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Dear Dish-It: The Perfect Valentine’s Day Gift

Dear Dish-it,

Valentine’s Day is coming up and I wanna get my boyfriend something amazing. The problem is that it's a long-distance relationship so we can't go anywhere special. We are both 16. He is sensitive and sweet and loves the color blue - LOL. I keep thinking of some ideas but it doesn't seem good enough...please help!

V-Day

Dear V-Day,

Having a long-distance relationship can be tough sometimes – especially when it comes to gift giving! But we’ve got some great Valentine’s Day gift ideas for you that will make the miles between you and your boyfriend seem to just fade away…

Pillow Cases

ong-Distance Valentine's Day GiftsCourtesy of Boldloft

Now, before you go and call me crazy, hear me out on this one. This cute pillow-case set from Boldloft will make you and your honey feel closer every single night when you go to sleep! Check out the stubborn little guy on the “boyfriend” pillow – he looks like he’ll do anything to get to his one, true love (you, of course!).

Mail Away

ong-Distance Valentine's Day GiftsKey to Your Heart

In terms of tucking things into the mail, shipping can get pretty pricey – and you don’t want to blow your whole gift-giving budget on postage! Here are some tiny tokens of affection you can mail to your BF:

  • Gift card to his fave store
  • Photos of you
  • A love poem, or a list of 100 reasons why you love him
  • An old key (tell him it’s the key to your heart)
  • Puzzle piece (tell him he completes you)

Virtual Visit

ong-Distance Valentine's Day GiftsVirtual Date

With so much technology connecting us these days, why not make a virtual Valentine's Day date with your boyfriend? Arrange to have a video chat with him – you can even plan ahead and make the same meals so you can eat a romantic dinner together online! On video chat, be sure to dress to impress like you’re really seeing each other in person!

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Narwhals3 posted in Style:
I have my Medusa and right nostril pierced plus gauges and a second ear lobe piercing on each ear
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15 or 16 you don't wanna grow up too fast
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mimilov3 posted in Family Issues:
I had felt the same way at one point...but I just try to talk to her openly which is hard but also I think that if was true I wouldn't be their with her each everyday my mom isn't very effection and we have are moments but I know she cares so okay things will get better just be more open and spend some time with each other if you can.  
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ayemarkilaaa. posted in Style:
Hello Hanna :) I happen to be a bit of a fashion guru myself. I agree with the person above. Try shopping at stores for teenagers/young adults. As you get older your style will probably get more and more plain (solid colors, simple outfits, etc.) which is not a bad thing lol. Some stores i would suggest: Rue21, Forever 21, Cotton On, juniors section at Macy's.. just to name a few
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Jolly-Rancher206
Jolly-Rancher206 posted in Style:
Maybe you're shopping at places for younger kids. Maybe change the stores you shop at? Or go shopping with your friends so they can give you advice. 
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