The Great 'What women want for Valentine's' Hunt



  • SDH
    SDH Posts: 310 Forumite
    wendles wrote: »
    If you don't clean - put on a pinny and be a naked butler for the day! :j


    But also I'd much prefer a bag of jelly babies or bar dairymilk over a box of fancy chocolates - since i dont really like fancy choc.

    I'd like him to arrange a date night in and by arrange i mean pick a film, get in some crisps and dip ....
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  • Some nice chocolates and I'd be happy!
  • Just a gift that demonstrates some thought. It can be free or just the cost of ingredients to cook dinner for once! It's our last as a couple before our daughter arrives so it would be nice to have some together time.
  • I'd love some flowers delivered to work. I've never had any, and year after year watch so many people have lovely bunches delivered. Always makes me a little sad that I've never had any :(
  • Id be happy with any of the above suggestions but I think a card & some flowers would be lovely. My hubby is getting a card & a small choc (like a lollipop or something similar)
    Spreading a little Christmas joy all year round :santa2:
  • Personally I would love a night of uninterrupted sleep where every time my daughter woke my partner saw to her. That would be worth more than anything. And free.
  • Absolutely nothing! If you love someone why wait until the 14th February to show them with some tacky gift covered in hearts and flowers? Not for me thank you.
    Short potato, tall potato, light or dark.
    We're all potatoes at heart :j

    (Small Potatoes 2013)

  • tgroom57
    tgroom57 Posts: 1,431 Forumite
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    A meal out; or a £10 finest / M&S meal in, with wine.
  • julie2710
    julie2710 Posts: 1,381 Forumite
    A man would be a nice start! :o
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  • What women want for Valentine's Day is a bit of attention.

    Not lavish gifts, not embarrassing bunches of red roses, but a simple card and some of your undivided personal attention. A few statements saying how much you cherish her, thanks for what she does for you etc. once a year isn't too much, is it?

    It's not rocket science, guys!
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