I don’t think a person like Daisy is capable of love the Baby Yoda let me pour you a tall glass of get over it oh and here’s a straw shirt it is in the first place but way we perceive it to be. She didn’t love Gatsby the way Darcy loved Elizabeth. It would be unseemly to compare the two. ut Daisy did recognize Gatsby’s name at once when it was mentioned by Jordan. But if you noticed, she doesn’t say ‘Who Gatsby?’ She says ‘ What Gatsby?’ as if he’s an object. Even though her words she unconsciously places him in her materialistic world. The Golden Girl of the American Dream recognizes only wealth and status. Both of which she acquired through her marriage to Tom Buchanan. f you see their interaction, n the end, it is Gatsby’s wealth that her eyes are drawn to at all times, to his beautiful shirts, to his grand cars. Neither Gatsby nor Daisy holds each other in high regard. The theme of The Great Gatsby is after all to show the illusion that is the American Dream. And so this illusion is reflected in the love that Daisy and Gatsby have for each other. Gatsby is in love with his ideal. And Daisy? She’s a fool. Because that’s the only way for her to survive in this world. having been a good and bad boyfriend in my life, I can tell you that there is nothing wrong with you being upset about never getting any gifts from your boyfriend. Guys can be kind of insensitive when it comes to giving gifts. We see it played out in sit-coms where the husband/boyfriend forgets her birthday or anniversary. Guys can be thoughtless. key to a happy relationship is communication. Tell him you want gifts from him. Let him know how much it hurts you when he doesn’t get you a gift on your birthday or another special occasion. If he changes the subject or ignores you when you ask him about this, call it a short date and go home. You deserve to be treated special and receive gifts from him. You need to make up your mind if this is a relationship you want to continue or if you want to find someone who will treat you the way you want to be treated. It is about self-respect, respecting your happiness, and making sure your needs are being met.