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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby NinjaPuppy » 12 Feb 2010, 01:02

IMO, Valentine's Day is for men to impress the woman. Not the other way around.
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby NinjaPuppy » 12 Feb 2010, 01:13

jemswillam wrote:1. Be creative. Brainstorm about different locations in your house for sex that would work, or maybe surprise your husband with one night's stay at a local hotel. Think of different ways to create mood using candles, music, massages, lotions, scents or foods. For example, you can let those chocolate kisses live up to their name and eat chocolate together when lovemaking.

2. Be aggressive. A man dreams of being pursued by his lover. He longs to feel wanted and needed. Your husband doesn't want to have sex with a lifeless victim. Be aggressive and take charge in the bedroom. Your husband won't mind following your lead one bit.

3. Be a planner. Put your love rendezvous on the calendar. Write your husband a note inviting him to a night of great sex. Write the time and date on the bathroom mirror with lipstick. Create a sense of anticipation and plan for a special night of intimacy together.

4. Be attractive. If you were going out to dinner with your girlfriends, you would put on makeup and do your best to look attractive. Give the same care and attention to your appearance before you make love to your husband. When you look your best, you will feel sexier and your husband will be reminded of the beauty he married.


Now you just know that I can't leave this one alone. Especially #4.

Be attractive??? Wear make-up??? Where do you want the women to wear this make-up? It's not like men are paying attention to your face during sexual activity. I notice that you don't mention dinner before making love, only dinner with girlfriends. If I'm going to put on make-up, he's buying me dinner first.
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby ProfWag » 12 Feb 2010, 02:42

Of course, some women are just naturally beautiful and don't need make-up. Like my wife. (Hope she reads this... ;-) )
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby ciscop » 12 Feb 2010, 05:01

so..
i dont want to be a mood killer
but
i am dating this girl
and right now it is just fine..
but is been like 2 weeks
so now i have to give her something?.. i barely know her
i have seen her just 2 times.. when i met her and when we went out..
so.. is just the earlier stages of dating
so

i dont want to give her too much cause i might scare her away or too little cause she will think i am cheap
this does bring a lot of pressure !!!
i hate Valentine´s!
damn you gringos! why you invented this thing!?

i think i might have to get ¨sick¨
and call her the week after
hahahahahaha

nah.. she is cool
i wont do that
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby ProfWag » 12 Feb 2010, 05:53

ciscop wrote:so..
i dont want to be a mood killer
but
i am dating this girl
and right now it is just fine..
but is been like 2 weeks
so now i have to give her something?.. i barely know her
i have seen her just 2 times.. when i met her and when we went out..
so.. is just the earlier stages of dating
so

i dont want to give her too much cause i might scare her away or too little cause she will think i am cheap
this does bring a lot of pressure !!!
i hate Valentine´s!
damn you gringos! why you invented this thing!?

i think i might have to get ¨sick¨
and call her the week after
hahahahahaha

nah.. she is cool
i wont do that

Keep it simple, but thoughtful. I'd look at a little stuffed bear thingy that can hold a gift card to someplace she likes. Barnes and Noble (or similar), a large Dept store like Dillards, or something like that.
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby ciscop » 12 Feb 2010, 05:59

thats way better than what i thought

i was thinking in giving her a Bowling Ball with my name on it
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby NinjaPuppy » 12 Feb 2010, 07:17

ProfWag's suggestion is cool but if you really like this person, Valentine's Day requires jewelry. Perhaps an inexpensive silver locket or chain should accompany that stuffed bear. Most women want jewelry for VD. If you don't think she's going to work out then a non-mushy card and a cheap box of chocolates will suffice. She will ditch you so fast, it will make your head spin. If she doesn't, then you've got a live one for booty calls!
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby ProfWag » 12 Feb 2010, 22:30

NinjaPuppy wrote:ProfWag's suggestion is cool but if you really like this person, Valentine's Day requires jewelry. Perhaps an inexpensive silver locket or chain should accompany that stuffed bear. Most women want jewelry for VD. If you don't think she's going to work out then a non-mushy card and a cheap box of chocolates will suffice. She will ditch you so fast, it will make your head spin. If she doesn't, then you've got a live one for booty calls!

Jewelry is great IF you've been together for more than a couple dates. I think it's more trouble than it's worth that early in a relationship personally. If you get her an inexpensive piece of jewelry, you can come off as "cheap" (even if it's more expensive than, say, the gift card idea.) If you get her too expensive of a piece, then you come across as too anxious to get in her drawers and that can backfire as well. I still say keep it simple, thoughtful, and not too far over the top for a new relationship. Now, if you've been seeing each other for more than a couple months, then jewelry would be the way to go. But what do I know? Most of the women I dated before I got married considered it their best present ever just being in my company... ;-)
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby NinjaPuppy » 13 Feb 2010, 01:28

That is why I suggested going with silver rather than gold. Gold jewelry so early into a relationship can seem 'too eager' but a simple and inexpensive chain, bracelet or a locket if you really like the woman shows that you know a bit about the meaning of Valentine's Day and that you have some insight into romance. A bracelet early on in a relationship gives you a base to add charms as the relationship grows. The Pandora Bracelet is the latest hot ticket item right now. The initial bracelet is about $20 and there are no name companies that put out a similar item for much less. Charms are added as you hit milestones or occasions. The charms can be as cheap as $.50 and as expensive as your imagination and budget can handle.

