Affordable Valentine’s Day Gifts for Members of a Generation That Will Probably Never Be Able to Afford Their Own Homes
A macaroni necklace is the perfect way to say, “Sorry, I turned our dinner into a gift.”
This is an ideal present, since you’ll be moving apartments every time your rent increases. For the rest of your life. The only downside is that you won’t be able to give your partner a cat for his or her birthday, which is a bummer because there’s a free one living in your dumpster.
A Home-Cooked Meal
Your partner loves cereal.
Starbucks Bathroom Codes
Keep a running list of the bathroom codes for every Starbucks in the city. Your partner will never need to buy soap again!
A Donation to Bernie 2020
He hasn’t officially said that he’s running, so feel free to just pocket the cash. It’s probably what Bernie would have wanted, anyway.
It’s basically a ring, right?
It’s free at gas stations! Good for use in the bathroom and kitchen—who can afford paper towels?—and to romantically throw around the front yards of exes.
Have you ever read “The Gift of the Magi”? Also counts if you don’t cut your hair off but just shed all over your partner instead.
Your Actual Heart
Your sweetie can sell it on the black market for some extra cash. Bonus: no heart means no more snoring, which is truly the greatest gift you can give your partner.
via The New Yorker – Culture http://bit.ly/2vBNPRa
February 12, 2019 at 12:17PM