All I ever wanted was a simple man, that’s all I ever wanted from my husband. And I got it. However, no man is totally simple, and in some ways he is so exceedingly difficult, you know what I’m talking about here. I’m talking about buying birthday gifts. Buying. Birthday. Gives. Is so difficult when you’re dating a man who is so simple. He will say that he wants these really modest things, but when you buy them for him he will just politely be please, and it’s hard to get that passionate reaction out of him. And on birthdays, you know as well as me, that that is the time of year that you want to be creating passionate reactions. You know what I mean, ladies.
Especially after marriage. Birthdays are the kind of time that you really want to make sure that your man is satisfied, and you want your man to be wanting to satisfy you! You know what I’m talking about? Of course you do. So, here’s my to suggestions. To something simple. If your man is a simple man. Buy him a cooler. Go to Survival Cooking, and look at the most highly reviewed types of tents and coolers and grills, and just buy him one that seems to suit his interests– I’ve been looking at the best watches under 500. Or, do something more sentimental. By him and nice watch. Isn’t that the kind of thing that you would want if you were a man? I know a lot of men will never say that they want to fashion accessory (realtor Dave Jenkins, a good friend of ours, once told this) but a watch is a nice thing because it also serves a practical, old-school purpose. I think that’s a good idea. Don’t you?