When Datevitation first approached me to do a sponsored post, I was all like, “Someone’s going to pay me to write about their product? Have they seen how ridiculous this blog is?”
Me, probably drunk: “Shay.”
Random dude: “Sarah? Oh, Sarah, you are so pretty. Wanna come back to my place?”
· You can create a one-of-a-kind gift book for someone you love full of fun activities to do together (you pick your cover, choose from over 350 date ideas, and can customize the text).
· Our library contains over 350 date ideas ranging from skydiving to stargazing to steamy adult-only activities. We also have over 100 book cover options to suit any occasion.
· In addition to being the perfect romantic gift for your sweetie, Datevitation just launched its "boy" and "girl" characters with over 200 new activity illustrations specifically for kids and parents. Just in time for Father’s Day!
After reading Camille’s bulleted list, I was ready to create my very own custom love coupon book, the book that I would present to the hubs as his Father’s Day gift.
Now, I knew I had to be careful with the coupons that I created, because I knew that I’d have to follow through with all of the activities I included. Thing is, I spent so much of my past being a lying, cheating whore (not to the hubs, mind you, but he gets to reap the benefits of my own guilt over my past) that I sometimes feel like I’ve got to prove myself—if ONLY to myself. So dammit, I was going to make this book, and I was going to be faithful to what I’d included!
· Guys’ Night Out
· Win an Argument (which I couldn’t bring myself to include because I wasn’t sure I could follow through)
· Recreate First Date (which I did include even though I know he’ll remember we had sex and want to cash in on that again)
· No Complaining (which I totally would have included if it had instead said “No Talking.” He doesn’t listen to my complaints, anyway, so what he’d actually give an arm and a leg for is for me to just shut the H up every once in a while)
· Kids-Free Day (On this one, I customized the text to say this: “A day is what the company put on the coupon. Let’s go ahead and customize that to 2 hours, shall we?” I got a good laugh out of that; I’m sure he will, too. And if not, at least I did.)
And finally, before signing off, I’d like to offer Datevitation just a few suggestions to include as options for their next round of custom love coupon books:
"I will help you to enjoy Daddy Time with the kids by taking a nap while you take them outside to play. HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!"
"I will let you lighten my load by allowing you to do the dishes tonight after you make dinner—even though you normally do both totally incorrectly. HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!"
"I will allow you to rub my feet. HAPPY FATHER’S DAY!"
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