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What do I get my boyfriend for Valentines Day?

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Question - (15 January 2008) 76 Answers - (Newest, 12 July 2012)
A female United Kingdom age 22-25, anonymous writes:

little bit early,but i have no idea what to get my boyfriend for valentines day! we have been dating for over 6 months now,will be 7 months by valentines day,do you think i should get him something romantic, or something else like ..dvds or cds? eee please help.thanks. :) x

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A female reader, Marley_Beth30 United States +, writes (12 July 2012):

Okay its no where near valentines day but i just want to surprise my Boyfriend we have dated for a month already and i want to get him a picture... but i dont know if it should be a picture of just me or a picture of both of us together or somthing else? I Need Helpp Thank You!(: ~Marley_Beth30~

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (13 February 2012):

So I think You should make something special for your man.

I created a photo book on snapfish.com titled I Love You Because... and put pictures of us inside with reasons why I love him. Also you can get a deck of cards and write on the front 52 reasons why I love you and on each card write something you love about him. :)

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (12 February 2012):

Ok so me and my boyfriend have been going out for 3 years and he said he got me 3 things for valentines day!

I don't know what to get him though/:I don't know if I should get him a little bear though because I don't known if that's something a girl should give a boy or not.

HELP ME.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (4 February 2012):

guys are so difficult to shop for on valentines day but Ive been with my boyfriend for over a year and i got him a really cute cards, lots of chocolate, a stuffed bear that says 'i love you', a pair of AE jeans, two CD's, and something for both of us to do together :)

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (1 February 2012):

I am thirteen years old and my boyfriend and I have been going out for almost 2 weeks... I hear he got me chocolate but I still cant decide what to get him- some close friends suggested movie tickets for two. Or a box of candy, dog tag necklace with our names engraved in them... None of these seem to be his style. Any suggestions and I hope these suggestions helped-- Hannah

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (31 January 2012):

Well...why don't you ask him? It will make him feel like you weren't embarrased because you are so close

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (27 January 2012):

get him a willy wormer xx it works evry time hum xx

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (25 January 2012):

Put 365 chocolate kisses in a present bag, & write a note saying, "Now Yuu can have a kiss from me everyday"

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (22 January 2012):

do the best for him trust me i have a boyfriend and i dont know either get him a box of chocolates cuz boys love that or just a teddy to say that you love him dont worry find out what he likes and go with it GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!!

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A female reader, Snookiee69 United States +, writes (21 January 2012):

Don't give him cd's or dvd's . Give him something that would show him you care and love him. Give him like a box of chocolates , a teddy bear , or just spend time with him. That's better than nothing.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (14 February 2011):

My boyfriend and i agree. I'm fourteen. i'm not allowed to date

so it's hard to get a valentines present!' and 14th is Valentine's day !'

i heard he got me a bear !'

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (14 February 2011):

I have been dating my boyfriend for a year and a half but i have liked him for years! i got him a dvd, a top, a monkey than says i love you (he loves monkeys!) i wrote him a letter and a poem and i made up a sort of game and i put it in this really nice heart shaped box that i decorated and i put the quote, 'you are the prince to my fairytale' in an envelope because he loves it when i say things like that. I am also cooking him a 3 course meal. Hope this helped :)

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (13 February 2011):

Get him something that he likes, or do some detective work.

I pretended to be a friend of mine and asked my boyfriend what he got me, but he thought it was my friend. It worked, so give it a try.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (13 February 2011):

I don't know what I should do for my boyfriend! We have been dating for two months, and the only time I really see him is at school because he is really busy. I want to get something for him, but he keeps insisting that I shouldn't. Should I listen to him and not get anything for him or should I get him a little something to show that I do care for him? Please help, Thanks.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (13 February 2011):

Thanks soooo much peeps! I have some good ideas now!!!!!

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (13 February 2011):

i dont have a job but i wanna show my boyfriend of 4 months how much he means to me.

for a start i found one of my mothers old lockets and attached it to a small chain. in one side i put a photo of him in it and in the other his name and the date we started dating.

although its not for him, i know he will still love the fact that i want to keep him close to my heart.

im thinking ill just go tomorrow and buy him his favourite chocolate and a cute card with a love note, and a photo frame with a nice photo of us both it it.

pretty typical, but it shows that i know what he likes, how much he means to me, and it gives him something to remind him of me haha.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (13 February 2011):

Well me and my bf have been dating for 2 weeks now and I am making him fudge (he loves chocolate)a singing love card and a red rose for love.

