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    Default What you getting your dad/what is your son getting you for christmas?

    I need you guys to do my shopping for me here, I am bang out of ideas. The selfish man has a birthday on the 23rd of December, so I am out of ideas twice!
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    Got my dad tickets to the Johnny Cash Revival show in Cardiff. He always loved Johnny Cash and its his era. I think it was just under 20 each for him and my mum.

    The Husband wanted an Ospreys rugby shirt, so that's what he has.

    Father in law has DVD of a comedian.

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    Senna DVD dude, it's got 'dad gift' written all over it

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    see i'm in a tough position... my dad likes sport, but not so much that i think he'd appreciate stuff like that... he watches football and f-1, but somewhat sporadically, so i don't know if i can really get him a 'fan' gift like that

    i went shopping this morning and walked out empty handed after around 20 angry minutes browsing about, hating every person in my way and raging at the decorations, the music, the carol singers, etc

    a decent percentage of the gifts i bought on amazon still have not arrived yet either.. i think it's gonna be a shit christmas for my giftees this year
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    A hamper of 'man' food and/or drink!
    http://www.smartgiftsolutions.co.uk/...-Food-&-Drink/

    You can make your own up based on what he likes and what you want to spend.
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    my dad makes every single gift buying scenario difficult....the dick. he genuinely said he doesn't want anything, but thats shit so i got him a decent razor set with some spare heads and foam and stuff because he insists on using bics even though they're a shocking shave.
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    getteng my old man a new bat lads coz crackad it over some mugs head cuple weeks ago down jollys pals
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    did they not know it was your dad? i find it hard to believe anyone would be dumb enough to mug off the champ's dad in his local
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    dont think the mug knew pal was some yakerzuha boss on holeday govner an he went down jollys giveng it large but my dad wernt haveng it son ko'd him with the bat an it browk
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    Options:

    a nice woolly jumper
    a nice aftershave (a cliche, but it's a simple one)
    a nice pair of leather gloves
    a nice wallet
    a nice Natural History Museum Jellyfish Lampquarium
    a nice book(s)
    a nice bottle of (insert favourite tipple here)

    I think the key points are (a) nice. That's it.

    John Lewis is quite good when looking for 'dad presents'.

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