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What to Get my Polish Guy for Valentines Day.


LAGirl 9 | 496
5 Jan 2010  #1
Hi its Valentines Day in a month and my Polish goodlooking guy and I have been together for 8 months now. we are planning a romantic weekend getaway.

we plan to be together and I told him that I want to be with him and in the future,right now I am in college. now he doesnt like jewlery and he is picky on presents.I was thinking of getting him a promise bracelet or something to signify our relationship to make it more solid.what do Polish guys like for presents and something to signify promise.

thanks.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
5 Jan 2010  #2
romantic weekend getaway.

Why don't you get yourself some nice lingerie and wear it for him on your weekend?
OP LAGirl 9 | 496
7 Jan 2010  #3
I am doing that.I want tog et something to say hey we are going to be together. i told him last night more about how I feel. he was happy.hopefully after I graduate college I will ask him to marry me.
clerynka - | 45
7 Jan 2010  #4
:) :) :) :)

I saw another thread on here that says not to spend a massive amount, as alot of people said that it could be considered expensive. As long as he can afford to spend the same then I guess its ok to spend a bit more, but im not too sure.

I'm actually in the same situation as you, also with a polish guy. Men in general are just difficult to buy for.
OP LAGirl 9 | 496
7 Jan 2010  #5
Yeah they are difficult sometimes to even handle. my Guy and I live together we been together for 8 months.are you American or british.
nomaderol 5 | 726
7 Jan 2010  #6
Men in general are just difficult to buy for.

in general? if there are 3 billion men, you can buy any man from 2 billion who are suitable for your budget. but, you are trying to buy a cadillac with your ten tousands of euro.
OP LAGirl 9 | 496
7 Jan 2010  #7
haha thats funny.
szarlotka 8 | 2,209
7 Jan 2010  #8
Men in general are just difficult to buy for.

Not really. Gadgets work for us - the more complicated and fundamentally useless the better
krysia 23 | 3,059
7 Jan 2010  #9
Get him something from the heart, something personal that would mean a lot to him. Maybe a picture of both of you together, a personalized gift with both your names on it. If he wears jewelry get him that bracelet. Or put together a photo album with your pictures of memories you shared. What would he like? You know him the best and you know what his interests are and what would make him happy.
nomaderol 5 | 726
7 Jan 2010  #10
LaGirl, i suggest a red rose. if you buy him jewellery, bracelets, or the likes, he can sell them to make inital capital and can grow sooner or later, then you know what happens after then. rose will fade sooner or later anyway.
dhennie_jo 4 | 31
7 Jan 2010  #11
Hi LaGirl
Btw im Aze a filipina just curretly moved out in Poland with my polish husband ^^.
Im just new here in this forum as im searching some Filipinas in here.
Yeah have a romantic gateaway with him ^^
bake a cake and put the promice bracelet in it hehehe
usually only guys do it and put the ring in the cake...
well girls can also do it ^^,
Hope to have more friends here ^^
clerynka - | 45
7 Jan 2010  #12
.are you American or british

British (and not so proud)

in general? if there are 3 billion men, you can buy any man from 2 billion who are suitable for your budget. but, you are trying to buy a cadillac with your ten tousands of euro.

Hey, i think you're probably overestimating the amount of money I have ;) haha.
anyway, I guess women are just as awkward to buy for from a male perspective, just commenting from a girls P.O.V.
BrutalButcher - | 391
7 Jan 2010  #13
im searching some Filipinas in here.

Why not Polish female friends?
beckski 12 | 1,617
8 Jan 2010  #15
hopefully after I graduate college I will ask him to marry me.

I'll keep my fingers crossed for the two of you. I had created a thread sometime ago, regarding a woman making a marriage proposal to a man.
grethomory 1 | 154
8 Jan 2010  #16
Why don't you get yourself some nice lingerie and wear it for him on your weekend?