Hope it helps ;)

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (11 February 2011):

well, i guess it's too late for anybody to do this now, but i went online and downloaded a program and made my boyfriend of a year and a half a bound book filled with tons of pictures of us and sayings and quotes that reminded me of us. i'm gonna make him heart shaped cupcakes that look like sweetheart candies with little sayings on them that say "be mine" & "i love you", stuff like that. and i was thinking about getting him a giant stuffed animal, too. last year i got him a build a bear, and i dressed him as a firefighter because my boyfriend is going to school to be a firefighter, and named it "Firefighter of Love" and i got him a cookie cake, cause those are his favorite. it was shaped like a heart and said bee mine on it and it had a bee on it in icing. he loved it. hope i helped? 3

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (11 February 2011):

well, my six month anniversary with my boyfriend is three days after valentines day, so we're going for one, big, joint day'o'love...I was really stressing over what to get him, but I decided that I'm going to make him a really nice dinner, make a photo album of the two of us, get him chocolates, and I'd really like to get him a giant sock monkey :) Is this a good idea?

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (11 February 2011):

I've been with my boyfriend for a week and i dont know what to get him for Valentines Day. I was thinking we could go see a movie?

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (11 February 2011):

It depends. You could get him a cute stuffed animal. Perhaps his favorite animal. And maybe soome of his favorite candy. You could also get him some colonge or if he is into hats, Lids is always there for you.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (10 February 2011):

thanks!

all these helped so much!

i think i'm going to go for a home made card with cute notes inside, chocolates and a cute teaddy or something, seems as lots of people said that boys would find them cute:)

thankss!!

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (10 February 2011):

I'm thinking of making my boyfriend a card. He's in cross country and track, he loves running it's his passion so I decided to make him a card and draw a track and him running on it and for there to be a ribbon at the end saying "finish line" and a heart at the end. Underneath the drawing I want to write " you came running into my heart". I thought it'd be cute(:

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (9 February 2011):

well me & my bf have been dating for 4 months & its been going really good since day one but i dont think guys are really into getting gifts for vday....they believe its for women but they always REALLY secretly love when we think about them and get them somethg anyways...but im goin to make my bf a big card w/ a poem in it, bake him a cake & a shirt =)

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (9 February 2011):

Okay my boyfriend and I have been together for two years I made him a leather bracelet and the inside I burned "I love you" and my initials in the corner he obviously likes it because he wears it everyday and turned the inside That says I love you to wear everyone can see it haha the little things count if u make something it means more.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (9 February 2011):

I wasn't quite sure what to get my boyfriend but I think I have figured it out. He is really into basketball. I decided to get him a basketball and write all the things I love about him on it. I asked his best friend if he thought my boyfriend would like it and he thought so. If your boyfriend really likes a certain sport do something like this if you don't want to spend a ton of money on tickets for a sporting event.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (8 February 2011):

My boyfriend and I have been together for a little almost 2 months now. And the other day I mentioned something how a lot of guys don't stuffed animals and he replied with "That's false. A lot of guys actually like them but they will rarley admit it" I told him how my ex told me to never buy him one cause they were for girls and he said "I bet if you would have bought him one, he would have hung onto it. Because they mean something" And my boyfriend don't really like chocolate so that's out of the question. I think I'm gonna buy him this really cute giraff I seen at walmart, it makes me smile everytime I see it cause it's so cute and has humungous eyes. And I'll find him a cute card and stuff.

I'd do something sweet for him, that he would remember. Teddy bears are cute. (:

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (8 February 2011):

get something romantic, but also something that deals with what he likes. You can never go wrong with that!

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (7 February 2011):

I bought my man a lunch kit and put on it when your hungry for some love and I filled it with our favorite things to do....

