I know that Valentine's Day is over a month away, but I have no idea what I can get my husband for Valentine's Day. Can anyone think of a good gift that is useful but not that expensive? My budget is to not go over $50. Thanks.
Well, without knowing your husband and his activities, it would be hard, riaha. However, useful items are always welcome to a husband who works around the house or on the cars and such, and even the yard work. What has he wished he had for those types of chores? If there is an item, then do a Google on it.. That is the type of gifts I like, anyway, lol.
Go out on a nice dinner date and then when you get home, be his dessert but make sure you build the excitement during the dinner. Take total control of the intimate act too. That is every guy's fantasy. Oh well, most every guy.
fishing tackle a good book / ebook cigars cufflinks a professional massage Some cute lingerie with you wearing it Something he collects a block mounted photo of the family A gardening magazine subscription (if he likes gardening) A subscription for any magazine on a subject he is interested in , e.g. fitness etc. A tattoo
I saw some duct tape roses - "flowers for men" - that I thought were unique. Men tend to prefer the practical over the sentimental, so things he can use, like a coffee mug (with hearts on it) and things along those lines.
How about a picnic in the living room with candles and soft music. Make him steak with pink mash potatoes, chocolate dipped strawberries and pink champagne. Then run a bubble bath and give him a massage in the tub. Don't forget to bring the candles.
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