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Ugandan comedian Patrick Salvador asks women to stop buying boxers as gifts for men

In a world bustling with ever-evolving gender dynamics, the desire for meaningful gifts has emerged as a profound way for men to feel cherished on the days they are celebrated- be it Father’s Day, anniversaries, or birthdays.

Beyond the traditional notions of masculinity, men are increasingly seeking gifts that resonate with their emotions, passions, and aspirations.

The quest for meaningful gifts goes beyond materialism, embodying a desire to be understood and appreciated for their individuality. This shift reflects a broader transformation in how men perceive themselves, paving the way for a deeper and more heartfelt approach to celebrating their lives.

Gone are the days when celebrating men simply revolved around traditional tokens of masculinity such as ties, vests, boxers, socks and belts. Today, men embrace their multifaceted identities and value the impact of thoughtful gestures that recognize their interests, dreams and challenges.

A meaningful gift has the power to bridge the gap between external expectations and internal emotions, allowing men to connect with their vulnerabilities and strengths on a profound level. It speaks to their desire for authenticity and underscores the importance of breaking free from societal norms to express their individuality. Meaningful gifts transcend the realm of material exchange, delving into the realm of emotional resonance. By receiving a gift that mirrors their passions or speaks to their personal journey, men are reminded of their value as individuals, fostering a sense of belonging and appreciation that transcends the boundaries of traditional celebrations.

The same could be witnessed when renowned Ugandan comedian Patrick Salavado celebrated receiving a set of new car tires on his birthday and finding them set up in his bedroom as opposed to simply, quick and ‘thoughtless’ gifts such as boxers and belts.

Ladies…not boxers and belts every time…see creativity below that will make a man actually shed a tear 🥲,” said Mr Salvado yesterday evening.

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His reaction ignited other men who opined on the kind of gifts men have been conditioned to receive as opposed to what they actually wish to receive from their loved ones.
“Knowing the cost of these at Mandela’s city tyres, she indeed outdid herself. Happy birthday!” said Mathias Ssemanda.
This actually works for men who give their women money, good leaders and drive,” added Chosen Nelia.
“Ladies please always first read the writings on the tyres then surprise your husband. U can go an extra mile and buy him a new engine. Take his car and get it leather seat covers, spray it on his birthday. Kale giving out free ideas Or go very big and buy him a crate of Nile,” added Mwanje Edmond.

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