**Watch movies by candle light (movies, popcorn and candles)

**Play cards and board games (bought cards with a picture of us on it)

**I love to bake so I made him his favorite homemade oreo cookies but made them in heart shapes

**We love Chinese food too so I got a coupon for chinese food

Then I bought a nice photo frame and put our favorite picture of us in the bottom and put a sticky note covering the picture that said "Just when you think it can't get any better...."

I suppose if you wanted to get more sexual you could put things like candles, lube, chocolate sauce, etc but I like the thought of a nice night in full of the things we love to do. Shows that the little things matter more than the love making.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (7 February 2011):

Me and my boyfriend have been dating for 3 years now. I'm going to buy him 2 really nice cologne's which run about $90 a bottle you don't have to go that expensive but your boyfriend will always put it on and think of you. I'm also going to get him a nice card and his favorite chocolates.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (7 February 2011):

Well I have been dating my boyfriend for 2 weeks. He's going to make me dinner. I got this cute card and I'm going to give him a picture of me in a really cute frame. I wanted to do one of both of us, but I dont have a picture of him yet.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (7 February 2011):

Get your boyfreind something he can look at and think of how much he loves you. I got my boyfriend skittles( 2 packs) and a card because he loves skittles and my babe is so special he deserved a card too! To find out what he wants, start a conversation and some how bring up " What do you want for valentines day?", or you can make it a joke and say"If I loved you enough to get you something for valentines day, what would you want?" HOPE I HELPED!

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (6 February 2011):

OMG ; i feel the same , i've only been going out with my b/f for a month and five days ... i dnt know what to get him ! Help me please , should i get him a bear, a rose, ? Make him a card ? Confused ;

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (6 February 2011):

I have yet to figure anything to get my boyfriend. I was liking the whole dog-tag idea(: Maybe go with that? And the picture of you two together has to be the best but so unoriginal. If you guys think of anything, POST AS SOON AS POSSIBLE! IT'S 9 DAYS TILL.!(: KthnxBye(:

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (3 February 2011):

Well valentines day he won't be here he'll be working! So the Saturday before I found out the country singer he likes will be coming to our town in concert so I got 2 tickets an I have a dinner planned at our favorite restaurant aan it just so happens it's candle lite! An I haven't told him about the concert he won't find out till after our dinner!! I hope I'm not going over the top but after being with him for 5 years an every year he does something over the top for me I just wanna do the same for him!!

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (3 February 2011):

I'm thinking of getting my boyfriend a build a bear (:

I'm going to color in the house&&make it look cute (:

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (2 February 2011):

i think a neckless or something he likes

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (2 February 2011):

i have been dating my boyfriends for almost a year and i'm not sure either but most boys love chocolate. Or if he has a ipod then you could get him an itunes voucher it really depends on how much your willing tospend on him if hes into sports somthing sportie x

work towards getting somthing to do with their likes :D

hope this has helped a lil x 3

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (31 January 2011):

okay, so me and my boyfriend have been together for a few months now and i have absoulutely no idea what to get him for Valentines day! i heard off his friend that he's got me a really expensive braclet, but i still haven't got him anything:/ any ideas what i could get him? preferably not chocolate?:) thanks, chloé. xoxo

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (31 January 2011):

umm I think you should do somethin special for him I think take him out would be nice or maybe a bear or his fav. cds I mean its alot that you can do I beenin dating for a year 1/2 but this is our 1st valentines day but I am going to do a lil crazy with mine lol :) hope I help you out a lil

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (31 January 2011):

It's almost time for Valentines day and i had no clue what to get my boyfriend. We've been dating almost a year and it's my first serious relationship...I got a few pages of Scrapbooking paper (in baseball print because he plays Baseball) and put little sayings and combined things I liked with his baseball things. I had a few baseball stickers and put our names on the main part of it. I'm also going to add a few pictures and make it into a little book.

Any other ideas?

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (30 January 2011):

My boyfriend and I have been dating for a month and 2 weeks. Our anniversary is on Valentine's day, so I don't know what to get him. I was thinking of a built a bear, a framed picture of us, or a collage with a bunch of pictures of us. This is like my 1st OFFICIAL relationship and he means the world to me, but I want to give him something special. He always gives me stuff and I feel bad because I don't, so I want to give him something really special(:

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (24 January 2011):

I am starting early on my boyfriend V-Day stuff just because im not 100% sure on what im doing. I've found that homeade gifts are always better though.

