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Present idea for 19yo

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littlejosh Tue 05-Jul-11 10:08:47

Hello

Does anyone have any ideas for a bday present for a 19 yo, works full time, left home last year and has since returned. Lives with mum.

Im not sure what the norm is, these days...or is it just a card (as its not 18 or 21!)

Thanks

NetworkGuy Tue 05-Jul-11 11:51:52

might be worth mentioning whether they are male or female smile

mummytime Tue 05-Jul-11 12:10:23

If its not someone really close, iTunes or Amazong vouchers/card is usually appreciated! With a nice card.

littlejosh Tue 05-Jul-11 12:19:44

Its for DH son...we cant afford to give a big gift...so just wondering...thank you

Maryz Tue 05-Jul-11 12:39:16

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

littlejosh Tue 05-Jul-11 12:47:54

Think it will be a good (brand) tee shirt then...off shopping tomorrow!

Thank you for the ideas all...

NetworkGuy Tue 05-Jul-11 12:54:52

Might be an idea to consider a ten quid Amazon gift card as well, if poss, so even if the T-shirt is of mild interest, the gift can go towards a personally chosen item in any category available (and they seem to cater for most tastes).

aliceliddell Tue 05-Jul-11 12:56:12

Driving lesson voucher?

littlejosh Tue 05-Jul-11 13:01:52

Drives already and he is quite into clothes and clubbing...so am hoping it will be ok smile...

toddle Tue 05-Jul-11 19:42:50

If he goes to the cinema could give him a gift card with money on for a couple of screenings and popcorn maybe? Well if they do them our local one does.

Usually get a update a week or so down the line that they went to see x film and it was 'bloody awesome'

chimchar Tue 05-Jul-11 19:50:33

Krispy kreme donuts do gift vouchers. I'd love one of those! Also all the coffee places.
I agree though with tk maxx as being great for designer stuff.
They do nice pants, wallets, belts etc too.

notnowImreading Tue 05-Jul-11 20:11:32

Some money in a card saying 'beer vouchers'?

Ryma Wed 06-Jul-11 15:22:06

Money or gift voucher?

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