Valentine's Day Accidents

Worst Valentine’s Day gifts

Worst Valentine’s Day gifts

Everyone searches for just the right Valentine’s Day gift to give their partner on February 14. While some people succeed and get their partner the gift they remember forever, others miss the mark entirely and buy a gift that their partner would like to quickly forget.
Here are some of the worst Valentine’s gifts. They could be tasteless, offensive, thoughtless, boring, or just without thought.
How about a plain black coffee mug? Offensive no, without thought? Yes.
Cheap plastic flowers from a dollar store. Ugh. Especially bad if you leave the price tag on. (You don’t have to brag how much you spent on your love.)
An expired coupon to a restaurant that no longer exists. You can guarantee that they couple did not exchange gifts the following year.
These are a few more of actual gifts given on February 14. A toilet seat. For his sake (if a guy gave it to a woman), we hope he put it back down after using the bathroom. Jumper cables. At least those could have a practical use. In appropriate candy messages. Nothing says Valentine’s Day like getting a candy that reads “Bite Me!” or “Lick me!.” Dental hygiene products. Please don’t intimate that your partner needs to improve their dental hygiene. Any type of cleaning tool, supply, or appliance. If you have time, bring back that vacuum, weed whacker, or the wet-dry vac. A garbage can. (Unless you are dating Oscar the Grouch). And, wait for it. Nothing at all. Nothing says I love you like…well, nothing. If you have fallen into one of these traps, take heart, you still have time to go the store and rectify it!
They might not be experts on what to buy for Valentine’s Day, but if you have been injured and need legal advice call the experts at the Ehline Law Firm APLC. All initial consultations are free. We answer the phone and, in some cases, we can cover your medical expenses upfront.

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