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Top 10 Valentine’s Gifts for Your Boyfriend

Everything about Valentine’s Day screams “girls!” from pink hearts to teddy bears and chocolates, but what about your boy? Want to show your boyfriend how much you care this Valentine’s Day but can’t figure out what the best (and most boy-friendly) Valentine’s Day gift is? Take a look at the top 10 Valentine’s gifts for your boyfriend!

No. 10: Card

cardFind a card with something he likes on it
 

If nothing else, a card says “I care” without going overboard on all the love-stuff. There are loads of designs to choose from, so just pick one that reminds you of your guy?

No. 9:  Mug

mugsA sentimental mug can warm up his hands and his heart!
 

Mugs are a great way to say how you feel, and no one can deny they’re useful. Every time your boy has a cup of tea or hot chocolate they’ll think of you!

No. 8:  Team Jersey

jerseyKnow his fave team? Get him a jersey!
 

You know what’s really romantic? Paying attention to what your boyfriend is interested in. So why not surprise him by getting a jersey from his fave sports team.

No. 7: Video Game

video gamesIf you get him a video game, you can play together
 

The best part about getting a video game for your guy is playing it together. Spend some quality time in front of the TV playing a new game!

No. 6:  Movie Tickets

moviesgo for a movie this Valentine's Day
 

Why not take your guy out to a movie you can both agree on this Valentine’s (although when you buy the tickets, you get to choose)!

5. Books

bookEnder's Game by Orson Scott Card is a perfect sci-fi thriller for your BF
 

If you’re dating a bookworm (or even someone who just loves a good read) a book is a great choice. We recommend Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card, a sci-fi novel where kids who play video games are trained by the army to help save the world.

No. 4: Music

musicIf you don't know his taste in tunes, grab a gift card!
 

Why not get your man some new music this Valentine’s Day. You’ll probably know exactly what he loves to listen to, but just in case you’re not sure there’s always an iTunes giftcard.

No. 3: Sweets

cupcakesMake something sweet for your sweetheart!
 

Sweets for your sweetheart is a time-honored tradition on Valentine’s Day, and if you want to make it extra-special you can make a cake, cookies or delicious cupcakes yourself.

No. 2: Cologne

cologneGot a smelly fella? Get him a nice cologne
 

Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to splurge and get your boyfriend something he might never get for himself (but that you both can appreciate) like a nice cologne. We recommend Aqua De Gio for Him!

No. 1: Dinner

dinner"The way to a man's stomach is through his heart"
 

 “The way to a man’s heart is through his stomach”, or so the saying goes. Put the theory to the test and go out on the town or make something special he won’t forget!

Have Your Say

What would like to get (or what would you give) this Valentine’s Day?

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What Are You Giving Your Valentine?

  • The usual - red roses and a box of chocolates.
  • Something homemade, like cookies or a mixed CD.
  • Tickets to a sports game.
  • Nothing cuz I'm broke.

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bgirlmattyb
bgirlmattyb posted in General:
give me $5k and i won't use it to  buy a gallon of bleach , thats how much there selling for now after people didn't listen to Sweatshirt thats totally not by jacob sartorius
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BookWorm86
BookWorm86 posted in Debating:
@rainbowpoptart well Shawn's thread post is gone bc I reported it thank GOD!!! Ugh!! :abgry
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BookWorm86
BookWorm86 posted in General:
I hate Zara Larsson! ✌️
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rainbowpoptart
"Pink_Cool_Girl" wrote: "KingShawn13" wrote: Really? I feel like your taking this whole feminazi thing too far. You don't see the boys on this website getting all riled up by the male bashing that's been going on in recent years. It's because everyone is entitled to their own opinion. Even if I was trying to be offensive and offend people (which I wasn't) I'm allowed to do that because in America we have this thing called freedom of speech. Freedom of speech because your SUPPOSED TO SAY THINGS THAT ARE NICE  Well, actually, no. Although I dislike people saying rude things to one another, freedom of speech allows it. The only things freedom of speech does not allow are harmful things such as death threats, which Shawn's post wasn't even remotely close to. I also wouldn't personally consider his post "rude" either, but hey, that's just me.
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rainbowpoptart
"KingShawn13" wrote: If you went back to my original post you would know I was making a joke. Even rainbowpoptart knew I was kidding. Jeez it's not that serious. It was a joke. And not even a very offensive joke at that. Of course I knew you were joking. I can read, can't I? What I find hilarious, though, is that people think I wasn't. I thought I made it pretty clear that I wasn't being serious. Am I seriously that good a troll? Your joke was nowhere near offensive. That stereotype is one I find very funny. The only people I know who believe women belong in the kitchen are members of the old-fashioned, Southern-half of my family. But even they don't expect it, they just think it. It's dying out; no one really cares if a woman stays at home and cooks or not. The fact that the radical feminists think that all men still feel this way is very amusing.
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