But something in the -0 range will do, so that at least he'll stop wearing that goddamned Polo Blue like it's still 2004.I say that if he wants you to touch his dick, you get some say in what it smells like.
With the holidays approaching, there are fewer thoughts more romantic than those of what material goods you'll purchase for the person you're fucking.
And yes, because we (for the time being) live in a society where we at least pay lip service to the idea of women being on equal ground with men, you have to buy your boyfriend some shit for Christmas or Hanukkah or whatever holiday he celebrates. For that, you look to the duration of your relationship.
While it's fair enough to say that more dating = more money, you should also consider the seriousness of your offering.
Use this handy guide for some ideas, with the knowledge that, as always, if you disagree with me, you are wrong. Instead, take advantage of your intense budding romance and run away together. You could do a lot worse than drinking beers on the beach until one of you decides to kill the other for the insurance money.
0 says he uses the phone dongle more than anything else, but not having a screwdriver when you need one is really fucking annoying.
Some Decent Cologne: I can't begin to tell you which kind exactly, because everyone's different and everyone likes different smells.
Whiskey Stones: Even though there won't be a President Hillary around to personally cut off all our balls and literally end men as a gender (there really are people who thought this), most men are still fucking sheep and look to fictional characters like Ron Swanson for guidance in "how to be a man." To that end, these whiskey stones are the perfect analog for modern manhood: superficially authentic, but ineffectual (they will not actually keep his drink cold).
As a bonus, if he's a little too excited by these, you know you're dealing with one of "those" guys. Birth Control: Not for him, obviously, but for you (for him). Condoms are the devil, even if they do protect against most STDs.
You've been going for a while now, so I think it's safe to say you've got a good thing going. An EDC Kit: Short for "everyday carry," these kits aren't unlike the whiskey stones in that they're a largely useless prop of performative masculinity—"real men are always prepared," etc.
They are handy, though, especially if that nancyboy you're dating's hands are too soft to open a pop top like a man.
A one-way ticket to Mexico: Everyone who jokes about moving emigrating now that Trump's president always mentions Canada as a destination, despite Mexico being cheaper and warmer. Birch Box Men: You really don't want to spend too much money here, seeing as how you've only been official for a month.