I personally believe that grown women who are still into stuffed bears have some unresolved issues. Of course that's just my personal opinion. Sweets can be a problem if the woman watches her weight. I find that very few of us can resist indulging in a box of really good chocolates that may or may not be part of our usual diet. I don't bother with the usual candy bars, Hershey Kisses, Mounds, Almond Joys etc. that my husband keeps all over the Spamalamadingdong but buy anything by Russels Stover or a good old Whitman's Sampler and I'm all over it. I'm sure it's some kind of psychological thing.
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby ProfWag » 13 Feb 2010, 02:53

NinjaPuppy wrote:That is why I suggested going with silver rather than gold. Gold jewelry so early into a relationship can seem 'too eager' but a simple and inexpensive chain, bracelet or a locket if you really like the woman shows that you know a bit about the meaning of Valentine's Day and that you have some insight into romance. A bracelet early on in a relationship gives you a base to add charms as the relationship grows. The Pandora Bracelet is the latest hot ticket item right now. The initial bracelet is about $20 and there are no name companies that put out a similar item for much less. Charms are added as you hit milestones or occasions. The charms can be as cheap as $.50 and as expensive as your imagination and budget can handle.

I personally believe that grown women who are still into stuffed bears have some unresolved issues. Of course that's just my personal opinion. Sweets can be a problem if the woman watches her weight. I find that very few of us can resist indulging in a box of really good chocolates that may or may not be part of our usual diet. I don't bother with the usual candy bars, Hershey Kisses, Mounds, Almond Joys etc. that my husband keeps all over the Spamalamadingdong but buy anything by Russels Stover or a good old Whitman's Sampler and I'm all over it. I'm sure it's some kind of psychological thing.

Great points NinjaPuppy. Ciscop, sounds like you've got some thinking to do by tomorrow!
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby NinjaPuppy » 13 Feb 2010, 21:18

ProfWag - What have you decided to do for the Mrs. on VDay?
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby NinjaPuppy » 13 Feb 2010, 21:20

I see that Jems has gone to the dark side and used his powers for the evil spamming. :o
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby Scepcop » 14 Feb 2010, 06:39

Ciscop,
It really depends on the woman and the type of person she is. As well as the culture you are in.

Does she seem materialistic with high standards? Is she easy to please?

It's usually the thought that counts. You don't have to get her something expensive, as long as it's thoughtful and romantic. In my experience, spending a lot on a woman has NEVER EVER improved the quality of the relationship nor improved the quality of our love. NEVER.

In fact, I usually test her early on by being cheap and seeing if she really likes me for me. But that of course is assuming that I am in the upper hand position where I have different choices in dating.

If you are in a situation where you don't want to lose her cause you won't have anyone else without her, and are in the "scarcity mentality" then that's a different story, cause then you will be pressured to impress her to keep her.

As a rule of thumb, if in doubt, go the middle way. Not cheap or expensive, but something in the middle. When I can't decide on what to buy, that's what I do and it usually works out fine. Same when you buy anything, the middle product that's not cheapest or most expensive is usually the best value.

If this girl is very judgmental and only wants expensive stuff, then that's a bad sign of character, and you shouldn't take her too seriously. Such people tend to drain you in the end.

So it really depends on what kind of person she is. You gotta size her up by her actions, words, appearance, dress style, mannerisms, vibe and your gut instinct. Some people are good at that, others aren't. I happen to read people well. And most of the time, I turn out to be right.

Anyway, go with the flow. You can feel it. Or just do something thoughtful and romantic, like cards and chocolate, or like Ninjapuppy said, silvery jewelry. But of course, some women don't like silver. Have you seen her wear silver before? It doesn't hurt to ask her too.

Or at least take her some place nice, like an Italian restaurant. Olive Garden is a place that has a nice ambience that's not too expensive, for example.

We will be going to an Italian place tonight too.

Bottom line: This is a trivial issue and won't matter if she really likes you. If she really likes you, she will be glad as long as you are there for her. That's what counts. So don't sweat the small stuff and just go with the flow.
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby NinjaPuppy » 14 Feb 2010, 07:34

SCEPCOP wrote:Bottom line: This is a trivial issue and won't matter if she really likes you. If she really likes you, she will be glad as long as you are there for her. That's what counts. So don't sweat the small stuff and just go with the flow.

Very true SCEPCOP.

The fact that Ciscop is asking what to get this woman of two weeks is telling me that he already cares. Otherwise he would have picked up anything from the corner store and he would have been happy with his choice. Either that or he is working on his relationship skills and thinking about getting serious at this point in his life. This woman may not be 'the one' but he wants to start to get into the swing of quality dating.

Either way, it should be a trivial issue if the relationship is right. No relationship should require work. There's a lid for every pot.
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Re: Here are the few ideas to get your special gift ready for Va

Postby NinjaPuppy » 16 Feb 2010, 10:26

This, from another topic.... reminded me.....

Ciscop wrote:I was having a beer on a stripclub with John Edward and Bill Clinton on Valentine´s Day
somehow.. that doesnt seem that impossible

and you have to believe me
cause i wouldnt lie

When you posted about appropriate gifts, you didn't mention that they were for men. :D
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