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Old 11-24-2010, 12:10 AM   #26
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i say, 6 months, 1 year, and every year from then on.
not into the whole every month thing..

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Old 11-24-2010, 12:46 AM   #27
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I never found monthly anniversaries a big deal. You see the majority of high school students counting their months like it's a competition between their friends. I personally only celebrate seems a bit foolish having to celebrate every 30 days.

I think your girl will later (hopefully soon) realize that monthly anniversaries are not something to look forward's just another day IMO.
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Old 11-24-2010, 01:53 AM   #28
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It's been like that with pretty much every chick I've been with. Usually after a year and a half or so, you both start forgetting how many months and whatnot. I mainly can't remember because I never even know what day it is.

Ironically, now that Ithink of it, it's the 24th already and it's our monthsary. I can never for the life of me remember how many months it is.

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Old 11-24-2010, 09:45 AM   #29
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I agree, depends on your age and how long have you been in the relationship. When I was younger, in my tweens, we did the monthiverary for like 6 months and that was it. It is now yearly.
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Old 11-24-2010, 11:03 AM   #31
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I usually do 1st month, 6 months and years there on after

Age does sounds like it plays into it

its not a big deal but if she cares why don't you just go along with it
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Month anniversaries are lame. What's the point? Might as well go and celebrate your 163rd day anniversary too.

I remember my buddy and I ripping on a guy we knew when he asked us what to get his gf for his 7mo.
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Old 11-24-2010, 12:36 PM   #33
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tell you gf to screw off and stand on your ground

valentine, bday, x'mas and annual anniversary is all she gets.. If she starts complaining then you tell her to give you a BJ when her monthly PMS is here because your dick will need a little celebration as well
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month anniversaries are a big deal.

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Your going to be a broke man. If you go out to fancy dinners and presents every month.
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I never really bothered. Aren't Christmas, v-day, b-day, anniversary enough already?
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Old 11-25-2010, 01:41 AM   #37
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years are more important, not months
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GF and I are having a little argument over not going out on our 4 month. My mom made dinner and it was a monday night and I didn't really feel like anything. She asked me a couple days before whether I wanted to dinner on monday and I said it was up to her.

Honestly I think forcing yourself to go out on that 1 day a month kind of ruins it for me and maybe even makes it feel obligating. I feel like it's childish, especially when we see each other almost every day or every other day. Maybe it's a girl thing I'm not sure. :/

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Do girls take you out for anniversaries? Do they pay for the event? Do they get you more expensive gifts than you get for them? Do they plan for it and make arrangement themselves?

In a lot of cases for a lot of people, most answers would be no. So I don't really see the purpose of having to do all the above on a monthly basis other than for a girl to be princessed in a continuous re-occuring cycle.

Me thinks you have a high maintenance gf, because usually, if you guys see each other at least once a week should probably negate the need to have a celebration once every 4 weeks.
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i think it should go like this

1 month
2 month
3 month
6 month
12 month

then yearly.
wow seriously. How old are you? and male or female??

In my opinion, saying happy 1ST one month is fine and MAYBE just cook dinner at home as a low key celebration if you choose, 6 months maybe celebrate or just cook a nice dinner at home and make sure to celebrate every year after that.

You're going to waste a lot of money if you're celebrating every month when all that really matters is yearly and maybe the first 6 month
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i only celebrate years. i may or may not mention months, but it usually goes along the lines of 'oh hey we survived *insert number here* months together! yay!' and that's it.

There really isn't much of a point to celebrating months. not even 6 months.
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Old 11-25-2010, 05:51 PM   #44
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i guess i like to make people feel good. different things matter differently to different people.

if everyone was the same the world would be a pretty boring place.
if you were doing it right you would be making them feel good everyday and not in month intervals =_=
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Old 11-25-2010, 06:18 PM   #45
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How about you celebrate day 38 and show her any day of the year is just as important as any others.
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I agree go out for 1,6,12 then every year after that. As long as you let her know you remembered every month.
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We celebrate every month but it's far from 'fancy/glam.' We just like to celebrate our relationship even if it's dinner at home, a sushi lunch, going out for the day etc. Some people might think it's unnecessary or a waste of money but it's not like we're dishing out presents monthly or showering each other with a hefty dinner bill. Just because some people like to do certain things in THEIR relationship doesn't mean how other people handle theirs is wrong, immature or completely stupid.

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Old 11-25-2010, 10:11 PM   #48
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only celebrate in prime numbers
2months, 3months, 5 months, 7 months, 11 months, etc.
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fuck anniversaries, bday and xmas is more than enough
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I personally find celebrating months to be more an asian vancouverite thing and/or you're under the age of 25 IMHO.

I don't think I've ever once celebrated monthly anniversaries, there's acknowledgment in the beginning, but not anything extravagant. I personally just find that if you're celebrating each month it's almost like you're surprised to have reached it. My boyfriend and I don't look at months cuz the months go by so damn quickly and we already know we'll be with one another for a long time so it doesn't seem like a huge milestone to reach say 4 months, but that's strictly my opinion on that topic.
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