I made Kito take that Love Languages quiz, too. He scored highest in Receiving Gifts, which I guess explains why he's so good at coming up with gift ideas and why he always looks so stricken each December when I suggest we skip exchanging Christmas presents with one another.
Now, far be it from me to suggest that there's a right or wrong Love Language, but I think we can agree that Receiving Gifts is the most obnoxious of them all. I mean for the one required to do all the gift-giving. It's a lot of work—even more work, I'd argue, than Acts of Service, because that one just requires completing practical tasks: getting your boyfriend a glass of water, walking the dog when it's not your turn, etc.
Have a significant other into Receiving Gifts, however, and you have to spend all your time thinking up thoughtful gewgaws. As Kito and the Love Languages Web site are quick to point out, what matters isn't how much you spend—but then, that's almost worse than crass materialism, because even if you come home bearing gifts covered in designer labels and semi-precious stones, they won't count unless they were acquired after hours of careful consideration. And who has the time for that?
I ask you: why can't his Love Language be Giving Blow Jobs?