Valentine’s Day might be a crock to most people, but goddamn if you don’t make it to Feb 12th and start freaking out that you haven’t done at least something for your significant other.

While most of us won’t be going all-out, it can be a nice day to show your appreciation/never-ending love/let someone subtly know you would like to bone them in future if they’re interested by way of a cute little gift.

Here’s a bunch of stuff you can still get organised for Feb 14th, won’t cost you an arm and a leg, and definitely doesn’t look last minute (even though it is, you failure of a human).

THE DAILY BUNCH, FROM $35

Who in the world doesn’t swoon over flowers? These guys do different-sized bunches of blooms, with their little set starting at $35 including delivery. They pick seasonal flowers (Valentine’s Day will be shades of pink) so the bunch only varies in size. They absolutely nail modern floristry, so you can rest assured your flowers will shit all over Brian’s cheap servo roses he sent his wife when yours rock up for your partner. SUCKED IN, BRIAN.

LITTLE SUCCERS ‘I PRICK YOU’, $40

It’s cute, it’s funny, it’s hard to kill (even for plant-murderers) and best of all, Little Succers’ll deliver this baby for you on Valentine’s Day, so you literally barely have to try here, mate.

 

KOKO BLACK VALENTINE’S DAY GIFT BOXES, FROM $24.50

The fancy chocolatiers have made Valentine’s Day gift packaging for their signature pralines. This is so much better than a box of crappy supermarket choccies, guys.

KIKKI.K GREETING CARD, $4.95

Sometimes it’s hard w/ Valentine’s Day because you’re dating someone but you’re not at that ILY stage, but you’re not like “I literally don’t care if you get hit by a bus tomorrow” either, so what kind of card do you go for? Something like this, that says “hey, I really like you” but isn’t at “hey, I’m sitting in your room smelling your t-shirt and you’re not home” levels.

LOVE POEMS, PABLO NERUDA, $21.99

Poetry is always romantic. Well, depends what the themes are – don’t go buying your partner some existential crisis style poetry, ok? That’s not a Valentine’s Day special. Poetry on V Day doesn’t have to be about love, but anything in the realm of self-discovery and good feels will do a great job of making them swoon over your ~deep thoughts~.

Image: Little Succers