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Valentine’s Day Gifts He’ll Actually Like And Use


by IMAGE
13th Feb 2016

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Not bought Himself a Valentine’s Day gift yet? We like your style.

We’re guessing you’re the type who works best under pressure, likes the thrill of the last-minute hunt, prefers to live life a little on the edge? Or perhaps you just forgot/couldn’t be bothered until now. Either way, we’re here to save your rasher with our round-up of the best darn gifts a boy could ask for.

From cool cufflinks to sexy shades, smart watches, shoes and bags, he’ll be all kinds of grateful if he’s lucky enough to receive one of these super-chic presents.

Now, even if he thinks a saggy bouquet of garage-bought buds will do, he’s sorely mistaken.

Cue: dinner on him for the next six weeks. Yessss!

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