I made him this really cute card wrote him a little note inside :)

I am making him chocolate covered strawberries and pretzels :)

I thought about making him blanket. the ones that you cut the sides and tie them together.

and the build a bear idea is really good as well.

the picture in the cute picture frame is good, but so original.

the big thing im doing is the build a bear thing, in a basket with his favorite candies and balloons tied to the basket then im sending it to him at work :)

more ideas:

get a poster board and make a collage out of pictures of you guys and in the middle of the poster board put a cute love poem.

give him 100 reasons why you love him.

theres so many things that you can do, but homeade gifts are DEFINITELY the way to go. it says that you dnt gotta go speend a bunch of money, and he will still love everything that you do!

good luck, im sure he will love anything that you do!

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (23 January 2011):

cds and dvds id pass on; if you think he would love anything from you cute out different colors of hearts for valentines day colors and on each heart write something you like about him or that reminds you of him; im sure he'll love it,3

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (23 January 2011):

Im only in high school but me and my boyfriend have been dating for almost two years. Last year my mom passed away close to valentinesday so i didnt get him much so i wanna make it up for him this year. Im starting off with a romantic picnic. Then ill pull our the heart shaped cake that says i love you on it and then give him my special gift i came up with. Im going to get him candies with sayings.. such as a pack of his favorite gum and say you blow me away. i thought it was pretty cute and theres alot more saying so just google it if you wanna steal that idea(:(:

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (22 January 2011):

Well, I think I'm getting my bf a little bear of we may go for a picnic! The only thing is, is that I can't cook him a meal because my parents are always home! So I might get him drumsticks, but I'm definetly getting a framed pic of us!! Sooo I have a few ideas, but still not postive. If we do a picnic, our park has a walking trail so If we do that, people will be running past us and we won't have any privacy just like at school. Ugh sooooo complicated

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (14 January 2011):

Me and my boyfriend have been going out for around three months and it will be five on Valentine's day. We've been friends for years so we know each other really well so I'm gonna get him something to show that now we are more than friends and are a couple.

I'm going to write him a love note and since I hate fotty I'm gonna surprise him and take him to a match, not on Valentine's but close, just so he knows I love him and I'd sit through a game to see him happy

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (12 January 2011):

This one year, I locked my boyfriend in his bedroom with his fave video game. Decorated/cleaned the house (with like dollarstore stuff) made a spaghetti dinner (his fave food) Got all dolled up in a a really cute dress. He doesn't like wine so I bought wine glasses and we drank pepsi out of them, then I blindfolded him, sat him at the table, and quickly spread rose petals on the floor to his bedroom and tossed a bed of body massge stuff down on the bed. Then went back to enjoy dinner. After dinner was a massage and then to end the ni ght his fave movie.

It worked great

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (8 January 2011):

You should deffinatley get something romantic, or even make something. My boyfriend and I always make cute things for eachother because it means more and its not expensive!. :)

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A male reader, gumdrop001 United States +, writes (1 January 2011):

get him an autograph from his favorite actress/actor/musician/ athlete or any celebrity. you can get it signed specifically to him with a message and everything. he will really appreciated the lengths you went to get it for him, but its actually really easy and cheap :)

http://www.personalautograph.com

hope this helps!

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A female reader, Addie 1 o love United States +, writes (23 December 2010):

If he's not into romantic stuff you should get him cds, t shirts, out something like that but if he is you should get him a love note, chocolates, our just give him the love of your guys relation ship.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (16 February 2010):

Well for christmas I got my boyfriend colonge that I liked,and he would like along with a nice wallet:) and a cute letter, and he absoutley loved it;) sorry v-day is over but my bf and I haven't seen eachother yet so I am still working on his gift too!

