How much money to spend on Valentines Day?

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30 Jan 2011, 4:45 pm

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I'm not spending a dime. its a fake holiday anyways


I like presents. I don't care if it's fake or not. :lol: Any excuse to have a romantic day, I say.

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£3.33 and no more


I love your posts, they're always so funny. :3


I was being seroius :oops:


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30 Jan 2011, 5:15 pm

But he'll spend about £90. :oops:
I'm far too spoilt.



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30 Jan 2011, 6:01 pm

emlion wrote:
My boyfriend makes a lot more money than I do - and I know he loves to buy expensive presents, but I can't afford to.
Should I tell him we should put a limit on what we spend or what do you think?

Personally, i'd be happy with a takeaway and a DVD and no presents because the holiday has nothing but bad memories for me, but he's a total romantic.



A gift is only as good as how its presented.

There's a difference between giving him a heart shaped box of chocolates and giving him a heart shaped box of chocolates while wearing a bunny outfit.

Just sayin' ;)



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30 Jan 2011, 6:12 pm

haha; well i have MANY costumes. you make a very, very good point. :chin:



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30 Jan 2011, 7:09 pm

Dantac wrote:
emlion wrote:
My boyfriend makes a lot more money than I do - and I know he loves to buy expensive presents, but I can't afford to.
Should I tell him we should put a limit on what we spend or what do you think?

Personally, i'd be happy with a takeaway and a DVD and no presents because the holiday has nothing but bad memories for me, but he's a total romantic.



A gift is only as good as how its presented.

There's a difference between giving him a heart shaped box of chocolates and giving him a heart shaped box of chocolates while wearing a bunny outfit.

Just sayin' ;)

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Oh yeah, now I remember why it sucks to be single... :cry:



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30 Jan 2011, 8:57 pm

it's okay, no normal woman looks like that in one of those. >.<



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30 Jan 2011, 11:46 pm

I say wear the cake. :wink:


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31 Jan 2011, 4:57 am

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I say wear the cake. :wink:


:P these suggestions are getting more up my street every time. :lol:



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31 Jan 2011, 8:39 am

Wear the cake and have him lick the icing off your naked body. How's that?



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31 Jan 2011, 9:27 am

emlion wrote:
My boyfriend makes a lot more money than I do - and I know he loves to buy expensive presents, but I can't afford to.
Should I tell him we should put a limit on what we spend or what do you think?

Personally, i'd be happy with a takeaway and a DVD and no presents because the holiday has nothing but bad memories for me, but he's a total romantic.


Your boyfriend sounds like an absolute diamond.

I think the spending limit is one idea and a good idea if the issue is that important to you. Or you could approach the problem from the other angle, just treat him to what you can for valentines day, then when you can afford it, surprise him a few weeks afterwards by taking him to a hotel for a night or something.


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31 Jan 2011, 9:29 am

he absolutely is.
it's okay - i'll give him something money can't buy :wink:



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31 Jan 2011, 11:39 am

emlion wrote:
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I say wear the cake. :wink:


:P these suggestions are getting more up my street every time. :lol:


heehee


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31 Jan 2011, 5:35 pm

emlion wrote:
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I say wear the cake. :wink:


:P these suggestions are getting more up my street every time. :lol:


:) You do realize of course, that now we demand a follow up post after Valentines day.

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31 Jan 2011, 5:53 pm

Dantac wrote:
emlion wrote:
KittenWithAWhip wrote:
I say wear the cake. :wink:


:P these suggestions are getting more up my street every time. :lol:


:) You do realize of course, that now we demand a follow up post after Valentines day.

8)


Might need to be in the Adult Forum, though. :P


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01 Feb 2011, 9:07 am

haha; check the anything random to say in the adult section - share too much of my life there. :lol:
it will be a night to rememberrr.