Right in the middle of cuffing season, Christmas is basically an etiquette nightmare for the just-started-dating crowd.What if she gets you a nice, thoughtful gift and you have nothing for her?If your weekend trip includes a lot of chill downtime, I'd suggest scooping up a book for him to read.It could be something he's been meaning to pick up for himself or a new book you think he'll love. you’ve been dating someone for a few weeks, and you’re totally into him/her but you guys haven’t had that whole DTR — “define the relationship,” FYI — talk yet. It really is a fine line you gotta tread in these early stages of dating. You don’t want to spend too much and make him/her feel pressured ( and under is a good rule of thumb), but at the same time, you don’t want something so generic and cheap that they don’t feel special.
She and her beau are celebrating their one year anniversary this weekend and she'd like to give him a sweet little gift but isn't sure where to start. We're going away for the Labor Day holiday..I wanted to get him/do something special to commemorate the day (like a surprise).(Just don’t get her a poinsettia—they’re mom flowers, they look super cheap, and they’re toxic to pets.) Pick a place near where she lives and offer to meet her at home beforehand, so she doesn’t have to carry those fuckers around all night.You're not exclusive, but you're certainly not just friends, it's, well, complicated (or at the very least, undefined).You can get a 28-pack for just .49 (on sale right now!) and, if you're feeling particularly romantic, you can even write a little extra note on the package.