You know what it’s like to select the perfect gift for someone? You have to listen to them, understand them, give thoughtful consideration, reject some easy options, and desire to see them open your gift and know that it’s perfect for them.When I wrote “buys me meaningful gifts,” I wanted to attract someone who would tuck away little inspirations from our conversations and take action to buy that thing I named that I'd like to have. Or, when browsing in a store, I wanted to have a partner who would see something and just know it’s right for me, because he had listened carefully.  “Meaningful” doesn’t have to be lavish—though that’s certainly welcomed—but I invited that feeling you have when you open a gift from someone and think, “oh, it’s perfect for me!”