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What’s everyone buying their partners for Christmas?

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Jambomuzz

No this is not a thread to help me get ideas 👀👀

ok maybe it is.

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Carl Weathers

An expensive handbag which she can pick herself!

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Dawnrazor

Nothing, I'm the best gift she could ever wish for👍

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redjambo

I'm long-term single (surprise, surprise ;)) so it looks as if this Christmas I will have to buy my partner!

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Cruyff Turn

A Treadmill. 

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Samuel Camazzola

Nowt. Just putting cash towards an additional holiday. ☀ 

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Jamhammer

She's asked for an animal skin coat

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Getting her a donkey jacket

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NANOJAMBO
1 hour ago, Cruyff Turn said:

A Treadmill. 

Getting my SO some Bluetooth headphones to get her ON a treadmill. 🙂

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luckyBatistuta

Already bought her the Dyson hairdryer previously, but there is a new Dyson product called the Airwrap, so bought her that.

 

She wanted to try it out and didn’t think much of it, so I sold it...made myself £70 on it :vrwow:

 

 

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luckyBatistuta
2 hours ago, Dawnrazor said:

Nothing, I'm the best gift she could ever wish for👍

 

 

:boak:

 

 

Don’t believe you anyway. A wee birdie has told me what you’ve got her, here’s a clue....

 

 

 

 

 

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Herbert
2 minutes ago, luckyBatistuta said:

Already bought her the Dyson hairdryer previously, but there is a new Dyson product called the Airwrap, so bought her that.

 

She wanted to try it out and didn’t think much of it, so I sold it...made myself £70 on it :vrwow:

 

 

 

If your wife straightens her hair get her steampods. They are steep at about £160 but the appreciation is worth every penny😘.

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Dawnrazor
14 minutes ago, luckyBatistuta said:

 

 

:boak:

 

 

Don’t believe you anyway. A wee birdie has told me what you’ve got her, here’s a clue....

 

 

 

 

 

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😳

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luckyBatistuta
15 minutes ago, Herbert said:

 

If your wife straightens her hair get her steampods. They are steep at about £160 but the appreciation is worth every penny😘.

 

She already has fancy straighteners. Women’s hair and beauty treatments don’t half cost a bloody fortune. Why didn’t god just make them naturally good looking like us blokes 😊

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luckyBatistuta
18 minutes ago, Herbert said:

 

If your wife straightens her hair get her steampods. They are steep at about £160 but the appreciation is worth every penny😘.

 

Same appreciation as that first date, meal and drinks?

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Herbert
5 minutes ago, luckyBatistuta said:

 

She already has fancy straighteners. Women’s hair and beauty treatments don’t half cost a bloody fortune. Why didn’t god just make them naturally good looking like us blokes 😊

 

So did mine but the hairdresser recommended them just as she got them in stock funnily enough. 

5 minutes ago, luckyBatistuta said:

 

Same appreciation as that first date, meal and drinks?

 

Nah it's better. A night of her pampering herself upstairs let me get peace downstairs. 

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luckyBatistuta
24 minutes ago, Herbert said:

 

So did mine but the hairdresser recommended them just as she got them in stock funnily enough. 

 

Nah it's better. A night of her pampering herself upstairs let me get peace downstairs. 

 

:laugh2: so true

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Morgan

Romance at Christmas certainly isn’t dead on this thread.

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been here before

Pair of slippers and a dildo...

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If she doesnt like the slippers then she can go and xxxx herself.

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Jambo-Jimbo

We have both decided to really cut back this year and put the money towards our summer holiday, instead of getting each other anything.

 

Wife is currently in New York with one of our daughters having some mother daughter time, so I gave her some dollars before she went for her birthday/christmas (both close together), so she can spend them on whatever she wants when over in New York.

She's working christmas day this year (again), but I'll get her something to open when she get's home late evening, don't know what but I'll figure something out, I usually do.

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My half sister

Buy a couple of flights to somewhere in March /April when it's the international break and get her to pick a hotel, job done. Places to consider, Lisbon, Seville, Krakow, Vienna, 

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Salad Fingers

Vouchers (her choice), bit of jewellery, jammies and other assorted shite.  

 

Said we had a £50 limit this year, but I know she has got me at least a new Fred Perry so that's out the window.  

