• Valentine day plans?

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    Glitter&Pearls [sign in to see picture]
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    I'm working til midnight but I plan on wearing stockings to work under my uniform and sending a few cheeky pics to oh so he'll b ready and waiting for me when I get in ;)
    We are going for a meal on the Friday night tho..We don't 'do' Valentines it's just a date night x

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    I'm sure i heard a while back there was a valentines day sale like the Christmas day sale. Does anyone know if that is right? If so will try and save some pennies x

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    we're off to our favourite resteraunt and then home to show him my new lingerie and play with our new toys. we've been away for a while so I'm super excited to have some more fun

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    A naughty weekend away with the gag, clamps & whips...only 2 weeks left :)

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    Love the red lingerie that tends to be around for Valentines day Still not decided what to buy the Mrs .

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    Vanilla_Kink wrote:

    I'm sure i heard a while back there was a valentines day sale like the Christmas day sale. Does anyone know if that is right? If so will try and save some pennies x

    Will for sure be following this thread now! I really hope there is!

    Well, update on my situation. My OH has booked a table on the Friday night before Valentines, it is very expensive there and I KNOW he can't afford it, and have told him to cancel it as it will be atleast £90.

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    sugarboobies2232 wrote:

    Vanilla_Kink wrote:

    I'm sure i heard a while back there was a valentines day sale like the Christmas day sale. Does anyone know if that is right? If so will try and save some pennies x

    Will for sure be following this thread now! I really hope there is!

    Well, update on my situation. My OH has booked a table on the Friday night before Valentines, it is very expensive there and I KNOW he can't afford it, and have told him to cancel it as it will be atleast £90.

    I wouldn't cancel it . He's probably in his way trying to make it up to you .I just think if you cancel it you could unintentionally make the situation worse.

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    mysteron wrote:

    sugarboobies2232 wrote:

    Vanilla_Kink wrote:

    I'm sure i heard a while back there was a valentines day sale like the Christmas day sale. Does anyone know if that is right? If so will try and save some pennies x

    Will for sure be following this thread now! I really hope there is!

    Well, update on my situation. My OH has booked a table on the Friday night before Valentines, it is very expensive there and I KNOW he can't afford it, and have told him to cancel it as it will be atleast £90.

    I wouldn't cancel it . He's probably in his way trying to make it up to you .I just think if you cancel it you could unintentionally make the situation worse.

    Thats what I think too, but I know he cant afford it, and will put more pressure on him with money. I know he is trying to make up for how things have been, especially when I said to him while arguing the other night he "doesn't want to go out with me, ever suggest we go out for dinner or a date night". We shall see

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    sugarboobies2232 wrote:

    mysteron wrote:

    sugarboobies2232 wrote:

    Vanilla_Kink wrote:

    I'm sure i heard a while back there was a valentines day sale like the Christmas day sale. Does anyone know if that is right? If so will try and save some pennies x

    Will for sure be following this thread now! I really hope there is!

    Well, update on my situation. My OH has booked a table on the Friday night before Valentines, it is very expensive there and I KNOW he can't afford it, and have told him to cancel it as it will be atleast £90.

    I wouldn't cancel it . He's probably in his way trying to make it up to you .I just think if you cancel it you could unintentionally make the situation worse.

    Thats what I think too, but I know he cant afford it, and will put more pressure on him with money. I know he is trying to make up for how things have been, especially when I said to him while arguing the other night he "doesn't want to go out with me, ever suggest we go out for dinner or a date night". We shall see

    In all honesty I think you are going to have to bite the bullet here . Just maybe he has the money at one side. I just don't think you are in a position to cancel. Maybe suggest an alternative venue but tread carefully in doing so

    Good luck x

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    The usual for me & the Missus. Some pervy sex, followed by a take-out Chinese before sticking a movie on. We're happy with just that. Not boring - just secure in our feelings for each other.

