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Valentine's Day Gift Ideas

Valentine's Day is fast approaching, but are you still stressin' over what to get your girl? Instead of racking your brain for the perfect symbol of your love, take a look at these cool gifts to help you impress your sweetheart!




Chocolates

Valentine's Chocolates

It's a well-known medical and scientific fact that girls love chocolate. Well, okay - it's not, but it should be. If you've seen your crush scarf down a chocolate bar at lunch or fight someone for the last chocolate chip cookie in the cafeteria, then chances are good that a box of sweets will make a great gift. Get her some holiday-colored M&Ms, Hershey's Kisses, or any chocolate that comes in a heart box. Just make sure she isn't a diabetic or allergic, or else you'll need to get her something else.

Jewelry

Valentine's Jewelry

Dogs may be your best friend, but jewelry is a girl's BFF! Claire's Accessories has a ton of stuff that'll get her heart racing, like heart-shaped earrings and necklaces, skull and crossbones rings (they're just as cute as hearts!) and L-O-V-E charm bracelets that do all the talkin' for you!

Perfume

Valentine's Perfume

Girls love smellin' good and, let's face it, you like them smellin' good. Stores like The Body Shop, Bath & Body Works and even your local Rite-Aid have tons of mists and body sprays in great-smelling scents like pink grapefruit, strawberry lemonade, tropical passionfruit and banana smoothie! They're better than perfumes cuz they don't smell as strong or cost as much. You could also buy them in combo packs with other products like body wash or body lotion.

Juno Hamburger Phone

Juno Hamburger Phone

Buy your girl a hamburger phone and you'll be the cheese to her macaroni! This retro phone from the indie sensation, Juno, is a fun and quirky gift - the sesame seeds on the bun look good enough to eat, and the buttons are embedded in the cheese. It may be a little awkward to talk on, but she'll be callin' you a lot more than she used to once she gets her hands on this hamburger phone. They're flying off eBay's virtual shelves, so get 'em while you can!

Stuffed Animals

Valentine's Teddy Bear

Give her somethin' to hug... no, not you silly, a stuffed animal! It's cliché and cheesier than cheddar, but it's also a real hit with the mushy girls. If your GF loves romance, this is a perfect gift. So what kind of stuffed toy is best? Well, not a high-flying Superman action figure! Just try thinking outside the box, like Care Bears, a Bratz doll, or even a big ol' stuffed teddy bear.

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