Once we are far away into our adulthood, things are never the same as they have been when we were teenagers. Teenage, for the ’80s born, was all about slam books, Archies greeting card, Cadbury Dairy Milk, roses, and teddies. Did I miss anything?
Anyway, nowadays teenagers are smart; they are intelligent enough to not waste money on Valentine Day gifts to their respective sweetie-pies. They would instead go Netflix or grab the gaming console with a bucket of popcorn.
I am not asking you to bother them, but for us who have finished a heady quarter of life and don’t mind being silly with our partners, I have a few cute Valentine Day gift suggestions. They will transport you and the recipient to the good old teenage where everything was so romantic, stupid, sweet, and mushy. The time when texting wasn’t there, and we would still write love letters appointing the doves from our friends’ circle to drop it to the recipient.
So, in this blog, I have curated a list of inexpensive gifts with messages. If you have an Amazon Prime account, you can have it delivered overnight. By the way, these do not affiliate to either Amazon or the sellers for any commission.
I think this is one is too cute to gift your partner to deck up their work or study desk. If you want to re-kindle your teenage love for your recipient, this is so ideal. Literally, it will be burning bright in their mind throughout the day, at least on Valentine’s Day.
Hey, are you married to a doctor or dating a doctor? Look, this one is such a good fit. Even if your partner is not a medical professional, gifting love capsules would suggest how are you still suffering from your teenage love for your partner.
This is for your beloved’s breakfast on Valentine Day. A marmalade of your teenage feelings ready to jam your mundane life. Pack this in a grocery wrap and bundle it with a loaf of brown bread. Wait for the reaction.
Here’s the good old message in a bottle with sand and shells. It reminded me when someone in my class put a message in my water bottle which I thought was full. When I realized it was empty, I shook it to figure a scroll. It was absolutely hilarious.
Here is another example of how commerce can get cute. This Valentine Day gift is ideal for pre- or post- marriage, really. The idea is to be silly and funny, and so your partner will have a good time un-layering the box with your secret messages.
No more bottles and boxes, straight to the envelope. Write your damn love letter and slip it under their door or office desk or wherever you can stalk your partner. But don’t be around to spoil it. Let your partner recall the good old love of teenage days.
Okay now don’t ask me where can you get them 😃. If you are asking for links, click on the hyperlinked text above respective suggestions. There are varieties of these items on Amazon. The ones here are very pocket-friendly recalling the fact how poor we used to be in our limited pocket money. 😃
If you enjoyed this little tour to your teenage, consider it my Valentine Day gift for you! Have a lovely one.