No, you date someone because you enjoy their company and like them ... not because you expect them to buy you gifts.
No, agree with the others you don't date someone for gifts. In 29 years of marriage I got gifts for anniversaries probably 5 times. I didn't marry for gifts either. The other person may want to move on if they are so important to you.
There's been some research done that has a little validity in proving that single guys avoid serious dating and dating at all between the Christmas season and Valentines Day because they don't know how to handle gift-giving to someone they don't know well.
On the other hand, women always want to give a man something. That would be something trivial if they just met the guy, but she wants to give him something.
I don't believe The Woman's Movement has figured out how to tackle this problem yet, . ROFL!
Not necessarily. There are too many factors to consider first.
I was dating a guy a month before Christmas..He bought me a gift but I didn't know we were exchanging gifts..I felt bad that he surprised me with a gift but made it up by paying for dinner our next date..
Yes, because it's kind of thoughtless on their part. Even if it was a box of chocolates it would show thought and effort in getting it.
Gifts dont matter to me but this year i gave him a daughter the least he could do is get me a card (he actually got me an expensive camera)
Not a priority
Not a priority
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