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By  anjyu22  |  0

Damn. Can't even YDI this one since it was a 5 year relationship... unless last year and the year before that were just as pathetic, in which case you probably should have learned your lesson by now.

By  Luckster  |  0's the thought that counts?

For our 5th, I got him a stuffed giraffe (took me ages to find a nice one) and he bought me a One Piece (anime) shirt.

Gifts don't have to be expensive to be full of love.

By  KarelessKitten  |  0

why would u get him something as expensive as a flat screen tv for an anniversary? of course, everything is going to pale in comparison.

im sorry, but u just sound shallow and materialistic.

  Back_In_Action  |  18

Not every flat screen TV costs an arm and a leg. For all you know, she could have gotten him a 20" or smaller flat screen at Wal-Mart for less than $200. Not that unheard of, especially for a five year anniversary. Some people spend more than that for their five MONTH anniversary.

"u just sound shallow and materialistic." Yeah, seriously! What wouldn't I give for a flippin' toilet seat cover? Next year, he should just give her gonorrhea. It's the gift that keeps on giving, after all.


There's always one person who has to start the "OMG UR SO SHALLOW AND SELFISH!!111" bandwagon. "My parents abandoned me and I was raised by wolves and I got a dead squirrel for my 16th birthday and YOU THINK YOU HAVE IT BAD?!?!?!?!!?"

  wh4t3v3R  |  0

I want to ride the "your so shallow bandwagon too! It's the thought that counts. I must conclude that the amount of time the OP spends on the can is proportional to the time her BF spends in front of the TV and therefore we have equally thoughtful gifts.