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Gift advice (sorry I'm desperate!)

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
I need to buy gifts for my 2 nephews, one is 13 one is 10
I haven't seen them in a long time and have NO idea what they like or what they are into
they are token gifts (£10 or so) but I'd like them to be more than a voucher.
any ideas?

The girls I can buy for but the boys I have no idea
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Football annuals :)
#2
Failing that Asda had a payg mobile for £10 last week with £5 credit on :)
banned#3
A hoodie with headphones?
#4
arcsbite
...any ideas?...


...Ring one of their parents or guardians & ask for suggestions, perhaps.

If you think a voucher is a poor present, imagine getting something you don't want or already have got on Christmas Day.

BFN,

fp.
#5
without knowing what they like.... I dunno?

anything would be a guess rather than advice :?
#6
guiness book of records 2010....they also do a football edition??
#7
Maybe a gift experience
#8
vickywil5
Maybe a gift experience


doubt you can get one of them for £10

I think your best bet would be to ask their parents for ideas.
#9
fanpages
...Ring one of their parents or guardians & ask for suggestions, perhaps.

If you think a voucher is a poor present, imagine getting something you don't want or already have got on Christmas Day.

BFN,

fp.


Exactly, im still practicing my 'ohhhh thank you' facial expression, ive got a few weeks left of practice time to perfect it again.

I think amazon vouchers are probably the best, as its free delivery and sell alsorts. This way even the young ones dont have to wait till mum or whoever goes shopping with them as they can do it all at home and dont even need a card to shop I dont think? The voucher code on its own will work.

Id rather have a voucher any day than some cack gift that i'll never use, never wear or never wanted. My OH's sister does this every year, Im sure she does it on purpose. Ive even said you dont have to worry, save your money, but does she listen..... no she doesnt. God knows what ill get this year.
#10
thanks guys
food for thought
appreciate it
#11
some cheap dvds around, dvd and a selection box looks a nice gift. prob would have 2 check with parents on dvd though.

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