What Teens Get Each Other For Valentine’s Day
February 15, 2017
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With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, students are rushing around getting their friends, family, and significant others gifts.The usual gifts include teddy bears, chocolate, flowers, and jewelry.
But what do teens get people? Do teens get basic Valentine’s Day gifts, or do they do something special?
“I’m getting gifts for my best friends. I’m probably going to get them something really simple like chocolate or their favorite candy. It’s really basic, but it’s the thought that counts,” said sophomore Victoria Myers.
Close friends often get each other Valentine’s Day gifts. Usually, it’s pretty simple, but it’s meaningful, and it shows that you care and truly love your friend.
“My mom usually gets me chocolate, makeup, nail polish, and other simple gestures that show that she cares. This year I’m getting my mom her favorites: flowers (roses) and a picture frame full of pictures of me and her. She didn’t ask for anything but I decided to surprise her,” said sophomore student Emily Vacin.
People get their family members gifts to show each other that they care. Teens typically get their parents gifts to show appreciation for taking care of them. Teens get their moms’ flowers, chocolate, and jewelry. They get their dads’ games, tools, mugs and other things they can use everyday.
People in relationships buy their significant others gifts to show their affection. These gifts include candy, bears, flowers or they go on dates. All of these small things mean a lot to a person, whether or not it’s your boyfriend or best friend Valentines Day is a day to celebrate love.
“For Valentine’s, I’m getting my boyfriend chocolate and were going to eat and see a movie,” said freshman Ima Hernandez.