By Sucker - / Monday 12 October 2009 19:31 / Canada
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Eh... 1. Why spend so much on an anniversary present that you have to work double shifts to buy? Choose something meaningful within your price range. 2. So what if he wants a getaway by himself? Just because you're a couple doesn't mean you have to do everything together. Let him have some alone time. 3. It might possibly be a cover-up for his gift. If he wants to surprise you, I think that's a good way. Don't automatically think he's being an ass.


No Its not by himself, it him and his 2 other freinds Myself and I. Me, Myself, and I are going duh!

Why are you trying to buy love? Just work single shifts, spend your spare time with your boyfriend and buy him a gift you can easily afford. If that is not good enough, you have nothing anyways. Have some self-esteem, bitch.


What an asshole thing to say to someone that obviously wanted to do something extra special for their special someone. FYL.


Damn dude. Your comments usually lighten up the page a little but lately, they've been kinda on the down side...

Oh, I'm sure his girlfriend Rosie will be with him...You know, Ms. Palmer? Or maybe he is meeting someone...or maybe, just maybe, you weren't supposed to find out and the trip is for the both of you...you did say it was your anniversary, right?

He wants to buy himself something nice...so what's the problem? Is he supposed to know that you are working extra to buy him a gift?

So what? Just because you're buying him an expensive gift, he has to do the same? It's not like he asked you to buy an expensive gift for him. If you're looking for something in return, then don't give it to him.

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