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bzrzxyParticipantSeptember 8, 2015 at 12:28 am #85258
So, met this guy about a month ago and we started going on dates. Nothing crazy, we keep it simple like a movie or an abnormally long walk or visit to the beach/state park. We both work a lot so really only have been on a handful of dates. We seem to have clicked, usually end the date by planning another one or at least a “had a really good time, lets do something again”.
His birthday is coming up…and wrapping presents is right up there with folding laundry for me…so I want to get him something. So my question is, is it too soon to get him gifts? And would it come off weird? Six dates and a month of knowing each other.
Semsem371ParticipantSeptember 8, 2015 at 4:54 pm #85289
You can get him something but nothing too expensive, its the thought that counts in this type of situation and then again only do so if you feel that hes worth it and from what you said you guys click so you can totally go for it
BohrddudeParticipantJanuary 7, 2016 at 4:50 pm #91280
In the past when I’ve run into this issue I’ve just cooked dinner for the guy one night near his birthday (early in a relationship it seems like a bad call to try and do it on their birthday, since they probably want to celebrate with more than just you). It’s doing something nice to celebrate, but also something that would otherwise fit within the context of a newer relationship.
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