
All girls say that but they just want to be humble and sweet. Get her a neccklace or usually girls lik sumthing like "there favorite things'" lik fav color or store or candy.. girls lik wen you remember wat they hav told you about themselves
OOHH.. she is probably telling you that she wants something but not very precious. So its better that you give her something saying you love her a lot and you couldnt help buying nothing for her. Its ok buy soemthing very unique or take her for a movie or a dinner. This is like you are spending but it is coming back to you. You will also watch the movie and have dinner. So chill she is a nice lady