For some of us, just figuring out what to do on Valentine’s Day can be stressful.
For others, the problem lies in what to give. How do you buy something for someone that isn’t a cliché? My answer: you don’t. You buy them nothing. The best Valentine’s gifts are created. They’re also naughty, thoughtful and much better than any box of chocolates.
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Can’t afford a sexy boat? Write him a sexy note. If this were the 1950s you could place it in his lunchbox as he went off to work, but unless you have access to a time machine (and if you, you really should be using your it to right human rights wrongs, not performing your romantic experiments) leaving it somewhere where he’ll stumble on to it. Maybe it can be something instructive, tied around your neck or waist with string. Maybe it can be delivered to his work. It could be a command (“get your clothes off so I can…”), a question (“will you spank me?”), an instruction (“Step 1: remove tie. Step 2: tie my hands to the bed with it”), or really whatever you want. Have at it, sexy Shakespeares.
Not the kind you get at a salon. Whether you do a fun shave job that will make his own hair stand on end, or go to the waxer for some South American styling, this little trim should say one thing: Surprise! How you reveal your new do is up to you. Over dinner, you could give him a little preview during a private moment. Or maybe when he comes home, you’re lying on the bed wearing only red ribbon and he gets to unwrap you.
Trying New Things
I don’t mean take up crafting. That thing you know he wants to try but has been too shy to ask for? That fun thing you think about every time you have private time with you and your wee down there lady friend? What better excuse to open up the doors of experimentation than Valentine’s Day? And if it turns out that light bondage wasn’t for you…well…at least there’s chocolate.
What would you like for Valentine’s Day? What will it cost?