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STOCKINGFILLERS for teenage boys please!

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jodee Sat 22-Nov-14 23:01:58

*I've seen the stockingfillers for kids and gifts for teenagers pages btw *

14.5 year old boy. Doesn't eat chocolate. HELP!!

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Springcleanish Sat 22-Nov-14 23:15:58

Food items, popcorn, choc, crisps, nuts, haribo
Cheap novelty socks and boxers
Travel size deodorant, wipes, shower gel etc.
Coke bottle with name on,
Amazon voucher
Novelty Xmas phone case
Frixion pens and highlighters
Playing cards

NecklessMumster Sat 22-Nov-14 23:16:23

There was lots of stuff in Hawkins bazaar I thought mine would like
I've got light up yoyo s, tub of candy floss, hair wax, crazy foam, bath bomb. Or false moustache, small puzzles, kazoo, silly pens, magic tricks, keyring torch, tatoo sleeve, hat,

seagull70 Sat 22-Nov-14 23:54:11

Does he play the guitar? How about a gadget to make his own plectrums?

SunshineDaisy Sun 23-Nov-14 00:02:21

I get my boys (15 and 17) cheap CDs and DVDs, a calendar for the year, socks, books, playing cards etc. Hope this helps a bit!

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sun 23-Nov-14 00:05:35

I've bought my teen boy some of the Hawkins Bazaar books over the past couple of years (he's 15)

There was an optical illusions one and "F-in Exams" some of the boo-boos written in exams

Lynx grin lots of special offers at the moment

I buy a 3 pack of M&S trunks that aren't black (he wears black for school)

Microsoft Points

Pre-loaded Costa/Starbucks card

Art pencils (I bought a tin of 2H through to 2B pencils from The Works)

Money tin (The Range has them for £1. You need a tin opener for them)

Coin holder (I picked one up at a garage, it holds 5 x £1 coins to keep for an emergency. No that doesn't mean an Emergency Bottle of Fanta, DS)

Don't know the price so i might be a 'present' present rather than stoking gift, but my DD got a charging phone case (I'm not sure what they're called , but she charges the case and it charges the phone )

Memory stick

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sun 23-Nov-14 00:11:09

If he doesn't eat chocolate, how about those Jelly Beans where you choose the flavours and make up layers?

I do a jar of sweets in the Christmas Eve Hamper, I buy thse 'Tuck Shop' style ones. Sherbert Dips, lollies, Starbusts, sort of things.

Candy cane

jodee Sun 23-Nov-14 13:16:14

Some good ideas here, thank you one and all!

What IS it about Lynx, do the girls actually like boys covered head to toe in the stuff?

I like the Hawkins book "F-in Exams" (had forgotten about Hawkins Bazaar), DS has ditched all reading material, so anything light-hearted to try and tease him into reading again is good.

Hawkins also has a book called "Teen Owner's Manual" which I might get for DH!

70isaLimitNotaTarget Sun 23-Nov-14 14:08:04

What IS it about Lynx,do the girls actually like boys covered head to toe in the stuff?

Well my 12.6 (going on 20 yo) DD would tell you it gives a good indication of which teen lads to avoid grin
Anything like her brother is avoid,avoid,avoid , wink

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sun 23-Nov-14 14:13:22

Books
Lynx-obviouslywink
Socks
Jelly beans
Top Gear magazine
ITunes voucher
Character slippers

kissmyheathenass Sun 23-Nov-14 19:03:41

For DS, 14

Simpsons pyjama bottoms - Primark (small Men's)
Coke bottles with name on
"Damn You Autocorrect" book
Inbetweeners 2 DVD
chocolate
sweets
lynx
Mr Perfect mug
PS4 network card £10

kissmyheathenass Sun 23-Nov-14 19:05:17

btw "Hi" jodee! xxx

jodee Sun 23-Nov-14 20:26:37

Hello kissmyheathenass xxxx (having an educated guess that I know who you are!) grin

seagull70 Mon 24-Nov-14 12:57:35

love the idea of a preloaded costa card smile

MeanwhileHighAboveTheField Mon 24-Nov-14 13:11:08

Bawbags

casperandjasper Mon 24-Nov-14 16:33:45

Pop into a Topman shop and have a look there. They have lots of stocking fillers - leather bracelet, wallet, key fob, toiletries, gloves, scarf, mug etc etc.

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