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Or maybe just a card?
A house is not a home without one.
1. cut a hole in a box
or some scented candles
Is this zoo girl?
It doesn't mean she belongs in a zoo.
then get her two pandas and then get them to mate in her frnot room
she'll love that
I took her out for lunch a couple of weeks ago though and we had a very nice time. Think she might hate me now though cos I heavily implied she was poor. She is though!
Did you insist on paying? That could be construed lots of ways and inference of poverty isn't the main one that springs to mind ;)
She's on my fb wall recently if you want to stalk.
I don't think what you said is that bad if it is true, if she is not touchy about it and if you know her well enough to a) make that judgment accurately and b) actually utter it aloud.
You cna get them in what look like empty pots from supermarkets. They look really unassuming before they grow, but they're beautiful when they flower and can last for years. My mum gt one from Lidl in 2006 and it's still going.
Don't get her a silly pot plant then.
She'll get the hint.
It's like a decoration and activity in one. Thread over, EVERYBODY OUT.
I recommend one of these
But it works equally well if you just turn up at her house with him, if not better
the aguilera one is pretty good
Just two overweight, balding men.
Go for the jugular while theres still time!!
Watermelon with her face carved into the side
- some nice glassware like a punch bowl set or a decanter
- a beautiful candle
- a nice reading lamp
- if she likes books maybe some bookends
- a nice wall clock
- a nice mirror
- a small antique trinket
- kitchenware eg a decent garlic crusher
- a fun parlour game/ board game (get invited round to play it)
- some posh food depending on time of year. More of a winter gift.
- a book that you love
- something cool from a charity shop eg a record player and something to play on it
- something for the garden if there is one
- something nice made of carved wood like a large jewellery box
- scented pouches/ paper for underwear drawers (intimate)
- a tea set and nice teas
The Muji Screwdriver Set http://www.muji.eu/pages/online.asp?Sec=6&Sub=32&PID=701
This never fails to impress when you attach the screwdrivers perpendicular to the handle for maximum torque action.
she'll certainly know you fancy her when you say this to her
the egg-cup below is cool tho
Rejected Alan Partridge line?
http://www.dreamicons.com/alessi-cico-egg-cup-by-stefano-giovannoni-p-204.html (the hat is a salt-shaker)
that the feeling is mutual, because a thread like this is asking for trouble.
Actual answer - life sized cardboard cut out of yourself.
ProfessorDog = 3
One of those he's probably cheating with himself, so I'm going to say ... 4!
thumb in a softie?
'QR code for their wifi'!? They are having me on.
Personalised gifts are a good shout but might show too much that you're in to them if you want to keep it more subtle.
I'd go with a good book perhaps, or if you've seen the flat or how she likes her decor, then some soft furnishings in keeping with it?
You have so many ladies on the go.
It's good because I made a joke the other day how our text conversations are like letters from a Jane Austen book (really long and you usually have to wait days for it to arrive) and it's pretty and I can also boast about how I know the person who designed the cover. Girls love a boaster.
No I don't.
"didge?" inside the front cover
Girls do love a boaster, as long as you deliver said boast in the most boastful way possible. Extra panty wetness if you end with something along the lines of 'I know them and you don't! ner ner nerrr'
We need to catch up obviously, I don't know what is going on, but it seems like you've turned into Tim Meadows in that character where he gets all the girls. The girlie bloke? that's not it.
I really want them, you can put them on the fridge or on the hob cover
FFS hurry though, only 5 left in stock.
Got it for a close friend for his birthday. Now hangs proudly on his bedroom wall.