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Good gift for a boyfriend?

Asked by Comedian (1123points) May 19th, 2009

So my boyfriend has been away for a year (and we are still together (yay!)) and we are meeting up in like 2 months. what is a good gift I should get him? I can’t afford too much though

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DarkScribe's avatar

Something that you take off. That always works.

Judi's avatar

The romantic dinner at home is much better than a gift for reunions after so long.

Comedian's avatar

well i’ll be at a camp and he is just stopping by. Once I get home THEN we’ll have dinner….and maybe take up Dark’s suggestion lol

Judi's avatar

Wait. How old are you? That could change the answer.

ccbatx's avatar

Something that means something, like something from the heart. If there’s some kind of inside joke between you two, and there’s an object that can represent it, then I would go with that.

MrGV's avatar

Oral Sex….your bf will love you 10times more and its free

chyna's avatar

A DVD or CD that is special to just the two of you. Maybe a copy of the last movie you watched together before you parted?

CMaz's avatar

Write him a letter about your feelings. And, give him something he can put on a key chain or in his pocket to remind him of you.

May2689's avatar

I got him his favorite cologne and put it inside a bucket of water. Then I put the bucket inside the freezer!When it was a cube of ice, I gave it to my boyrfriend. It was a very original gift, he loved it.

Comedian's avatar

why ice it?

May2689's avatar

I think its more original than just giving him the cologne wrapped with a bow

Comedian's avatar

but he couldn’t use it for a while….

May2689's avatar

well but you can always break the ice…

Comedian's avatar

or it will break the ice lol.

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