Good christmas gifts for guys you just started dating fish n the sea and dating
I've been dating this guy for maybe a month or so, and Christmas is obviously coming up. Obviously, I don't want to buy him something super expensive that is going to freak him out and think things are going to fast, since we both have some baggage (ex's that just don't want to go away) and are trying to take things slow.
But he hinted that he'd gotten me something for Christmas, and I don't want to receive something and not have a gift to give back.
So what's something I could get him that wouldn't be too expensive, but still cool/fun/thoughtful?
He's a writer but I can't really buy him books because he has a Nook e Reader and so he buys ebooks.
I don't want to get him a gift card because I feel like its too impersonal.
He likes playing Call of Duty but video games are kind of expensive and I'm not really into buying video games because they encourage you to stay in and can waste your time if you play too much (sorry guys).
Not like he needs to arrange fireworks or buy you a tiara or anything, but a nice dinner would suffice.
”“He’s watching The Godfather again,” my mom says, then: “You do care about-”“Don’t say the name! I’d planned his gift—a copy of Edward Albee’s Seascape and a gum wrapper necklace—for 90 days, and watching him open it, I knew I’d scored. Although strangely, I’m fine with giving hand-jobs. Not only do I try to keep hand-job references to a minimum with them, but I don’t believe past trauma excuses present dysfunction.
When he broke up with me the next day, I pointed out that maybe he should have pulled the plug before I gave him a Christmas present, not to mention a hand-job. Still, my pathological reluctance to drop money at my beloved JCrew when they’re offering a whopping thirty percent off an obviously perfect gift is probably not normal.
Managing editor Alie Martell says that the optimal celebration for pre-exclusive couples at this stage are "Nice drinks."Once you're past that point, which I like to think of as the "Do We Like Each Other Equally And Am I Overtexting?!
" stage, you shouldn't be overthinking Valentine's Day like you would be in one of the previous phases.