That is the question that are on the minds of those who want to give a romantic present to a lover or spouse as either a birthday gift, wedding anniversary or a special occasion. Finding a gift is not exactly the problem but finding the right and appropriate gift is. A guy certainly would not want to give a dildo to his lover or spouse as a romantic present for any occasion, just as a woman would not want to give a penis pump to her lover or spouse as a gift for any occasion.
Those types of gifts would be considered by most couples to be demeaning and inappropriate to the recipient and sexually suggestive to the recipient (if that is a couple’s getup), which could cause a tear in the relationship and could possibly cool the relationship a good deal or end it altogether.
Also another factor in giving a romantic present to a lover or spouse is that it is usually harder for a woman to find the right and appropriate gift for her man since guys generally tend to want romantic gifts that are masculine and not things like teddy bears or roses that women would generally want and receive from a guy.
For example, if a man gives his woman a box of chocolate and/or a bushel of roses she would appreciate the gift just for the thought that was put into being given a gift. If a woman gives her guy the same thing, the guy would appreciate the gift as well but would be disappointed about the fact that it was not something he would have wanted or needed such as a nice-looking watch or tickets to a sporting event.
If the thought that counts can work for the guy, it also can work for the woman. For example, a woman getting beer and chips for her man while he is watching a game on TV or by treating him to a good, relaxing backrub.
A guy instead of giving boxes of chocolates or bushels of roses, he could rub his woman’s back or rub her feet or even by serving her breakfast in bed. The last one is a favorite for most ladies and by few guys including me.
So what is the right romantic gift? Is it a box of chocolates and/or a bushel of roses for a lady? Or is it a nice-looking watch or tickets to a sporting event for a guy? Who is to say but whatever romantic gift it would be at least the gift would come from the heart and to be honest, that’s the only gift that matters.