2007 Valentine’s Guide
The heart-shaped box of chocolates was sweet and the bouquet of roses was lovely, but your Valentine deserves a surprise this year. This Valentine’s Day, let Mighty Goods do your shopping for you.
01 Feb, 2007
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The gift that says, “You’re a snazzy dresser, and I’m proud of your literacy.” Choose from sports, crosswords, or stock listings.
Recyced Newspaper Jewelry | Buy
(0.66" width x 0.8" height x 0.5" depth)
Tea Forte’s choice teas come in aesthetically pleasing pyramid-shaped bags. The mesh bags even have wired tags that hook over the side of your cup, so you’ll never have to fish around in scalding tea for an escapee. This soothing gift set comes with a lidded tea cup, tiny trays for the used tea bags, and a selection of whole-leaf teas. It’s a bundle of calm escape, and you don’t even have to wrap it.
Tea Forte | Buy
You email them the jpeg, they laminate it and set it beneath a quartz stone. It’s called the “Mama Pendant” but if I were you, I’d send in the photo of you in the Groucho glasses. She loves that one.
Fancy | Buy
($105 with text.)
You know how he likes to play games. Start stalking one now in hopes of securing it in time.
Amazon | Buy
The gift that says, “I think you’re hot, but I do not think you’re a slut. Unless you’re into that.”
Victoria's Secret | Buy
(For the robe and slip.)
Available in dozens of bright colors, this surprisingly comfortable petal ring beats the hell out of a dozen roses. She loves you, she loves you not, she loves you. (Thanks, Margaret!)
Poppi Shop | Buy
This pendant reads “I love you” in braille - a public display of affection that keeps your schmaltzyness discreet.
Red Envelope | Buy
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a very light dusting of kink. This body powder has a slightly sweet flavor, and it comes with a feather duster meant for sharing.
Drugstore.com | Buy
You made mix tapes for each other in the seventh grade. What if you could listen to those on your iPod?
Think Geek | Buy
Pick up the dry cleaning, mail a birthday card to mom - she has a dozen things to remember every day. This ring puts you at the top of her list.
Cooper Hewitt | Buy
This DIY travel guide is divided into five sections: bed, food, people, sights, and facilities. Tuck in some tickets to your destination city, and try your hand as travel writers.
Amazon | Buy
Be the first to give the boy flowers.
Cyberoptix | Buy