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R4roger Thu 18-Dec-14 08:21:23

His sisters have loads but I am struggling. any ideas, is hawkins bazarre still going?

happsymum Thu 18-Dec-14 08:47:54

Hawkins blizzare is still up n running.
American sweets
Stationary ( got my brother an eraser from Tesco that says "undo" for 35p)
iTunes voucher
Cheap Earphones
Mini deo
Can of drink - miniature or miniature alcohol drink
Lip balm

R4roger Thu 18-Dec-14 09:04:58

thanks for the suggestions,
miniature drink sounds good, lip balm, well why not?

happsymum Thu 18-Dec-14 09:19:52

Lip balms an odd one but know my 19yr old brother uses his from last year - know it's sat beside his bed now smile he wouldn't admit it!

duckbilled Thu 18-Dec-14 09:29:27

I bought a mobile phone charger 'shelf'from eBay for £1.99 with free delivery, seems like a good ideafsmile

shakemysilliesout Thu 18-Dec-14 09:36:40

Can I just say how wonderful u still do a stocking- I got one til I was 23 when I had children. Dh was cut off at 16. Very sad.

ShotgunNotDoingThePans Thu 18-Dec-14 09:42:11

Beef jerky always goes down well with DS (19). Although this is the first by ear I'm doing purely 'practical' stockings; over the years I must have bought wvery conceivable stocking-filler known to man, only to find them stashed in bedrooms unopened several months later.
This year it's chocolate, deodorant, notepaper, pens - boring but we'll see if I'm throwing them out next March!

R4roger Thu 18-Dec-14 09:47:39

shakemysillies, He is the oldest of 3 and although his sisters are 15 plus I think they would throw a major tantrum without a stocking grin

R4roger Thu 18-Dec-14 09:48:36

I got my stocking cut off at the age of 14, probably because my sister was 17 and considered too old,
I can't imagine ever giving up grin

elQuintoConyoIKNOWHIM Thu 18-Dec-14 09:50:05

£2 coin sellotaped to a bit of card?


That was my highlight one year.

enderwoman Thu 18-Dec-14 09:51:54

Scratch card ?

marne2 Thu 18-Dec-14 11:04:01

I have never had a stocking sad ,not something we had as children, I do them for my dd's to make up for it.

My DSS is a similar age, I have got him smellies, socks that are folded to look like a basket ball, chocolate orange, selection box, belt, wallet and boxer shorts.

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