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What would be a good 2 year anniversary gift for a girl?

33 10 October 24, 2011 at 09:48 PM
What would be a good 2 year anniversary gift for a girl?

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What would be a good 2 year anniversary gift for a girl?
are we talking here about your love interest or about a 2 year old girl?
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are we talking here about your love interest or about a 2 year old girl?
love interest lol. fresh out of ideas everything seems cliche lol
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love interest lol. fresh out of ideas everything seems cliche lol
this is hard man.. you know better what she likes.Is the the outdoorsy type?does she like jewelry or brand name clothes? Does she like tech ? What is your budget?
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Ipod, Ipad2, digital camera?
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Umm budget is $400 god i hate anniversaries lol
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Umm budget is $400 god i hate anniversaries lol
flowers are a must

private dinner is a must (either you cook or you take her out to a nice restaurant)

buy her a pendant .. like this one http://www.amazon.com/White-Diamo...B000X9TGMG

the item that i linked is just an example (with phony reviews ) feel free to buy it localy (Sears ,kmart have coupons/FF promotions that can be applied on jewelery as well)
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I don't know anything about your girlfriend so I wish I could be of more assistance. I always use this gift finder site when I'm stumped: http://www.gifts.com/finder
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magic wand.
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Pandora bracelet with a very special charm(s).
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Pandora bracelet with a very special charm(s).
Pretty well agree with sportsdoll. My fiancee's favorite gift I ever got her was a Pandora bracelet and sterling hoop earrings that could hold Pandora charms. She either has on the bracelet or the earrings with matching charms every day. Being able to play around with the charms on the earrings to have different colors/patterns/etc to match her outfit makes it have a lot of variety. You can always then upgrade the hoops (gold for example) or buy more charms at any time.

Especially if it is a love interest and not a current girlfriend/fiancee/wife, it needs to be something with a lot of thought and meaning behind it. Electronics, clothes and anything else that they will see somebody else having the exact same one of later won't be a constant reminder that you cared.

Note: Pay attention to her ears, neck, and wrists before ever buying jewelry. If she never has any on, she very well might not like them. If she ALWAYS has a certain on one, it might not be replaceable. For me personally, I can't buy my fiancee pendants. She has worn a cross since being a little girl. The chain is replaceable, but not the pendant. If you are unsure, asking about where they got a piece of jewelry is a good conversation starter anyways.
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Take her away for the weekend, there's probably nothing she wants more than some time spent with you :0)
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I don't get how all the posts where deleted... censorship at its best. there must be 30 moderators in this forum.
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Earrings if she has her ears piereced. Sapphire studs if she's that type?
And a "special" date, maybe something a little different like sailing + picnic
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