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Christmas Gift Ideas for Your Guy :: Feedback (pg. 6)

Christmas Gift Ideas for Your Guy :: Feedback (pg. 6) - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Cant think of anything to get your guy this holiday season? Then check out Kidzworlds Christmas gift ideas for your boyfriend. Anything from a CD to a snowboard would be perfect to wrap beneath the tree this year! - Page 5

1 Ok, well to all younger girls, I think you are crazy for spending $700 (if you aren't lying) on your BF. I mean, yeah, I might actually be crazy enough to do that, IF I had, like, millions of dollars to spend but I don't. And I would only do it for the person I'm with now. I only had about $40 to spend on my BF so I made the best of it. I didn't have enough money to buy him anything else really, so I decided to make him a few things. I made him coupons, like one free kiss or one free hug. Just simple stuff like that. I made 25 coupons for all the days till Christmas (kinda cheesy but oh well). Then I found a poem that fit our relationship perfectly and wrote it down and made it all pretty. I didn't have to spend a lot of money on him even though I would have liked to had a little more to work with. If your BF really loves you, he won't need expensive gifts. So don't think that if you don't buy him something really expensive that he won't love you or like you anymore. But if that is the case then you need to get rid of him and spend your money on people who won't care about how much you spend. Happy Holidays and good luck with your relationships.
Kidz Submit by:
Nickname: gorgeoussgrl
Age: 16

1 Last time I wrote I was under the impression that my guy was getting me an original Louis Vuitton purse. Amazing, I know. But now, he's getting me something better. And for all of you who say these girls are just trying to "buy their guy's love" you're crazy. I know what you all mean, you just want to get them something special, and there's nothing wrong with that. Someone said that some of these girls probably have the money to spend, and if they do, than who cares? Can we say jealous? Plus, showing you care can be done in more than one way. It just depends on your personality, and your perspective on things.
Kidz Submit by:
Nickname:**bAbyGiRl**
Age: 14

1 Some people on here are very hypocritical but yeah, I agree, big money is stupid. It's not worth it. I'm getting my boyfriend a necklace to replace one of his I broke. This necklace is special cuz it's kinda part of how we got together. I've known my boyfriend for over two years now and he loves me for who I am, not what I give him and I'm the same. I think some people are in relationships for the wrong reasons so just look at why you're in the relationship and that could be helpful in determining how much to spend and what to get your boy this X-mas. Luv ya all, katz.

Kidz Submit by:

Nickname:me_katzy
Age:16

1 I am not gonna give my boyfriend anything but a chain neckalace and love, that's it. I'm not all crazy about presents or anything, so I'm just gonna love him.

Kidz Submit by:

Nickname:ckychick911
Age:13

1 Why are you girls spending all that money on your boyfriends? It's almost like your trying to buy their love. Why are you going to spend $700 or something like that just on a guy who you don't know if you're going to stay with forever. Even though you really want it to last forever, you never know the future. So, right now, don't go all out and spend hundreds of dollars. Just the perfect gift is your love! If they truly love you then that's all they really need. But since it's christmas, and you want to give him a gift, give him something that is special. And something that you think he would like.

Kidz Submit by:

Nickname:babiigurl113
Age:13

1 I think it's crazy for ya'll to spend 700 dollars on a guy that's probably going to dump you after the holidays. Why not get them something simple like a card? I'm getting my boyfriend a CD burned with all my favorite Christian songs on it and it doesn't cost a penny. Guys are great but don't make a huge mistake. I'm sorry to rag on you guys but I'm just trying to give y'all some advice.

Kidz Submit by:

Nickname:rotcgrl07
Age:14

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