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Birthday Present for Hubby

Postby G... » Fri, 13 May 2005 11:21 am

Hi all, any suggestion what should I buy for my husband birthday?
I really run out of ideas what to buy.... :roll:
btw, he is a professional in his early 30s

Guest

Postby Guest » Fri, 13 May 2005 4:37 pm

Perhaps I can share how I celebrated my ex birthday, donkey years ago.

I was in my late teens, took up a part-time waitress to save up the money for his birthday. It takes me 12 months to save close to $2K (in the late 80s)

Days before his birthday, i tricked him into trying out clothing for my cousin. In fact, those clothing are meant for him, I spent about $250 for few bags of purchases.

On his day, I pre-booked 2 tables in a chinese restuarant, inviting all his buddies + birthday cake. Then continue with a night of dancing with all drinks on me. Last proceed to NTUC chalet, pre-booked and paid by me; inviting all his buddies as well.

I have wrapped the earlier purchased clothing and hid it in the chalet's wardrobe. When he opened up the wardrobe and saw his 'some more' presents, he was so touched that he tears.

Next morning, I prepared a sum of money for him to try his luck in the jack-pot room, just to keep the surprises going.

My ex told me that it was his best birthday ever. Btw, this ex-bf is my ex-hubby as well. :lol:

nice

Postby nice » Fri, 13 May 2005 5:00 pm

wow, why I never meet such generous girl in my life, you still available?

Guest

Postby Guest » Fri, 13 May 2005 5:03 pm

Hahahhaaa......................well well.... after my ex, I realise that I don't need any man to complete my life.

Am still single but very happy to remain single! :lol:

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Postby dot dot dot » Fri, 13 May 2005 5:05 pm

Anonymous wrote:Perhaps I can share how I celebrated my ex birthday, donkey years ago.

I was in my late teens, took up a part-time waitress to save up the money for his birthday. It takes me 12 months to save close to $2K (in the late 80s)

Days before his birthday, i tricked him into trying out clothing for my cousin. In fact, those clothing are meant for him, I spent about $250 for few bags of purchases.

On his day, I pre-booked 2 tables in a chinese restuarant, inviting all his buddies + birthday cake. Then continue with a night of dancing with all drinks on me. Last proceed to NTUC chalet, pre-booked and paid by me; inviting all his buddies as well.

I have wrapped the earlier purchased clothing and hid it in the chalet's wardrobe. When he opened up the wardrobe and saw his 'some more' presents, he was so touched that he tears.

Next morning, I prepared a sum of money for him to try his luck in the jack-pot room, just to keep the surprises going.

My ex told me that it was his best birthday ever. Btw, this ex-bf is my ex-hubby as well. :lol:


So the divorce was his present in return? :cry:

Eric

christina chow

Re: Birthday Present for Hubby

Postby christina chow » Fri, 13 May 2005 7:06 pm

G... wrote:Hi all, any suggestion what should I buy for my husband birthday?
I really run out of ideas what to buy.... :roll:
btw, he is a professional in his early 30s


stick a post it note on the tip of his penis and tickle his ear to wake him in the morning. the note reads " if u can read this, u are ready to enjoy your present. stick your key into my lockset and turn on the heat and hear me moan happy birthday to you!"

Guest

Postby Guest » Fri, 13 May 2005 7:14 pm

be adventurous... call a social escort girl and have a threesome!

Guest

Postby Guest » Fri, 13 May 2005 7:57 pm

I also tried force my wife do it, she is still thinking abt it


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