A new national survey by the National Confectioners Association revealed that only 6 percent of men receive Valentine’s Day gifts despite the fact that men spend double what women spend during the February holiday.
In fact, individually, men on average dole out more than $130 for candy, cards and other luxuries as Valentine’s Day gifts. As a result, NCA has named men “America’s Biggest Sweethearts” this Valentine’s Day.
NCA’s survey revealed that children “eat up” Valentine’s Day, receiving the most candy and gifts, 39 percent. It was also discovered that mothers and wives hand out one-third of Valentine’s Day presents and in return unwrap 36 percent of all holiday gifts, a close tie with their children.
In fact, the findings indicate that on Valentine’s Day children and mothers/wives are six times more likely to receive gifts than anyone else in their family, including men and some family pets.
Here are some Valentine’s Gift ideas:
but, remember the men….
Give a bunch of Baccarat roses made up with as many flowers as you cherish you beloved one. If your financial budget is large, give her the crystal Baccarat vase that she will use to put your bouquet in.
Does your husband or companion appreciate beer? Give him as many different sort of beers – there are more than 680 different sorts of Belgian beers that are particularly famous for their diversity and you will only be embarrassed of knowing which one to choose.바카라
Be delicate: do not offer her/his age in a number of flowers or beers; it is Valentine’s Day, not her birthday.
A great classic gift is to give a Haute Couture perfume such as Cacharel that has just created a new perfume, Chanel, Rochas… But everybody does not have the same type of skin nor the same pigmentation; which can cause a degradation of perfume fragrances and the result is that the perfumes do not have the same odor on each one of us.