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Topic: Anniversary Gift for Boyfriend?  (Read 904 times)
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« on: March 30, 2008 10:13:31 PM »

On April 20th, my boyfriend and I will have been dating for one year. I know, it's not all that long, but he means the world to me and I really want to do something special for him. Unfortunately, I can't seem to think of anything. So, I was wondering if anyone else might have some. I looked through almost all of the Generic Boyfriend Gift Thread and that helped a bit, but nothing in particular really stuck out. Maybe because I was going through over 70 pages of really good ideas.

Anyways, some things about him:

He likes DDR, anime, food, playing hacky sack (I just gave him one that I made him recently). Plays guitar, likes a bunch of different music. Doesn't drive. Lately, he's been playing Puzzle Pirates allllll the time (if anybody knows what that is) and he's gotten me addicted to it, too. Likes videogames (Halo, Guitar Hero, other stuff). He has an Xbox 360 and a Nintendo DS. Doesn't like cases for his ipod, cell phone, etc.  Sometimes he's really cheesy and romantic, and sometimes he's not, so I'm not sure how well corny stuff would go over, but I don't think anything corny would be a total disaster. I don't have a whole lot of pictures of us, mostly because I don't like having my picture taken.

And I don't have a lot of money to spend right now. But I can crochet pretty well, I can knit okay, I can sew, and I can learn to do other stuff pretty quick if I can get access to supplies. And I've got about $40 to spend.

Any ideas?

« Reply #1 on: April 01, 2008 03:15:10 PM »

There have been some posts on here recently where people have knitted or sewn pillow versions of their fave video game consoles & controllers... maybe he'd like that?
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