Now I’m not here to help you find a last-minute Valentine’s date, because you don’t really need one when you’ve got your friends (and I’m terrible at relationship advice). But if you’re looking for the best Valentine’s Day gifts to celebrate those nearest and dearest (platonic) loved ones, I definitely have a few thoughts on how to do so with a little flair. That is, without a box of chocolates or teddy bear in sight. Because nothing says “I love you” like avoiding tired stereotypes and thinking outside of the gift box.
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