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Best Valentine's Day gift (as recipient):

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Something edible
  1635 votes / 12%
Something jeweled
  235 votes / 1%
Something to hang on the wall
  158 votes / 1%
Something electronic
  1467 votes / 10%
Something not covered by this list
  3263 votes / 24%
Nothing at all
  2169 votes / 16%
Valentine's Day does not exist for me
  4626 votes / 34%
13553 total votes.
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  • Re:None of the Above (Score:5, Interesting)

    by JanneM (7445) on Thursday February 13, 2014 @02:14AM (#46235891) Homepage

    Agreed. With that said, I got this for Valentine's from my wife a couple of years ago, and it's a tough one to beat: http://janneinosaka.blogspot.j... []

  • Something crafted (Score:2, Interesting)

    by phishen (1044934) on Thursday February 13, 2014 @07:15PM (#46241827)
    My girlfriend has never been with someone around Valentine's Day, and after we both spent a boat load of money on Christmas she was wondering what we should do. I told her we shouldn't commercialize our love by buying things just because the diamond companies say so and suggested that we craft things. I made her a picture frame that is themed after a video game we both play and put a photo of us inside. I think she is making something similar. I'm an engineer and not an artist, but this was not difficult and I think we will both enjoy it way more than many expensive gifts.

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