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PLEASE help with lasy minute present!!

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goingmadinthecountry Fri 23-Dec-16 23:01:13

I misunderstood. Thought ds was getting a course paid for for Christmas. As dh quite rightly points out we've supported dds 1 and 2 through university so we should support ds and still get him presents.

So it's nearly Christmas eve. I really need ideas for ds - 20, works in tree surgery, very sociable... So far he has a couple of t shirts, a jumper and a DVD.

wobblywonderwoman Fri 23-Dec-16 23:03:19

Virtual reality glasses for his smartphone.

Vouchers - cinema, concert tickets

HecAteAllTheXmasPud Fri 23-Dec-16 23:03:27

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

NancyJoan Fri 23-Dec-16 23:03:53

Tickets for something? So you can present him with the booking email.

Are there shops you can get to tomorrow? Some chocolates, a bottle of good wine/Scotch/whatever he drinks..

A subscription to something he would like-Time, Private Eye, New Scientist, The Week.

Popsicle789 Fri 23-Dec-16 23:04:43

Look on groupon. You can print out the vouchers or email them to him

OrangeSquashTallGlass Fri 23-Dec-16 23:05:07

How much are you going for here? How much more do you need?

A bigish supermarket will have: food treats, smellies, vouchers (maybe a cinema voucher?).

Does he have a games console? Could you get him a new game?

5buttons Fri 23-Dec-16 23:07:37

Nice Bluetooth speaker; could click and collect from John Lewis or Argos. JL have a nice Cambridge Audio one for £80

bookbook Fri 23-Dec-16 23:10:41

Swiss Army Penknife/ headphones/spotify subscription

1happyhippie Fri 23-Dec-16 23:15:06

My 19 year old has
Star Wars stuff
Ps4 game

PoliticalBiscuit Fri 23-Dec-16 23:19:31

What about a driving experience?

goingmadinthecountry Sat 24-Dec-16 01:05:06

Thank you. Bluetooth speaker it is - at least I'll then know where mine is! We live near a rubbish town for shopping but do have a JL Home a few miles away.

5buttons Sat 24-Dec-16 01:09:41

Ha ha that's exactly the reason I bought it for my teenager smile

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