Your partners valentine's day gifts are a great way to check out what he/she's thinking about you
Not entirely sure where the partnership is? Well what do you guess? The valentine's day gifts from your partner are a great way to check what he / she...
Not entirely sure where the partnership is? Well what do you guess? The valentine's day gifts from your partner are a great way to check what he / she thinks of you and your twosome. We help decode deals typical for the V-Day.
Flowers So Chocolates
Uh oh, the safe way out is your mate. Flowers are a no-brainer, after all. Some people can't resist, and let's face it, a bunch of romantic red roses; they're good to flaunt on V-Day. And, no one can even say' no' to a chocolate box! And think about it, wouldn't anyone who really is in you make more effort to give you a thoughtful gift instead.
If your partner invests in precious jewels for you, then it signifies that he/she is thinking long-term and it won't be long before they pop the question. Not interested in a long term commitment? Then it's time to burst their bubble right away!
If you're both in a new relationship, then a two-way romantic holiday will mean that your partner wants to get to know you better and move the relationship to the next level. And if you're happy in your twosome, that might mean your SO needs to re-energize the flame that might have fizzled out.
Your partner has nooky on his / her mind for sure and presenting you with a selection of barely-there suggests they want to add some spice to the shenanigans in your bedroom. Not that you're not lighting their spark, but they'd not mind you being a little bit bolder!
Pressure Cooker (Or Anything Other Kitchen-Related Gift)
Your partner's desire to turn you into a domestic goddess is touching, but this present still sucks! They get zero points for romance and spontaneity! Dump them, maybe?!
The New Phone/ Latest phone
First off, full marks for giving your partner something useful and trendy. That person is super-practical and will always keep in mind your needs. Don't just ask him / her to be loving too!
A perfume is a remarkably intimate gift. It shows that your partner has taken the trouble to sniff out a fragrance that characterises you best. On the other hand, it could also tell you about the kind of woman your partner would like you to be—a musky, spicy fragrance to bring out your inner sex goddess or a flower, flirty scent to help you lighten up.