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26 Things Every Secret Romantic Will Want To Own

If anyone asks, you just love the colors red and pink and heart-shaped objects.

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1. A pair of heart earrings that'll be a metaphor for wearing your heart on your sleeve, but you can tell everyone you just liked the shape.

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Promising review: "These are great! I never get to wear anything but studs because I have to wear titanium since I have super sensitive ears, so I was excited to find these hoops. They are super cute, and I can wear them with no irritation or swelling. I'm so happy!" —Deuces

Get them from Amazon for $7.98 (also available in three other shapes).

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6. A floral journal that'll make it super simple to gush about how much you just love being in love. You'll hide it where no one will find it after the outburst.

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Promising review: "As a writer, I'm constantly scribbling in different notebooks but I also love products that are aesthetically pleasing. Why not jot your thoughts down in a cute notebook as well?" —mz. t

Get it from Amazon for $9.95 (available in nine colors).

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8. A set of salt and pepper shakers which are surprisingly loving, but no one will no because you could be super into vampires — no big deal.

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Promising review: "I love this salt and pepper set. I am a long-time vampire collector and this was a must-have item. It is adorable, well-made, and fun. It will get comments for years to come. The magnets are strong and the ceramics are painted well." —Sheryl Rentschler, author

Get it from Amazon for $12.99 or Walmart for $12.99.

11. A touching pin so you can reflect on the fact that otters are actually very violent in real life, but everyone needs a partner to walk through this trash life with, right?

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Promising review: "I got it for my boyfriend for Valentine’s Day; he loves otters. This little thing is so freakin’ cute, I know he’ll love it!" —Chloe

Get it from Amazon for $12+.

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12. A cute journal for writing lowkey endearing remarks about your significant other. Of course you care and sometimes you gotta show it.

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Promising review: "This was my first Christmas with my boyfriend, and I got this as a stocking stuffer. He ended up buying the 'What I Love About Us' version and we had so much fun looking through them and seeing our similar and different answers. The prompts are really cute and simple but allow for a lot of creativity, and you can set the mood with each page whether you want to be funny or sweet. This was one of our favorite gifts." —Kerry C.

Get it from Amazon for $8.27 or Barnes and Noble for $9.95.

13. An erotic friend fiction pin, because you really appreciate the concept of writing ideal situations for you and your "besties."

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And by besties I mean people you'd secretly like to make out with.

Promising review: "People who know about the show love it and people who do not give me odd looks. It's nice quality and looks good on my backpack." —Special Agent Dana Scully

Get it from Amazon for $11.99.

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16. A fabulous throw pillow to cuddle with on your couch when talking about how thankful you are for being able to sit back and relax with your spouse.

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Promising review: "Love it; would buy more! Very pretty, the colors are beautiful, the quality is great, and it fit my pillow perfectly." —Grace Martino

Get it from Amazon for $8.89.

17. A cool print of one of the weirdest (and poignant) cross-species love stories ever. But everyone will just be wondering how it won an Oscar rather than wondering about the relationship.

19. A heart charger keychain to give your phone a little bit of juice that'll make it full of affection (and power), especially if you're in the middle of an intense flirt sesh with your new boo.

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20. A trendy crop top everyone with basic music knowledge will just assume is about Prince, but really it depicts one of the greatest love songs of all time.

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"She wore a raspberry beret, the kind you'd find at the secondhand store."

Get it from Rac Clothing Company on Etsy for $35 (available in sizes S–XL).

21. A set of pretty obvious, but still rather attractive necklaces for you and your geeky honey who love watching Game Of Thrones and were sad when Khal Drogo just up and died. How rude?

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Promising review: "My husband loved this gift! We both love GOT and we loved the story of Danaerys and Khal Drago. These were a perfect pre-Valentines gift." —Natasia Gupta

Get them from Amazon for $8.99, or a gold set for $8.95.

22. A pair of long-distance lamps so you'll know if your special someone is home and ready to tell you about their day even though they're a world away.

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Promising review: "It's a great way to remind my boyfriend that I'm thinking about him especially when we're working in different locations or time zones and can't always chat on the phone. I've gotten a lot of compliments from my co-workers on the lamp; it's a great idea!" —Lex

Get them from Uncommon Goods for $75+.

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25. A pair of over-the-ear headphones great for jamming to some classic love songs on repeat while thinking of your current crush.

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Goes back to the 2014 Frank Ocean meme of "A potato flew around my room before you came."

Promising review: "As a web programmer I work on a laptop all day, and I like to play music while I work to keep me focused and happy. For me, headphones are part of my work gear, and these ones from Sony are the best I've owned. They're more comfortable, more stylish and less expensive than my last pair; even the sound quality is better. I'm a convert!" —calypso

Get them from Target for $29.99 or Amazon for $29.99 (available in four colors).

26. And a copy of Pablo Naruda's Twenty Love Poems And A Song Of Despair so you can geek out on the prose and remember why you fell in love with love in the first place.

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Promising review: "There is nothing I can add to what has already been written of Neruda's work that is worth your time to read. I am not a brilliant mind, nor have I the language to express the beauty around that awes and enthralls me. Nor the depth of soul and longing, passion and exuberance. I can only wish that the one for whom I bought this was here with me now." —QMJ

Get it from Amazon for $11.06, Barnes and Noble for $11.41, or a local bookseller through Indiebound here.

Reviews here have been edited for length and/or clarity.