This is your reminder not to forget to buy something for your sweetheart on Valentine's Day, you will never hear the end of it if you do.

Valentine's Day is a tough one. You're basically competing against your wife's/girlfriend's significant others. You just don't want her to have the worst present out of her friends. Well, if you're still panicking over what to get, here are some ideas as to what other people might be getting in Texas and Oklahoma.

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In Texas, the most searched Valentine's Day gifts are valentines for him, edible panties, discount sex toys, plus-size lingerie.

I Googled what "valentines for him" is, and it's basically any guy present. What the hell ladies, that's lazy, do some better Googling.

If you're getting edible panties, just make sure to get his favorite flavor and not yours. Remember, he's probably the one who's going to eat them.

Discount sex toys? I think when it comes to sex toys I want top of the line. I don't need something like that catching fire mid-use.

Plus-size lingerie is a fine gift, but you may not want to call it that when you hand it to her, just saying.

Photo Courtesy of Estately

While we're at it, let's check out our neighbors to the north in Oklahoma.

The most searched Valentine's Day presents in Oklahoma are teleflora, men’s jewelry, relationship counseling/marriage counseling, boudoir photography/boudoir photos.

Teleflora is flowers. Why not just say flowers, Estately? You have me feeling like a moron Googling that.

Men's Jewelry, for me, I would say it's always safe to go with a watch.

This one is sad, relationship/marriage counseling. Guess things are not so happy in Oklahoma.

Finally, boudoir photography. I think it's a good idea if you don't have kids and never plan on having kids. My one friend's parents had a photo like this hanging in their living room. It was so awkward every time I was at his house.

If you want to check out the full map, it's pretty interesting. Now go out and get something good. Remember, do not forget about Sunday.

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