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By Anonymous / Sunday 14 November 2010 08:46 / United States
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  MissErikaHart  |  15

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  I_iz_B_a_troll  |  15

These days there's dudes gettin' facials, manicured, waxed and botoxed. With deep spray-on tans and creamy lotiony hands you can't grip a tackle box. Yeah, with all of these men linein' up to get neutered it's hip now to be feminized. I don't highlight my hair, I've still got a pair.Yeah, honey I'm still a guy.

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  ygdrassil  |  15

$50? For your two-year anniversary? What century do you live in?! Honestly, though, you should spend a few hundred at least before you can pretend like it's expensive.

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#40 you're an idiot. if a guy ever falls in love with you and stays with you i feel bad for him because its not about how much something costs its the thought that counts. if my gf gave me something that costed 50 cents id still love it as long as she was genuinely giving it from the heart. even if it was their 2 anniversary a $50 gift is more than enough. I dont know how any of you feel...but 2yrs is nothing, you may want to think it is but its not. you and your bf/gf could break up the next day. start buying expensive shit after the 5 year anniversary.

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  ChaCerCam  |  15

should've gotten him a watch engraved, guys actually watches. Unless you couldn't spend to much money, most watches are expensive especially engraved ones.

By  nerdwithagun  |  7

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Or next time she could put some thought into the gift? It doesn't take a lot of thought to realize that guys don't often like jewelry. She was probably just thinking of what she would like, or something stereotypically 'romantic'. My girlfriend got me a messenger bag from my favorite webseries for our 2 year anniversary and I couldn't have been happier.

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  Dilwann  |  6

I'm a girl and I'm not into jewelry either... my bf gave me a necklace he got from his grandmother on the first day we met irl (we 'met' online). It was really sweet and pretty symbolic, and cost nothing. I still wear it because of the awesome gesture. That's more important that how much it cost.

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Dammit, now I have to redo all my Christmas shopping. Anyone in the market for about a dozen dogtags? They all list typical shots (rabies, distemper-- well, except for Kay's and Anna's, of couse), followed by "If found, please spay and/or neuter, then return to the FML clubhouse". They're really quite nice.

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