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basshead
14th February 2009, 09:20
What did you get you other half and what did they get you?

I got my wife some tulips :laugh

d000hg
14th February 2009, 09:39
I made a 15-foot-high heart in the snow on our back lawn - had to wait for her to get to sleep so was out shovelling 4-inch deep snow at 1am!

FiveTimes
14th February 2009, 10:47
flowers and perfume.

I got bugger all as usual, I'm sure that might change this evening :D

Beefy198
14th February 2009, 12:50
We never do anything, and we're quite happy with it like that.

HairyArsedBloke
14th February 2009, 12:58
What did you get you other half and what did they get you?

I got my wife some tulips :laugh

I see the profanity filter is still working :laugh

AtW sent me ...... Nothing :ohwell

Paddy
14th February 2009, 14:32
I see the profanity filter is still working :laugh

AtW sent me ...... Nothing :ohwell

AtW sent himself some baby oil and Tesco Value Tissues.

chicane
14th February 2009, 16:45
We never do anything, and we're quite happy with it like that.

Congratulations on hooking up with one of the three women in the Western world that understand what a commercial occasion Valentine's day is!

Wish my other half felt the same :tantrum:

BrilloPad
14th February 2009, 16:47
I got her a new potato peeler. ;)

Actually this year was just cards to each other : money is still tight.

Her card was from moonpig and had my photo on the front.

Churchill
14th February 2009, 20:08
I got her a new potato peeler. ;)

Actually this year was just cards to each other : money is still tight.

Her card was from moonpig and had my photo on the front.

And the phrase "Happy Hallowe'en"?

Cliphead
14th February 2009, 20:29
I wrote her a tune which induced tears.

Note to self - less banjos next time...

minestrone
14th February 2009, 21:02
I went out and got 15 quid worth of fillet steaks to cook for dinner, she ended up coming back pissed from the pub and has now went to bed.

Churchill
14th February 2009, 23:27
I wrote her a tune which induced tears.

Note to self - less banjos next time...

My singing has the same effect! :D

badger7579
14th February 2009, 23:56
This is the first time in years I've not had to bother with Valo's day. No pressure trying to think up novel ways to show how much you love the other half.. It was great.

I'm not bitter, its actually a relief not to bother with all this carp.. :smokin