If you are lucky enough to reach the one-day mark with your new handholder/that guy who your friend asked out for you, you get to celebrate your sticky note anniversary! Faberge Eggs are a series of about fifty unique ornamental jeweled pieces created by the designer Peter Carl Faberge for various imperial families between 18.By the time the glue on your note wears out, it will be tomorrow, and you will have so many more people to date. Today, only forty-three survive, and they are valued in the tens of millions of dollars.
Presumably that is because they are still paying off the wedding at the one-year mark (THOSE SHERLOCK INVITATIONS DON'T PAY FOR THEMSELVES).But OH MY WOMBATS, what kind of high school couple makes it to their six-year anniversary? One year is actually two hundred in high-school dating years. Which is why we have created a MORE REALISTIC set of anniversaries (dayiversaries? ) for you to celebrate with your once-now-and-never-again love. Celebrate your monogamy with an origami gift: a chatterbox with "You're dumped" under window #7 is a seamless way to sever the tie if you've got the one-week itch, otherwise you can make them an origami football, or, idk, an isoceles triangle—whatever you think your baby (probably too soon to call them baby) is into.One-Day Anniversary: Sticky Note Some of the greatest relationships of our time have lasted no longer than second through fourth period. Sometimes it burns into an inanimate ball of carbon halfway through the atmosphere. One-Month Anniversary: Faberge Egg In the time since you started dating, three queen bees have seized the throne, two P. teachers have switched their tiny shorts for wintry sweatpants, and the cafeteria has served 5000 terrible, terrible hotdogs. Celebrate your one-month anniversary with something super classy: a Faberge Egg.Now, don’t let the title throw you off…yes the original idea was used for a birthday, but that doesn’t have to be its only use!She’s Crafty filled some latex balloons with money and sent them across the country to her nephew.Some gift stores and websites have created their own lists of suggestions but nothing as widely recognized as the wedding anniversary symbol list first created by Emily Post in 1922.