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (15 February 2010):

ok hi well your question is hard to answer this depends on his personality if he likes sports get him something for sports if he collects something buy him one my favorite is sweet and sensitive guys if he is one of these guys take him somewhere like out to dinner or to an ice-cream parlor (i know it sounds cheesey but its sweet) and then go to a local park and take a long walk under the stars at the end of the night find a nice bench to sit on and give him a valentines day kiss. as said before this answer depends on what type of guy he is..........best of luck

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (13 February 2010):

your guys' ideas have helped sooo much i have been with my bf for almost 6 months

when someone said i pod case i remmeber that like the 2nd week him and i were dating i broke his and he hasnt had one since

i am getting him an ipod case a new wallet since he has used the same one for like 2 years

a rose, a lil cute bear just a cute reminger of me when he see's it and

since he doesnt like chocolate i am getting him a box of chocolates and emptying it and filling it with candies that arent chocolate

and a picture frame of me and him

with a love note behind the picture. :)

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (13 February 2010):

My boyfriend and I are going on 3 years this month. We're both still young, and neither one of us has a job since we're more focused on our education, but last year, I got a posterboard and turned it into a huge Valentine's Day card that had pictures of us and a cute little message. He loved it! This year, starting February 1st, I sent him a text message every single day, telling him why I love him. Number 1 is obviously saved for tomorrow, but it's much better than the text messages. Remember, it's not the quantity nor is it necessarily the quaility that counts, but it's the thought. And if you two really love each other, anything will be fine. =) Hope this helped out!

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (12 February 2010):

Well, Me && my boyfriend/best friend have been dating for 4 months. I was thinkin', since he's a drummer, drum sticks with 'iloveyou' all over them, and make him a card.

My advice, do something that's sort of like an inside joke between you two; not a funny gift, but something sweet :)

hopefully this helped!

if you have any ideas tellll meeee.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (11 February 2010):

dont buy him a bear. thats stupid. everyone always ends up throwing them away. give him something you already know he likes, something you know he will use. it doesnt always have to be romantic. i like to be practical. dont waste your money on something he wont care about.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (10 February 2010):

Hey me and my hubby been together for 2yrs going on 3 we plan on going out to eat and the movies then later on that night we will exchange gifts! Maybe u could buy him a nice pair of shoes nd a bear with some Valentines Day candy with it!

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (10 February 2010):

i searched 'What do I get my boyfriend for Valentines Day?' & i found all this from you guys & you've all been a huge help & it wasnt even me asking the question! haha

but yeah, this has been a big help to me for this valentines day, hope you all have a good un' too!

thanks,

Bex

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (10 February 2010):

Get him a build a bear! It doesn't matter what age you are cuz your bf will find it cute and think of you everytime he sees it. Also, to make it extra special you can customize a voice recording and dress it up as a certain sport he likes or something...hope this helped!! Good luck!

Ps- if your bf loves you he really won't mind what you get him, just make sure your with him and show him how much you care. Maybe make him a cake or something:P

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (9 February 2010):

well its simple but since this is your first it depends on what type of person you are. i mean like are you romantic are you fun.ya man wants to see the real you.so here are some tips:

be yourself

express how you feel about him

and try not to be boring(unless you ar a boring person lol)

be alone n not take it toooo slow but not tooo fast

and definitly let him know that you really really really care bout him

okay dueces bebe

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (8 February 2010):

Just get him some favorite chocolates that he likes, a picture frame of you two, and a card and even take him out to dinner since you guys havent been dating too long for you to do something bigger than that...

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (8 February 2010):

u should try to get for him something

he will look at later and remember u whenever

he looks at it......

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (8 February 2010):

i am in the same boat .... im thing a scrap book or something cute but i dont know if thats his idea or a "good" gift.

anyone else have any good ideas please help

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (3 February 2010):

Whis year I got my boyfriend engraved dog tags for valentines day. They have our initials and a heart on it. You can present it as a necklace or keychain. Wallets and watches are great ideas too. Guys always need those. You can find then cheap but nice at Burlington Coat Factory, Marshalls, Ross, etc.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (3 February 2010):

you can try makin him a nice meal somthin special. the fastest way to a man(or boys) heart is threw his stomach lol. ima also try the box of chocolate n condoms thing too lol

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A female reader, Legioness United Kingdom +, writes (1 February 2010):

Legioness agony auntWell i got my fella some joop aftershave and a cute little photo frame what has a heart with 'Love you' wrote on the bottom, and i'm gonna be printing off a lovely pic of us from my phone to put in it :D if i didnt leave it so late i was going to put a scrap book together, which we could add to over time, but i'm going to be so busy this week that i wont have the time to get it done.. maybe you could do that?