    I was going to suggest drinking Sangria in the park and feeding animals in the zoo, but I think that's been done...

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    Probably go for a nice meal and then I'll model some nice new sexy lingerie I plan to purchase from Lovehoney.

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    mysteron wrote:

    sugarboobies2232 wrote:

    mysteron wrote:

    sugarboobies2232 wrote:

    Vanilla_Kink wrote:

    I'm sure i heard a while back there was a valentines day sale like the Christmas day sale. Does anyone know if that is right? If so will try and save some pennies x

    Will for sure be following this thread now! I really hope there is!

    Well, update on my situation. My OH has booked a table on the Friday night before Valentines, it is very expensive there and I KNOW he can't afford it, and have told him to cancel it as it will be atleast £90.

    I wouldn't cancel it . He's probably in his way trying to make it up to you .I just think if you cancel it you could unintentionally make the situation worse.

    Thats what I think too, but I know he cant afford it, and will put more pressure on him with money. I know he is trying to make up for how things have been, especially when I said to him while arguing the other night he "doesn't want to go out with me, ever suggest we go out for dinner or a date night". We shall see

    In all honesty I think you are going to have to bite the bullet here . Just maybe he has the money at one side. I just don't think you are in a position to cancel. Maybe suggest an alternative venue but tread carefully in doing so

    Good luck x

    Ok, I shall take your advice again Mysteron and bite the bullet. What do you think would happen if I did tell him to cancel it? (I've already done so as I expressed my concern at how expesive it will be and he said its fine)

    x

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    If yiu told him to cancel , the way things are he would take it the wrong way .At best suggest an alternative venue that may cost less.

    I am beginning to think it could be the money situation that is the route of his problem and causing stress for him I know this meal isn't going to help the money situation but may help to ease pressure on your relationship.in short term but I don't know the longer term implacations should he not have this expense covered.

    I think you may have to give him benefit of the doubt that it is 'fine" .

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    mysteron wrote:

    If yiu told him to cancel , the way things are he would take it the wrong way .At best suggest an alternative venue that may cost less.

    I am beginning to think it could be the money situation that is the route of his problem and causing stress for him I know this meal isn't going to help the money situation but may help to ease pressure on your relationship.in short term but I don't know the longer term implacations should he not have this expense covered.

    I think you may have to give him benefit of the doubt that it is 'fine" .

    This is my concern, short term yes it will help our relationship but longer term I'm worried of his money situation. I don't want to offend him when I say cancel it but feel I should just go along with it.

    Thanks again x

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    Nothing! Just the same year after year!

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    I'll take you out Blue :p

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    My boyfriend & I will be cooking a nice meal together & I've bought a few things to suprise him with (:

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    sugarboobies2232 wrote:

    mysteron wrote:

    If yiu told him to cancel , the way things are he would take it the wrong way .At best suggest an alternative venue that may cost less.

    I am beginning to think it could be the money situation that is the route of his problem and causing stress for him I know this meal isn't going to help the money situation but may help to ease pressure on your relationship.in short term but I don't know the longer term implacations should he not have this expense covered.

    I think you may have to give him benefit of the doubt that it is 'fine" .

    This is my concern, short term yes it will help our relationship but longer term I'm worried of his money situation. I don't want to offend him when I say cancel it but feel I should just go along with it.

    Thanks again x

    Perhaps this is what you both really need a bit of "Us Time" together away from the house .That's why I think if the hotel trip had gone ahead and don't get me wrong I understend the financial reasons for cancelling ,but never the less it may have been the break that both of you really needed to get some quality time together.

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    Starting to get some ideas together for my Valentines Order with Lovehoney. Just waiting to see if that "special" item of lingerie appears in the section before I order. The Christian Grey tie will be amongst the order as I would like to wear that whilst on our Valentines Dinner. I think it gives a message of what's in store when we get back.

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    No plans i dont think...hoping its not that time of the month..hoping to treat him to a few things off his wishlist on here xxx

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