Interesting Valentines...

  • benarw

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    Feb 03, 2012 6:29 AM GMT
    Just curious...

    Trying to decide what little special something to get for my guy for vday. It's been a long while since I had a reason to celebrate the day. I want to come up with something more creative then chocolate and/or roses.

    So my question for y'all is, what was the best/most creative valentines gift you either received from a guy, or gave to a guy?

    I have a couple of ideas but want to hear from the masses. Thanks guys!icon_razz.gif
  • Webster666

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    Feb 03, 2012 7:01 AM GMT
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    Sorry, I don't have any good ideas, but maybe this will give you a laugh.
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    Feb 03, 2012 7:16 AM GMT
    I prefer doing something or making something for my guy. So it would be along the lines of making him dinner, a massage, maybe framing a photograph or painting I made for him, etc.
    A guy wrote me a song. That was thoughtful.
  • benarw

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    Feb 03, 2012 3:22 PM GMT
    Good start...more ideas, come on people!!! Let's get creative!
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    Feb 03, 2012 3:35 PM GMT
    The best I've ever been treated on Valentine's was taken out for dinner the following weekend a few years back. I cooked an entire 3 course Italian meal from scratch, and ordered him a big bouquet of flowers(his favorite gift) and some wrestling!
  • a303guy

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    Feb 03, 2012 8:06 PM GMT
    my last boyfriend bottomed for me for the first time ever on valentines day. I remember that more than anything anyone ever gave me.

    we still broke up though.
  • tuffguyndc

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    Feb 03, 2012 8:10 PM GMT
    since i have only celebrated valentine's day once in my life. i will have to say i have no clue. i am seeing someone now but they live in another area. i would love to surprise him with a visit
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    Feb 03, 2012 8:48 PM GMT
    My most creative Vday for a guy I was with was when I went to the craft store got about $50 in construction paper and made him a life size valentine card with little tissue paper hearts, shrunk photos of us, glitter and a big poem about how my love was too big for little cards.
    I had the bed littered (literally) with the same small red and white tissue hearts (he didn't like flowers) and surprised him with fondue, he loved candy.

    My favorite Vday surprise is always the same... flowers at work. Tuberroses, tulips or lilac. I love getting flowers at work and having something happy and beautiful on my desk while I work. I've only had flowers sent to me at work on two valentines days, I saved petals from each arrangement.

    I'm petal hoarder!
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    Feb 03, 2012 9:03 PM GMT
    I try to coordinate the appearances of the principle things I get him, so they look like they're a matched set: the card, the heart-shaped candy box, the balloon, flowers, and usually a stuffed bear, since he loves bears and has over a hundred of them here.

    This year the color theme is white & red. The bear is white, holding a red Valentine's heart. The candy box is also white & red, all the candies individually selected by me when the box was made up, to make sure they're his favorites. The roses will be 6 white and 6 red. And the image on the white & red card is a table for two, with 2 wine glasses. Because inside will be a certificate for dinner to his favorite restaurant, with reservations for the 14th.

    The card, BTW, always reads for "My Husband..." Not to the man I love, or lover, or my best friend, or anything gender generic, but husband. Of course that can cause some funny moments in the Hallmark store, when I'm in the "Husband" Valentines section, browsing alongside the ladies. But I don't care. icon_biggrin.gif
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    Feb 03, 2012 9:34 PM GMT
    Nice dinner at home wherein you cook his favorite meal

    Then fuck the bejesus out of him.

    He'll love you forever.

    My sister and I were in Vegas last year for vday.

    She got me a really hot muscle hooker/pro bodybuilder/pornstar for a present.

    I will love her forever.
  • a303guy

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    Feb 03, 2012 9:50 PM GMT
    Haaretz saidNice dinner at home wherein you cook his favorite meal

    Then fuck the bejesus out of him.

    He'll love you forever.

    My sister and I were in Vegas last year for vday.

    She got me a really hot muscle hooker/pro bodybuilder/pornstar for a present.

    I will love her forever.


    Your sister rocks. i want one like that!
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    Feb 03, 2012 9:57 PM GMT
    A BJ is a classic gift that any man will love. But if you really want to do something unique, you could give him a Dirty Pirate.
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    Feb 03, 2012 10:16 PM GMT
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    thats all i got, but i remember seeing one that was disturbing that said
    "roses are red
    violets are blue
    i have a gun
    now get in the van."

    haha, that was weird
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    Feb 03, 2012 10:20 PM GMT
    So glad the OP started this thread, otherwise I probably wouldn't have gotten things in place in enough time. Just got off the phone with the owner of our favorite restaurant, made our reservations, for their room that'll have live entertainment. Champagne is being set aside, to ensure the label I want will not be sold out. (I won't bring my own bottle on a "date." The cork fee/corkage isn't the issue, but rather it seems more romantic to me to have everything arranged at their end, rather than walk in with a bottle under my arm like it's a picnic) And we'll have our regular waiter assigned.

