Help - what to buy boys for Christmas

(11 Posts)
JugglingChaotically Wed 04-Dec-13 19:51:29

Thanks everyone.
Will be shopping tomorrow!!

CallMeNancy Sun 01-Dec-13 21:56:46

My almost 40 year old DH wants lego for Xmas. You are never too old for lego.

Sparklingbrook Sun 01-Dec-13 14:50:20

T Shirts in Primark, or socks
Top Gear Calendar
Nerf Guns

JugglingChaotically Sun 01-Dec-13 14:36:42

Mismatched socks a great idea. Thanks! Some overseas so could go for uk theme.
Lego still ok for 11?

BackforGood Sun 01-Dec-13 13:26:00

Love it Nancy - my dd never wears a pair that match - she'd find that amusing too. grin

CallMeNancy Sun 01-Dec-13 00:10:53

And socks. DS doesn't wear socks in pairs due to combination of supreme laziness & fashion so have bought him a 'pair' of 3 oddsocks. Am sure he will find it hysterically funny.

CallMeNancy Sun 01-Dec-13 00:09:08

Cinema vouchers are a good idea. If near a cineworld they do a box with 2 vouchers, and snacks that can be wrapped for Xmas.

BackforGood Sun 01-Dec-13 00:03:39

ds (now 17) likes

smellies (shower gel, body spray, aftershave)

What about a cinema voucher ? Or if you like "a present wrapped up" then a cinema voucher wrapped round a packet of popcorn?

CallMeNancy Sat 30-Nov-13 23:59:39

Came in to say LEGO, lego & lego.

But the 16 year old is getting a bit old for it. So suggest lynx & technics lego, iTunes cards & cash.

Rosieliveson Sat 30-Nov-13 23:57:05

I've got some cologne for my nephew (12). Now he's a bigger boy it kind if rules out toys etc. iTunes vouchers could be good too. Hope you find something grin

JugglingChaotically Sat 30-Nov-13 22:26:08

Godchildren, dnephews etc. All DCs are DDs so ok with the girls but not sure re the boys. Was ok in the jigsaws, Lego phases but now 11 to 16.
Help? Ideas please? £10-20 ideally as rather a few!

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