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I'm looking for help in picking out really good Valentine's Day gifts for men an

  1. Omniscient Nomad profile image60
    Omniscient Nomadposted 5 years ago

    I'm looking for help in picking out really good Valentine's Day gifts for men and women.

    This question is for both genders -What would you consider to be a "good" Valentine's Day gift this year?

  2. makingnews profile image59
    makingnewsposted 5 years ago

    OK....it's always a challenge finding great gifts but here's my advice.

    I recommend men read this article first so they know how women think.
    http://makingnews.hubpages.com/hub/10-g … mens-gifts

    As for gifts, women love a night out. Book a restaurant that has some kind of meaning...you know, where you've had a great experience or somewhere that she's been wanting to go to. A great experience is a gift. What's her favourite fragrance, or buy her a massage voucher. These gifts show that you take notice of her and know what makes her tick.

    Now, I'm going out on a limb here but I think men are much easier to please. As my doctor once said, just give men food, sex and sleep and they're happy. So I'm assuming that women can pretty much give a man a dodgey gift and provided it comes with a shag, they'll be happy! Ladies, throw on some sexy lingerie, make-up and a come-hither attitude and your fellow will think it's Christmas, Valentines Day and his birthday all rolled into one. However, if you are concerned about the gift part, a nice fragrance to suit him shows you know your man. They also feel that you're marking your territory by giving them a fragrance so that makes them feel even better about the whole relationship.

    Otherwise, nothing beats chocolates and a couple of movie tickets (with the proviso that the spare ticket is for you). The other component of this gift is that he gets to choose movie! Believe me, with some movies, that is a huge offering letting someone else choose what you're about to give-up 2 hours of your life for!!!

    Good luck and go have some fun. Just don't get caught up in the anxiety of present buying. It's about the thought and having fun together, not how much you spent.

    Happy Valentines Day.

    1. Omniscient Nomad profile image60
      Omniscient Nomadposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks for the comment makingnews. I would have to agree with you that men are easier to please. Great suggestions, and Happy pre-Valentine's Day!

  3. Londonlady profile image92
    Londonladyposted 5 years ago

    Oh wow...do I have the perfect hub for you or what? I couldn't have published this to fit your exact needs any better...

    http://londonlady.hubpages.com/hub/Gift … y-Presents

 
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