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Her birthday is valentines day then our anniversary is 6 days later....what do i do?
that she gets the anniversary present six days early... and then just say something about Valentine's Day being inherently pro-fascism.
Is this a thing now? Is cat_race around so he can confirm this?
not 'celebrated' as such but...y'know.
Married now though, on what was out anniversary anyway.
god i'm smart
as fearing the possible wrath that may reign down should you not do anything
i can do a graph if you want?
I feel like there should be a pre-marriage year one peak as well though just so I can justify having celebrated mine last weekend relatively lavishly.
I can't argue with a graph though
if you fall outside the zone then you split up. the exact zone isn't shown on the graph. it's conical and stepped
So I need to slightly improve each year until marriage and then step it the fuck up right?
We've already agreed to go back to the same restaurant every year so I guess that means I need to improve the gifts, this year was a necklace which I had to return because she had an allergic reaction to it so that should be easy enough.
like, your first anniversary after marriage you will both be like "HOOOOORAY!" way more than you ever were before. unless you've fallen outside the cone. then you're fucked anyway
I like to remember the day we got together and mark it each year. It's not like we make a huge fuss or expect gifts from other people. It's just nice and it's romantic.
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he doesn't have anything to say unless it's about himself
I miss your music
valentines: some yummy chocolate
Anniversary: something sparkly and jewellery themed so she can wear it and think of you
Glad to help.
Ironing board cover.
I'd be made up if I got one for an 'anniversary' present.
Start as you mean to go on- underpromise and overdeliver.
photo in a nice frame
......to answer the question, you will have to give her something very big.