Your question was: Does anyone know if the new match.com commercials are online?.
I'm in a little bit of a similar situation. I'm exclusive with my bf, but we've only been together for 2 1/2 months. Everything is great. I was married for 10 years and we never celebrated holidays, so I'm really really bad at this. My best friend says I should get him something he will use (he's a really practical person), but make sure it is a little bit personal and nothing too big..
I'm getting him a travel mug (I took him a hot drink one day when he was sick and still had to work) and he loved my mug. I found a duplicate and I'm going to stuff it with a gift card to his favorite coffee stand and lots of his favorite candies. I thought this was a little better for V-day than the auto igniting torch he mentioned wanting and not getting for Christmas. I will save this for his B-day in March..
I really liked my friends suggestion about trying to put a little bit of a personal touch on it and not too big/expensive. My bf is building a home right now and the money is flying out the door. This way our guys won't feel that they didn't match our efforts enough..
Good Luck and congrats on your new man..
You can get a present like sunglasses, travel mug, cd's or sexy boxer shorts..
Or you can create a v-day present the two of you can enjoy. You can get some chocolate dipped strawberries, some sparkling wine or champagne. If you are into baths..then sit back and relax with your bubbly. Maybe a little massage and then the rest is...well..you know.
I havent celebrated v-day with a man in a long time but it used to a nice day just to be extra romantic...not so much for big gift giving. But it was nice...
How about tickets to a concert or sporting event or something you know he really wants to go to?.
Real quick. What kinds of things is he into? Is he the 'romantic' type? The 'not that into V-tines' day' guy?.
The first thing that immediately popped into my head after reading your post, was just to get him a simple card, and tell him that you're glad to have met him, and that you're excited for what the future may bring. It's simple and sweet. It's not too forward, not too mushy and HONEST. :-).
I like the present you're giving - it's personal, caring, creative but not at all too intimate. Good thinking.