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A female reader, DollyDagger_X United Kingdom +, writes (30 December 2008):

Here are some gift ideas:

1. If you go to certain places, or you could do this on a pc, select some cute photos of you and him together, and get them put onto a calender.

2. Get a nice photo of you and him together and get it scanned onto a mug, (I have one of these from my boyfriend and I treasure it).

3. An Itunes giftcard if he has an Ipod (a fiver to put on it will do, thesongs on the website are 79p each).

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A female reader, DollyDagger_X United Kingdom +, writes (30 December 2008):

Here are some gift ideas:

1. If you go to certain places, or you could do this on a pc, select some cute photos of you and him together, and get them put onto a calender.

2. Get a nice photo of you and him together and get it scanned onto a mug, (I have one of these from my boyfriend and I treasure it).

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (12 February 2008):

I haven been going out with my boyfriend for almost 9 months now. It's been hard for me too. its like the last second to get something. Just get him something small, yet romantic. Manly, they just want to be with you. So what ever you get would make them happy... if it isnt anything at all.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (2 February 2008):

Heeeyy

Aaahh i feel the same as every other girl and im sure i speek for most girls when i say its hard to think of sumthing good to get your b/f on valentines day! me and my b/f have been going out for 4 months and a bit nearly 5 by valentines day and its really hard for me to think up much!

a few ideas is what im doing get him a rose and put a little tag on it saying: "this rose represents our first valentine's day together!

Errmm a CD of his fav songs and a few songs that u both like.

if ur both 16 and ur having sex get two boxes of chocs. . . 1 full of chocolates and the other full of condoms and a pair of handcuffs! its kinky and if hes like that he'll like the suprise in it!

or just get a box of chocolates, a rose, a nice card and his fav cd/a top/a nice wallet!

Hope this helped!

Much Love,

Sugaa

xxx

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A male reader, anonymous, writes (1 February 2008):

I think you should buy something that he likes, Just think what did he say he wanted the most or ask him but don't give him a hint that your buying something for Valentine’s day.

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A female reader, anonymous, writes (27 January 2008):

You Could get him both sort of , like a chocolate heart with I love you on or a bag of little chocolate hearts with a top gear dvd . Try as a mix then you can't lose and if hes really a good boyfriend then he wouldn't mind if you get him nothing at all . Hope this helps you .

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A male reader, Brokenlink United States +, writes (15 January 2008):

Brokenlink agony auntHi There,

Most men like to be surprised. I recommend showing up at his house with a bar or soap or window paint and wrting a poem or a short love/care note on his window or car. If it is his car maybe leave a few Hershey kisses on the ground leading up to it show him the extra effort. Get him something small and exchange that with him later though as a gift, most guys are material and still like to receive something to unwrap even if it is a miniature teddy bear or a candy bar. Best of Luck!

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A female reader, elliebellie United Kingdom +, writes (15 January 2008):

hi hun!

well my bf is like my best friend and weve been going out for about 4 months. he told me that giving chocolates as a gift is a gift you give someone you dont know that well. im not saying you shouldnt give him chocolates, but im saying you should give him something else. eg does he have an ipod or mp3 player? you can get really nice ipod/mp3 player cases from papaerchase for about £5 and you can give him a bit of chocolate with that for the romance. if he dusnt have an ipod, a funny dvd like shrek or a cd he likes. theyre always good :)or you could always organise a special picnic for the both of you.

hope this helps!

feel free to mail me if you wanna tlak about anything else.

lol

ellie

xxx

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A female reader, rachybaby United Kingdom +, writes (15 January 2008):

well it depends on how much money you have to spend? why not try and get a bit of both? alot of the card shops do nice romantic things really cheap ( they also do funny sexy things like body pens n stuff) so you could get him that. also id try adn get him somethign hed really like! think whats his favourite football team, or whats his favourite tv show and search it on ebay and see what comes up! good luck, let me know how it goes, lotsa luv rachael xxxx

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