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Dear Dish-It,

My boyfriend and I have been going out for almost a month but people think that we're dysfunctional and we're always fighting. He got me this beautiful necklace and earrings for Christmas. I didn't know he would give me something but I got him this Adidas kit, like aftershave and cologne. He's teased me and seems pissed about the gift so I'm trying to get him this expensive videogame. All I want is to make our relationship better.
nicky


Dear nicky,

Do NOT buy your boyfriend an expensive videogame in an attempt to win his love! First, Christmas isn't about fancy, expensive presents, it's about showing your loved ones that you care about them. That could come in the form of an Adidas aftershave kit or even a card that says how much they mean to you. If that isn't sufficient for your guy, then he's not worth being with. Instead of rushing out and trying to remedy the tension between you and your BF with gifts, why don't you sit down and talk with him? Maybe you are over-reacting and he really does love the gift. And, if he doesn't, talking things out will give him the opportunity to let you know what kinds of things really interest him - so you'll have some ideas for the next big gift-giving event. Good Luck!


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