24 Great Valentine’s Day Gifts for Him
Valentine’s Day is almost here, have you gotten your S/O a gift yet? If you’re a giant procrastinator like my wife, the answer is probably “no”. Don’t worry, I’m not judging. It’s a busy world we live in. Lucky for you, I’ve put together a list of 24 great gift ideas for just about any kind of guy. I may or may not have done it as a subtle hint to my spouse*. But, hey, why not use it to your benefit too?
A quilt or blanket that says something about him.
Slippers that look and feel like they cost more than $5.
Dress socks that are both comfortable and keep it fresh.
Underwear that’s both comfortable and keeps it fresh ;)
A nice robe for lazy mornings (aka weekend mornings when he “accidentally” plays video games for the first 5 hours after getting up).
On the Go
Screwdriver pen, because having one when you need it is awesome, and not having one when you need it is not.
Multitool you could basically build a house with.
Wallet that holds just a little bit more.
Great weekender watch for both day and night.
Classy keychain that’s actually easy to add keys to (maybe with a key on it, if you’re not there yet?).
Nice bag, if he’s still using one that makes it look like he might be on his way to class.
Secret messages he can wear (that aren’t printed on his underwear).
For Fun Together
Manly candle so you can set the mood without A) feeling like you’re in a flower shop or B) getting distracted by suddenly NEEDING to take a trip to the f***ing bakery.
Portable cocktail kit so he can be “that guy” that shows up to a party with his own cocktail kit (jk, it’s for picnics?).
Winc 4 Bottle Wine Gift Box
Wine (no explanation needed).
Organic Lube (again, no explanation needed).
Luxury linen sheets because he’s a human being and spends 1/3 of his life in bed.
Boozy chocolates because it’s Valentine’s Day, and when else are you going to get the man some damned chocolates?
Bath salts for sexy bath time, NOT for ingestion.
Date night book for a little something extra to do between Netflix and “chilling”.
Solid cologne, especially good for those that aren’t aware that 2 half-sprays is where you’re supposed to stop.
Facial brush for better skincare without having to add an extra step into his routine.
Grooming set so he can lose his own stuff instead of yours from now on (or to replace his that you lost, I don’t know your life).
Shoe shine kit that you can both use (as a punishment tool when one of you does something wrong).
*Just kidding, my wife is a lovely person, despite when she purchases her gifts.