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  gutzzzz  |  0

hint hint, and hey you coulda gotten the "ohhhhh that's right, today IS your birthdayyyyy..... shit" be happy he remembered, and go walk off your frustration ;p

  ZeRussian  |  0

fuck. it didn't lol stupi bigger box, but it pointed to retard which was hidin within the text. now go get scared of ur feet and cut them off.



I'm with #42 on this one. What's up with jumping to assumptions? OP, is it the fact that your present was fitness related or the fact that it just wasn't romantic that makes you feel your life is fucked? Are you that shallow/insecure?

  idkweird  |  0

@#42: It all depends in the context it's given in. My ex-fiance used to buy me workout gear all the time, because he wanted me to lose weight. He took it to extremes, though, that just pushed me the opposite way.

It all depends on the person and what they enjoy. A birthday gift, when given from someone truly thoughtful, should reflect what you know about the person and their interests. For example: My most recent ex is very into photography, so for his birthday, last year, I booked a photo adventure tour in Northern Arizona. It was phenomenal and really showed that I was trying to cater to his interests. For my birthday, he scheduled massages and a weekend away in a Bed and Breakfast because he knew how much I needed the relaxation. That scored so much higher with me than if he would have bought me jewelry!

Gifts shouldn't be used as a way to get an agenda across!

  danceoo  |  0

not necessarily. we're assuming he gave them to her because he thinks she's fat. what if he thought she just liked working out? if you gave a gym junkie weights it wouldn't be offensive. or maybe she was complaining about how she never got to do any excerise, or bitching about how fat she's getting.