A piece of jewelry

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    Feb 15, 2010 8:02 PM GMT
    My bf and I are in our 9th month together and things are going very well. Leases are ending soon and we considered and started to move in together. A delicate time, I am sure. I’d like to get him a gift and I am leaning towards a piece of jewelry but I am not sure what. Neither of us wears rings or chain necklaces, etc. I was considering a gold or silver bracelet, although I mentioned a gold bracelet an older friend of ours wears and he alluded to the Italian mafia – lol.

    Any ideas? I am leaning towards a silver bracelet, or cuff, that is a solid band of metal that doesn’t clasp, but fits into place. I am never in the ‘in’ group and don’t care much about brand names, but I want the quality to be good and since his peers can be very focused on that sort of thing, I want it to be something he can be proud of too. Any suggestions?

    example:
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    Feb 15, 2010 8:14 PM GMT
    Hopefully you both are aware of each other's bad habits before moving in. Still, I congratulate you both.

    I agree that gold is tacky. Silver is a cool, sexy metal that I love to wear and that bracelet is handsome. Go for it!
  • dannyboy1101

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    Feb 15, 2010 9:58 PM GMT
    Matching engraved cockrings. Go for platinum.
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    Feb 15, 2010 10:04 PM GMT
    On a serious note though, does he wear a watch? Maybe that could be an option.

    Of greater concern though, 9 months and a move-in? I'm a little nervous. On the one hand it's 9 months and it is highly economical. On the other, I don't have a lot of short term trust on the gay men. Call me a dated conservative, but I'd be careful about signing a lease that soon. My theory is in nine months a baby can develop out of thin air. Who's to say Prince Charming couldn't change into the Big Bad Wolf?

    Obviously you know the situation firsthand and I'm only interpreting words, but I felt it irresponsible of myself to not provide a precautionary question.
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    Feb 16, 2010 1:09 AM GMT
    Your words are much appreciated Dannyboy! Words of caution or appropriate, but we're gonna give it a try. I hope it will expedite the inevitable... bliss or bane.