Birthday gift ideas for a guy you just started dating
If you've only ever hung out two or three times (but for like, six-hour stretches and have tons of chemistry), a simple, cheeky card will serve its purpose in lieu of a more concrete gift.It's casual but it lets you write out what you like about spending time with the person.And if you make it past the 60th date, you'll always have this card for your future family scrapbook.
A quality scented candle is a solid gesture and will make the room you ~share~ all winter a little bit cozier.
Here are some ideas: The positive thing about being stuck in the texting phase is that you probably have a solid grasp on your crush's interests.
Books are neutral, yet personal, especially if you truly tap into who they are and what they like.
And no, you cannot just get him a box of boring chocolates. has some great cocktails that aren't impossible to make. And if you like sports, nothing brings two people closer together quite like cheering in the bleachers in the freezing cold while chugging down overpriced beer. Then there is nothing cooler than BYOB, or Brewing Your Own Beer. If you're unfamiliar with the world of board games beyond Monopoly, Settlers of Catan is a great place to start — just don't forget to put away all of the little pieces before you have sex on the table after you win. He'll love when he writes his ideas in that sweet Moleskine pad or unique leather notebook — and it's way, way classier. (Or maybe yours can, in which case, props to your grandma.) Texting glove are super functional and super stylish. And when he's gaming, it's a great excuse for you to catch up on 9.
Brooklyn Brew Shop makes kits in a variety of flavors that make DIY brewing easy to do, and you two can get your brew on together. Trying to figure out how to get a tiny game piece out of your butt can definitely bring two people closer together, but you might want to wait til you've known each other a little bit longer for that. Plus, the "I couldn't text you because I was wearing gloves" excuse is out the window.