If you don’t have a lot money to spend on your sweetheart this year, you might be looking for some cheap Valentine’s Day gift ideas — so we asked our Facebook friends for some advice…
Make a card
Don’t buy anything. It’s really cheap that way. 🙂 lol
Lap dance 😉
Home made dinner, book of homemade coupons for foot rubs and kitty litter cleanings
Buy yourself a present. You got to love yourself too.
Giving her money to buy her own gift..
No roses…. Buy other flowers… Roses have a crazy markup on v day
My hubby loves chocolate, so I’m making him a chocolate cupcake bouquet! Google it, their pretty cool!
An IOU for flowers on the 15th when all the left overs are marked down..?
Just be single and stay single! men are all liars n scam artists anyhow 😉
Here are five more…
#5. A nicely framed list of all the things your mother said you should look for in a mate.
#4. Spell out her name with Kit Kats and red suckers from last year’s Halloween stash.
#3. Spell out her name in the snow.
#2. Remember, there’s no better way to show respect and admiration for someone than good sturdy handshake (be sure to wash your hands first if you also did number three).
#1. Remember nothin’ says lovin’ like a heart shaped meatloaf in the oven (and that’s not a euphemism for something, I mean an actual meatloaf in the oven)!
In the words of Yoda the great Jedi Master, “Ah my young re-gifting apprentice. If re-gift you must — then must you re-gift?”. Re-gifting is more of a science than an art, so before you embark on your journey of enlightened re-gifting here are a few tips from the master. Mike’s top five tips for re-gifting.
#5. Do not re-gift to the same person that gave you the original gift. I know this seems obvious, but it has happened, that’s why I mention it.
#4. Before re-gifting clothing, remove deodorant dust from all pits and crevices (and give it a nice shake to freshen it up a bit).
#3. Remember to apply a price tag, then remove most of it, revealing just a small piece of the tag.
#2. Carefully remove monogram stitching. NOTE: Do not remove monogram stitching with your teeth and tongue (especially if you have a weepy cold sore)!
#1. No calenders, no underwear and no home-made beer.