I've been seeing this guy for about 3 weeks now, and on Tuesday he gave me a gift for my birthday/Christmas: a Movado watch . It's a watch that I saw and pointed out to him in a jewelry store, and without my knowledge he went and bought it! I would never have bought it for myself because the watch costs $1165 ush: (it has diamonds on the face), and even my Fendi and Burberry dress watches cost less than half of that. I do like the watch, but because of its price, and the fact that I only wear dress watches on special occasions (which aren't very often either), he said that he can return it if I want, and when we go to Pittsburgh, PA, tomorrow for Christmas weekend, he'll get me something else -- probably a ring, because he knows I wear rings all the time -- worth the same amount as the watch, which is over $1000 . What should I do? One of my greatest weaknesses is jewelry -- especially rings :shame: -- so I'm tempted to let him return it and buy something potentially better. But I don't want to come off as ungrateful or greedy by saying that he can return it :s. Then again, he says he would be disappointed if I didn't wear it often, which I can't because I'm terrified of scratching or scuffing it.