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Xmas presents for tenage boys?

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oxocube Fri 23-Oct-09 07:40:01

Ds is 14 and when asked what he wanted he said 'only money please' as he is saving up for a new (and v expensive) guitar. Obviously, I want to give him a few things to open on the day. But what? He loves music but downloads anything he wants. Ditto movies. He would have to choose any clothes himself apart from undies and socks. Have ordered a few posters and books of music hero, thought of a few bits like hair gel, deodorant etc but am really stuck or inspiration.

Actually, I don't think he's worried about having no surprises - its me ho is stressing smile

oxocube Fri 23-Oct-09 07:40:30

who

teamcullen Fri 23-Oct-09 08:02:38

have a look on Hawkins Bazaar Thay have loads of stocking filler ideas for every age group.

allaboutme Fri 23-Oct-09 08:11:41

I got my 15yo brother a remote control helicopter from Argos. Its reduced to £15 and is fab.
Even my DH loves it (you can use it indoors)

nobid Fri 23-Oct-09 08:41:03

i-tunes giftcard?

Tis true though: they only want money.

MacaroonIncident Fri 23-Oct-09 08:42:13

MONEY and sweets

nobid Fri 23-Oct-09 08:44:26

Is he on a PAYG phone? Top-up voucher also good.

oxocube Fri 23-Oct-09 08:49:09

Ooh the phone voucher is a good one as he's had no credit for ages! Definitely sweets None of the downloads are legal so the itunes card not necessary blush.

I'll have a look at the other ideas thanks and maybe just browse through Amazon for inspiration.

MacaroonIncident Fri 23-Oct-09 08:50:52

fancy pants
lurid ones
they love them

oxocube Fri 23-Oct-09 08:52:30

grin

MacaroonIncident Fri 23-Oct-09 08:53:18

ohad sister got DN a nice belt - that went down well

oxocube Fri 23-Oct-09 08:53:32

Lordy, have just noticed all my typos!! Am using laptop and you have to hit the keys really hard. I can spell - honest grin

oxocube Fri 23-Oct-09 08:54:53

Have just thought of a new beanie - ds and all his friends seem to live in them! Our local cheap shop has them for 79 cents

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