The Worst Valentine’s Day Gifts

They say it’s the thought that counts, but sometimes it can be hard to see past a truly terrible gift.

That’s why we bring you the 5 wort gifts that you shouldn’t buy for your loved ones this Valentine’s Day.



  1. A gift card

Too impersonal. This just shows that you didn’t put much thought into looking for a gift or that you actually do not know her that well.

  1. Fake flowers

Yes, flowers are always pretty expensive and especially around Valentine’s Day. But, rather don’t buy flowers than fake flowers.

  1. Reduced-calorie candy

Nothing says “I’d love you more if you weighed less” quite like an artificially sweetened treat. So don’t ever let this be your choice for a gift.

  1. Facebook Gift

Cute on a random day during the year, but a virtual gift for V-day? Rather not.

  1. Gym membership

She might have said a few times that she would like to be more active and join a gym, but trust us – a gift like that will surely not leave a good impression.



  1. Stuffed Animals

Most guys don’t appreciate stuffed animals, no matter how cute and cuddly.

  1. Scented Candles

Scented candles is a good gift for a girl. Not so much for a guy, no matter how in touch with his feminine side he is.

  1. Gag gifts

If you think about getting him padded underwear because you always make fun of his cute, but flat, behind or “refreshing head wipes” because he’s bald – don’t.

  1. Matching PJ’s

No matter how much women like the idea of it, men just don’t like to coordinate their outfits with their better half…even for bed!

  1. Self-Help Books

Something entitled, “Real Men Don’t Lay on the Couch All Day” is not the right gift…ever.


While they might not be the most creative choices – flowers and chocolates are a safe bet.

And of course, it’s hard to go wrong with jewellery or a nice watch. Women are like anything sparkly and man will for sure not mind if they get a quality watch.


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