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Dating Advice

How To Level Up Those Valentine's Day Gift Necessities

How To Level Up Those Valentine's Day Gift Necessities

by Marc Matlioski

4 weeks ago


Valentine's Day is fast approaching and you're required to pick up the necessities; the card, the chocolate/candy, and the flowers. You know, the standard stuff that shows her you care. Now, let us remind you that there's a difference between getting the job done and getting the job done right. We didn't create Productive Gents to confine you to mediocrity; on the contrary our fellow gents. We were birthed to lead you into greatness!! We want to give you the opportunity to remind her that she's with a man that's a cut above. An extraordinary gentleman, if you must. So, here's the blueprint to ensure you'll seize the annual day of love successfully without any fuck ups.

 THE CARD

LovePop Cards

Stop standing in the card isle waiting for the perfect one to pop out... Instead, level up and get her one that'll pop out when she opens it. LovePop cards were featured on Shark Tank a few years back and they've become THE CARD to give for every occasion. Check out these great options for Valentine's Day: Love Bear Pop Up, Rose Bouquet Pop Up,  and the Love Dog Pop Up. The cards will run you about $13 bucks a piece, but outshining her bff's man is priceless.

SWEETS AND STUFF

Edoughable

Yep, Edible cookie dough. Go with the Be Mine Gift Box. Why? The 4 pack gives you some added insurance in case you find it hard to resist dipping into the secret cookie dough stash. The V-Day gift box contains three of their top selling flavors (Chocolate Chip off the Ol' Block, Birthday Bash, Milk N' Cookies) along with with their V-Day exclusive Honey, Bee Mine. Another solid option is the Date Night Dough-It-Yourself Kit. This one is sure to score you automatic "thoughtful" points. The kit comes with "naked" cookie dough flavors and mix-in bags which will give you and your partner the opportunity to get creative together. The kits range from $30-$55 and include a "Wanna spoon" message when she opens the box just in case she needs a reminder of what it is you're hoping for on V-Day.

Bissinger's Chocolatier

Heart shaped pharmacy candy? C'mon man... You're better than that! The good folks at Bissinger's have been handcrafting sweets for sweethearts since the 17th century. Yup, they're some true chocolate OG's. We're pretty confident that they've even satisfied the sweet tooth cravings of royalty at some point. So why not step up your game up for the queen in your life? Some of our favorites The Valentine Peits Fours, Cookies, and their Peanut Butter Hearts. 

THE FLOWERS

Bouqs.com

EVERY SINGLE GUY will be doing the one or two dozen long stem red roses for Valentine's Day. Doesn't your girl deserve to stand out? Let the world know that the one you're dating isn't so basic and grab her one of these beautifully designed arrangements from Bouqs.com. These flowers are farm to table flowers that are cut the day you order them. Bouqs partners with farms that practice sustainable and eco-friendly farming. They only cut what they sell and don't waste 1 out of every 3 stems like the other guys who just don't give a fuck. See, we even worked in a feel good story to tell your misses during your V-Day dinner. That's pretty damn productive if you ask us. The flowers range from $50-$100 and we highly suggest sending them to her office. You don't want her to be the only girl there that doesn't get the flower delivery on the big day. Trust us, we learned the hard way...

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