This year Valentines day coincides with the Chinese new year, so why not add a Chinese flavour to your gift for your special Asian guy. This year is the year of the dog with Chinese new years eve on the 15th and Chinese new year commencing on the 16th. Valentines day is on Wednesday the 14th of February. Red is considered lucky in Chinese and also symbolises the heart for Valentines.
The gifts are in the order of WOW factor and how likely he is going to say “WOW honey! I love you!!” and how likely you’re going to get a fuck.
Gold, Gold, Gold!
Gold is guaranteed to put a huge smile on any Asian guys face. A simple necklace or bracelet or a gold bar. Its shiny, valuable, they will luv it and it’s lucky in Chinese. Also, if they ever need money they can porn it for a thick wad of cash.
Lucky Red Envelope
Jam a lucky red and gold envelope full of Western currency such as USD, AUD, NZD, GBP, Euro etc. They will be amazed to see your local currency and will able to change it to a wad of local Asian currency such as Thai Baht. The amount given in red envelopes should never include the number 4 as when pronounced in Chinese it sounds like the word for death. Amounts including the number 8 will bring good luck and prosperity. $88 is considered a very lucky amount to give.
Phallic Symbol Jug
Stick skewers into phallic shaped items and arrange them in a jug or vase. It will be a talking piece on the office or uni desk.
Gay Themed T Shirt
For a bit of fun, matching His and His t shirts or a I’m not gay but my boyfriend is t shirt.
Matching His and His Pillows
A creative fun addition for the bedroom. Have fun fighting over whos pillow is whos.
Gay Themed Jewelry
Dog tags are in trend again or his and his break necklaces and pendants.
BTW NEVER give clocks or apples as gifts over Chinese new year as they are associated with “separating” or “passing”.
Any other suggestions? What are you doing for Valentine’s day? Let us know in the comment box below