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    Can't I just give you my credit card, you can get your own present?

    What does "B" mean by the next sentence?
    Can't I just give you my credit card, you can get your own present?


    A: Bradley, it's not too early to start thinking about my valentine's day present.
    I really saw some lingerie I really like and there are some new silk pajamas that I'd love.
    Of course, chocolate covered strawberries are always a big winner with me.


    B: Can't I just give you my credit card, you can get your own present?


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    Re: Can't I just give you my credit card, you can get your own present?

    My interpretation of it is that she's wanting all kinds of "girly" things and he's not interested in going shopping for them, so he's willing to buy her a present as long as he doesn't have to go and actually shop for it.

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