From the adventurer to the closet romantic we have the perfect gifts for the man who sweetens your life.
For The Closet Romantic
Ever wonder why your guy falls short in the romance department? If inviting you to watch a Sunday afternoon football game is his idea foreplay, vanilla and lavender candles just won’t cut it for this manly man. Enter Man Candles. From pizza to pot roast and BBQ to football leather, these man scented candles appeal to his testosterone side to help bring out the hidden romantic within. Soon, you’ll be walking into a bedroom filled with candlelight every night.
He found his way to your heart and has been getting lost ever since. The TomTom XL 350 GPS with widescreen navigation, advanced lane guidance and a Help Me! emergency menu will ensure he never gets lost again. It’s a gift that says “find your way back to me” or at the very least, will stop any unromantic quarrels because he refuses to ask for directions.
The Pocket Ref, 4th edition is the perfect gift for the guy who has everything–now he can know everything too. The Pocket Ref, 4th edition featured on Mythbusters contains 544 pages of tables, maps, formulas and conversions and covers topics from carpentry and construction to mining and milling. It’s small enough to fit into his pocket yet filled with more information than he will ever need.
Fell in love with a thrill seeker? Then send him into combat or teach him how to scuba dive. With a Samba Days Action and Adventure gift, you can choose from over 50 thrill-seeking adventures that will fill any need he has for an adrenaline rush. If you’re into a little adventure seeking yourself, why not take him for a tandem hang gliding experience. Then when you get home you can relive the experience while you snuggle in bed.
We’d be remiss if we didn’t add this to the list. When we took it to Twitter and Facebook the overwhelming response from guys when asked what they most want for Valentine’s Day was sex. So shake out the mothballs from the lingerie he bought you last year and give your guy a good time this Valentine’s Day.
Sharon DeVellis came to work at the YMC as the Yummy Mummy Club Coordinator after winning Canada's Yummiest Mummy Contest, a contest based on creativity and not on parenting skills (*whew* wipe beads of sweat from brow).
She is now the Senior Writer and maintains the voice of YMC which sounds very similar to the voice in her head. Being crazy is finally paying off.
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