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post #16 of 36
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Originally Posted by MetroStyles View Post
Dick in a box.

Wait, this might not work...

doh!
post #17 of 36
my ex - for those of you who follow my lovelife sagas (*coughwhodinicough*), this is the crazy one from Hong Kong - did something amazing for my birthday when we were living apart. My first year in Vietnam (she was in HK), I was pretty lonely out here then, hadn't really made any friends etc. This is how I didn't roll. So - unbeknownst to me - she went into my laptop and exported my address book, then went back to HK and emailed basically all of my friends from all over the world, and asked them to film a video message for me on their cameras, or take a photo of themselves doing something that we used to do together or something that they thought would mean something to me - and then email it back to her. She compiled then a Powerpoint presentation that was like 80 slides long, full of friends from just all over the place wishing me well on my birthday. There were guys I went to college with in the US doing keg stands in my honor, my old kickboxing teacher in Australia shot this thing of him kicking over the cameraman and then the class yelling 'that was for you Matt' to a horizontal camera...boys back in the pool hall in Adelaide where we used to shoot pool...softball dudes in Singapore singing happy birthday...my mother shot a greeting, my brother and (now) sister in law with a cake....all sorts. At midnight she called me, said happy birthday, and sent me a download link. Have to admit, sitting alone in a place where I didn't know anyone on my birthday, I had tears in my eyes watching it. Best gift of my life.
post #18 of 36
why'd you let her go? that is some next-level caring and creativity.
post #19 of 36
most in love I have ever been by far. But she was crazy. That same next-level caring very easily morphed into next-level vitriole, and we fought like cat and dog. Unfortunate, but we just couldn't make it work. Distance of course worsened the situation, and eventually I just had to extricate myself. Couldn't take it anymore. Toughest breakup of my life, and I still miss her now.
post #20 of 36
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most in love I have ever been by far. But she was crazy. That same next-level caring very easily morphed into next-level vitriole, and we fought like cat and dog. Unfortunate, but we just couldn't make it work. Distance of course worsened the situation, and eventually I just had to extricate myself. Couldn't take it anymore. Toughest breakup of my life, and I still miss her now.

bet the make-up sex was incredible, though
post #21 of 36
there's only so much make-up sex you can handle before you just wish you were in a relationship that didn't involve having to make-up so often. Anyhow, sorry OP, slight hijack in progress there, but hope that what she did for me gives you some ideas. Budget an issue for you...well that cost her nothing. - Matt
post #22 of 36
^^ crazy is bad. been there.. And what about one of those digital photo frames for your g/f.
post #23 of 36
First, buy a DIY dildo kit......
post #24 of 36
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Originally Posted by MetroStyles View Post
Dick in a box.

Wait, this might not work...

lol. damn you. when i read the thread title, that was my immediate response. I asked myself, how many posts it would take for someone to say it. Not many, apparently.
post #25 of 36
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lol. damn you. when i read the thread title, that was my immediate response. I asked myself, how many posts it would take for someone to say it. Not many, apparently.

I was surprised it took so many.
post #26 of 36
i married my caring but crazy SO. it's been 10 years and 3 kids and she is still fucking crazy.




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most in love I have ever been by far. But she was crazy. That same next-level caring very easily morphed into next-level vitriole, and we fought like cat and dog. Unfortunate, but we just couldn't make it work. Distance of course worsened the situation, and eventually I just had to extricate myself. Couldn't take it anymore. Toughest breakup of my life, and I still miss her now.
post #27 of 36
a calling card
post #28 of 36
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Originally Posted by Schnurretiger View Post
Maybe something, you could do simultanously, even though you are on different continents.
Actually me and HK girl used to do this a lot. We would go to the DVD store, back and forth SMS til we found a movie we both wanted to see, then go home, put the movie on, get on Skype, "3,2,1 play" and watch it together.
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Thank you guys who gave serious responses.
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