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Top 5 Valentine’s Gifts for Your Boyfriend

Feb 06, 2014

Valentine’s Day is almost here, and although everyone knows that girls want gifts for Valentine’s, it’s also a great opportunity to show the special guy in your life just how much he means to you. Chances are though your sweetheart doesn’t want to be showered with heart-shaped gifts and teddy bears – stuck for ideas? Check out the Top 5 Valentine’s Gifts for Your Boyfriend!

No.5: Sweets

Lots of boys may not be into the hearts and flowers side of Valentine’s, but that doesn’t mean they wouldn’t like a delicious dessert like cookies or cupcakes – the best part is you can add that extra special bit of love by making it yourself and personalizing the message (like using their pet name, or a shared joke!)

cookiesYou can add personalized touches to cookies
 

No.4: Music

Who doesn’t like to get music! And it truly shows how well you know the person if you can pick out an album they like, but if you don’t you can always get them an iTunes gift card, or to give it a personal touch by creating your playlist.

iTunes Gift CardGet him a giftcard or make a playlist
 

No.3: Sports Gear

Lots of boys are into sports, so even though it may not seem romantic buying your guy a sports jersey or ballcap with his team’s logo on it, he’ll be truly touched.

Sports jerseyStock up on sportswear
 

No.2:  Cologne

One of the most traditional Valentine’s gifts, cologne can actually be a gift for the both of you if you choose something you like, snuggling up close to your honey will be even better than before when they smell great!

cologneSmelling good is a gift for both of you!
 

No.1: Movie or Concert Tickets

Sometimes the best gifts are things you can share together, like going to a movie or a concert and sharing the experience. Spring for some tickets and you’ll have memories to last the rest of the year!

Movie TicketTickets to something means an experience you can share!
 

Have Your Say

What are you getting your boyfriend for Valentine’s? Let us know in the comments section below.

 

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InfinityLordie
:mad :angry
commented: Fri Feb 14, 2014

InfinityLordie
I gave mine a first kiss. Then he broke up with me. :mad
commented: Fri Feb 14, 2014

AgentC308

AgentC308 wrote:

I made Jakey a minecraft valentine and printed it
commented: Fri Feb 14, 2014

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