    Plus they're letting me drop by a few days before, when my husband is at his office, to leave a wrapped gift they'll bring out at the appropriate moment so I can present it to him at our table. I'll also pick up the certificate that'll go inside his Valentine's card, as I mentioned in my post above. It won't really be used to buy the meal, no value to it, merely to indicate we're going there.

    And last, they'll do it pre-paid for me including the tip, sort of a prix fixe, though that's not available to the general public at this place. When we're done we'll simply get up and leave. I think nothing spoils the romantic mood more than dealing with a check and calculating the tip at the table, with your "date" sitting right there.
  • runnin_stud

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    Feb 03, 2012 10:21 PM GMT
    You can make him something. It'll mean more when there is work out into it.

    I've only had one Valentine and he bought me 2 dozen red roses and when I called him to thank him he said "I felt like I had to." Whatever you do.. don't say that =]
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    Feb 03, 2012 10:35 PM GMT
    icon_neutral.gif Dunno, I don't usually buy in to the hallmarks holidays.

    I note that the local bath house always has their "anniversary party" on valentines day. So if you don't already have one, you can pick up a valentine du jour.

    Or du quart d'heure
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    Feb 03, 2012 10:36 PM GMT
    runnin_stud saidYou can make him something. It'll mean more when there is work out into it.

    I've only had one Valentine and he bought me 2 dozen red roses and when I called him to thank him he said "I felt like I had to." Whatever you do.. don't say that =]


    ouch! what happened to real romanticism? id do something because it feels good to go all out to show how much you really care about someone. unfortunately for me im always alone on valentines day so never really have the chance to do that.
  • mtnjock

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    Feb 03, 2012 10:39 PM GMT
    nothing terribly original in idea, but if you make it specialized for him, he'll love it:

    I made a "coupon" book for my partner full of coupons for things that he loves (his favorite homemade dinner, an hour long massage, a weekend camping trip, a night of sex where he was totally in charge, etc). on each coupon i put a picture of something we did that related to the coupon. cheesy? maybe, but it's personal and something that can be used over a long period of time, not just once.

    whatever you do for him, do it because it comes from you. that's all that matters
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    Feb 03, 2012 11:23 PM GMT
    Just a thought. Take a drive to somewhere scenic. For example there is this one hill in my city that overlooks the whole town (in the evening with all the lights its a grand site).

    So you take a drive, make dinner (to go) and you've got a bonnet.

    Make sure you get the car cleaned before though

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  • benarw

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    Feb 04, 2012 6:24 AM GMT
    endo saidA BJ is a classic gift that any man will love. But if you really want to do something unique, you could give him a Dirty Pirate.



    I'm kind of afraid to ask...but what is a "Dirty Pirate"?
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    Feb 04, 2012 6:26 AM GMT
    What are his interests?

    Music? Movies? Sports? Reading?
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    Feb 04, 2012 6:36 AM GMT

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    This is all the valentines I want!
  • benarw

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    Feb 04, 2012 6:45 AM GMT
    We're still new and both pretty broke at the moment so not doing anything extravagant. I'm putting together a little mix of things based on his interests and little jokes between us. He just moved into a new place so I'm getting him a venus fly trap as a sort of house warming gift (he loves the idea of a carnivorous plant), and a blue matchbox car cause I promised to buy him a car. Then to finish it off a box of mixed dark chocolates cause he's a total chocoholic.

    Trying to figure out the getting it to him since we'll probably both be working and we work in a cafe so can't really have stuff like that sitting around.

    I'm pretty sure he's not on here so this won't ruin the surprise. Have to keep it quiet on facebook. Shared my idea with a number of friends and all offered a positive response.

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    Feb 04, 2012 6:57 AM GMT
    benarw said
    endo saidA BJ is a classic gift that any man will love. But if you really want to do something unique, you could give him a Dirty Pirate.



    I'm kind of afraid to ask...but what is a "Dirty Pirate"?


    At least I am not alone! I had to 'urban dictionary' that one.

    There are a few variations here: [url]http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=dirty%[/url]

    But basically...Dirty Pirate :
    When a girl is giving you head, you bust in her eye and then kick her in the shins so she hops around with one eye open

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    Feb 04, 2012 7:01 AM GMT
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