Yes, but to make it more fun...give it a twist...buy some nice lingerie and make him wear it...and then you tear it off of him, lol
marek1024 2 | 12
8 Jan 2010  #17
Im just new here in this forum as im searching some Filipinas in here.

hi i am a filipina. just new here also. have a polish bf so i joined here heheh
King Sobieski 2 | 716
8 Jan 2010  #18
valentines day is such a hallmark day. save your money.

but i like that you're going to propose...i personally have no qualms for a female to propose.
Ogien 6 | 247
8 Jan 2010  #19
Deepthroat his kielbasa. He will be happy for the rest of his life.
anton888 - | 82
8 Jan 2010  #20
That's just normal procedure
Steveramsfan 2 | 306
8 Jan 2010  #21
It might just be me but i don't want anything for valentines day from my gf.

I'm too busy wanting her to be happy and trying to do something original for her to worry about receiving something.
clerynka - | 45
8 Jan 2010  #22
I agree with this in a sense. Valentines has totally lost all real meaning, it has been over commercialised and the only value in it is literally monetary value. In most cases, it appears that the gift is just given becasue the person feels that this is normal. And I guess, spekaing from a female perspective, that this is mostly true of women, and not so much men, as you have just proved.

You at least have kept the true meaning of valentines day :)
I don't think Im going to get my BF much, and I doubt he will get me much, if anything, either. And thats fine.

You sshouldnt have to show how much you care by fretting over what to buy/how much to spend/ whether it will be appreciated...just be together.

BUT BUT BUT BUT BUT...
It can be a sweet gesture to get someone a sweet, little gift.
Just don't fret too much about it LAGirl, im sure he'l love the fact that you are together, and that you care about him enough to worry about getting him a gift :)

Good luck!
welshguyinpola 23 | 463
8 Jan 2010  #23
Set him up in a 3sum with ur best friend or even ur sister. He'll love u for life
dhennie_jo 4 | 31
8 Jan 2010  #24
Why not Polish female friends?

BrutalButcher

Hi BrutalButcher. I am open to make friends to all.. i am searching for filipina here coz who knows if they live near in the town where i lived now. And as i also said Hope to have more friends here^^
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
8 Jan 2010  #25
Hi its Valentines Day in a month and my Polish goodlooking guy and I have been together for 8 months now. we are planning a romantic weekend getaway.

Yeah, and we have been very well kept informed of all the ups and downs you had with this loser.

Get him a bunch of condoms, some lubricant and make him happy. What the heck do I care about it.

>^..^<

M-G (tiens, tiens, tiens!)
Amathyst 19 | 2,702
8 Jan 2010  #27
He'll love u for life

Or... he will leave her, for her sister :D

Valentines has totally lost all real meaning,

Pray tell what was the "real" meaning? Its always been about sending cards and tolken gifts to a loved one...it just became more commercialised....The meaning is still exactly the same as it always has been.
MareGaea 29 | 2,752
8 Jan 2010  #28
Since the number of documented post we've seen from LAGirl concerning her struggle with her Polish loser, I would suggest we write a manual for her, since it's obvious that she doesn't have a clue on how to deal with this very exceptional and extraordinary type of guys. Quite an accomplishment, given the fact that she has been with him for 8 months and we've been witness from the very first start and get regular updates on how the relationship is moving ahead. But this takes the cake: if you're with somebody for 8 months and you don't even know by then what to give that person for Valentine's? Ghee. You probably never get to know him. He's just a guy like any other guy. And what do guys like? Go figure.

>^..^<

M-G (PF should have a special section "Polish agony aunt")
welshguyinpola 23 | 463
8 Jan 2010  #29
M-G (PF should have a special section "Polish agony aunt")

And of course they would be the best agony aunts in the world, being Polish n'all
OP LAGirl 9 | 496
8 Jan 2010  #30
Ogien I already do that. LMFAO. Guys thanks. I want a picture I will try krysia,s Idea but I was thinking like a promise bracelet or something. I am very much in Love with him. we argue and he is harsh guy because of his life but I try and work it out with him give him hope and love.he knows I want to be with him for a very long time.he was a active member in Solidarity then he came to the states. Pray for me and Zbigniew thats his name and me that our relationships gets stronger and last.I hope to have a family with him someday.thanks again.


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