10 February 2013

Uganda: She Wants That Gift

THIS Valentine's Day, as a woman in love, you probably want a gift from your husband or boyfriend, but the last time you asked him for an iPhone, he ignored you. Carol Kasujja brings how you can get your dream gift without directly asking him.

Act nice:

Valentines is next week and by all means you expect a gift from your loved one, but since lately you have not been the best girlfriend or wife, this weekend, try to be nice and act at your best. The attitude you present to your boyfriend or husband should change, be humble, obedient to open his heart, listen to whatever he tells you, cook nice food and show a lot of care so that the man feels loved and respected. As Valentine's Day draws nearer, he might think of rewarding you with a nice gift.


During that weekend shopping and you come across expensive jewelry, start mooning in a stylish way by using words like "Oh my God I love gold jewelry' 'If I had that necklace, it would match well on my purple dress' 'I love those high heels" keep on hinting on how desperately you need particular jewelry. By doing this you are giving him an idea of what you love and where to buy them.

Promise with reward:

When watching TV or standing at the stage and you happen to see a type of car you have always admired, just say it loud, 'I swear if any man ever buys me such a car, I will never leave him. This will definitely send a signal to him that you want that BMW. Of course you have to pull these stunts when you know the man has just hit a big deal. It works try it on Monday.

Mention that it is Valentines:

"Valentines is near the corner," by saying this, a man gets to know that his wife has not forgotten about Valentine's and she is counting down. By mentioning that Thursday will be Valentine's Day, he will be aware of the future and hopefully there will be some awesome presents!

Leave clues that he will notice:

You have been dating for more than four years, but the word marriage is not in your boyfriend's vocabulary, deep down you feel February 14 is the right time for him to propose and show some commitment in the relationship, but you do not want to show him you are desperate for a ring, the best way to leave clues for that man who claims he is still studying you, is to pull out magazine pages or newspapers pullouts beautiful engagement rings and put it in an area you know he will see. Like right by the remote for instance, at the fridge or on the table. The fact that you take your time to single out this page will definitely get his attention and chances are he will look into purchasing the item. This trick is usually used by young women.

Buy them gifts:

Now that valentines is next week, just stop on your way and buy him some socks or shoes. You do not have to go to expensive places, if you give him that gift, he will feel has a debt to buy you a gift. Trust me, any man who has been given a surprise gift feel they have an obligation to their wives or girlfriends.

Tell your best friend who is close to your husband to tell him the kind of gift you would love to have, she might break the news.

As long as you have paid attention to the tips above in order to apply them to your boyfriend or husband, this romantic day will be the one of the best day in your lifetime.

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