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Dagger Is Back

Nothing. Haven’t done presents for 15 years. With the kids being 19 and 16, Xmas is going to be a barrel of laughs

 

Might have to gatecrash next door as they have kids.

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Morgan

Not presents as such, but a couple of wee holidays.

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Stuart Lyon

Morgan is that some kind of fetish trip?

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Craig Gordons Gloves

Every year I have to ask my wife to provide me with 'ideas' for her Christmas and i usually go from that and then get a couple of things that she hasn't asked for that she usually ends up liking.  This year she wants golf clubs so that's easy.  Set of clubs, some balls and tees and then a few other wee bits and pieces.  I'm always amazed by her ability to listen to me throughout the year and buy me stuff that i have talked about but never bought. 

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Herbert
28 minutes ago, Stuart Lyon said:

Morgan is that some kind of fetish trip?

 

At least the pool will be warm.

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lauriesrank

I have went ridiculous and so far have bought her: trainers, snow shoes, a bag, a foot spa, a winter jacket, straighteners, hairdryer, 8 gift set things from boots (bath and glory style) scented candles, a massive teddy and some jewellery (and that's all I remember, there are a few other presents, not a clue what they are!)

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lauriesrank
18 hours ago, Herbert said:

 

If your wife straightens her hair get her steampods. They are steep at about £160 but the appreciation is worth every penny😘.

Never heard of them!!  Seems a good idea, I'll take it they are better for hair?

 

As opposed to straighteners as I know they can denature the proteins which can result in premature hair loss.

 

In essence I might be buying her an extra present! :D

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Herbert
5 minutes ago, lauriesrank said:

Never heard of them!!  Seems a good idea, I'll take it they are better for hair?

 

As opposed to straighteners as I know they can denature the proteins which can result in premature hair loss.

 

In essence I might be buying her an extra present! :D

 

Yeah they dont dry the hair so it doesn't snap and they don't get so hot they cook the hair. My gfs hair looks better and feels softer using them. 

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Morgan
2 hours ago, Stuart Lyon said:

Morgan is that some kind of fetish trip?

 

:) Not really, Stuart. Just would rather spend my money on a couple of wee trips rather than buy her stuff she doesn't even need.

 

2 hours ago, Herbert said:

 

At least the pool will be warm.

 

Sadly, it won't be the weather for swimming where we're going!!

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Jamboelite
41 minutes ago, lauriesrank said:

I have went ridiculous and so far have bought her: trainers, snow shoes, a bag, a foot spa, a winter jacket, straighteners, hairdryer, 8 gift set things from boots (bath and glory style) scented candles, a massive teddy and some jewellery (and that's all I remember, there are a few other presents, not a clue what they are!)

First relationship ???

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CostaJambo
53 minutes ago, Jamboelite said:

First relationship ???

Must admit I was thinking more "habitual ebay browser when drunk" but you could well be right :gok:

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Morgan
7 minutes ago, CostaJambo said:

Must admit I was thinking more "habitual ebay browser when drunk" but you could well be right :gok:

:groundhog:

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Dawnrazor

Batteries for last years present. 

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lauriesrank
6 hours ago, Jamboelite said:

First relationship ???

Na, just love my wife.

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Dr. Sheldon Cooper

We just bought a house a couple of months ago so have agreed to not get too carried away this year. She is animal daft and wants a pet but I've been pushing back until we got everything we needed for the house. We agreed on rabbits but didn't set a timeframe and now she wants a rabbit for Christmas and is telling people that's what I'm getting her.

 

Quite frankly I've got no idea where to start looking and I've probably left it way too late. I'm terrible at buying presents so it'll no doubt be a last minute job again.  She told me she's pretty much finished buying for me which has made me realise how unorganised I am.

 

Good times.

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Seymour M Hersh

Something she'll love hopefully!!

 

 

Edited by Seymour M Hersh

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The Real Maroonblood

A new vacuum cleaner.

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Phil Dunphy
On 28/11/2018 at 23:12, Dr. Sheldon Cooper said:

We just bought a house a couple of months ago so have agreed to not get too carried away this year. She is animal daft and wants a pet but I've been pushing back until we got everything we needed for the house. We agreed on rabbits but didn't set a timeframe and now she wants a rabbit for Christmas and is telling people that's what I'm getting her.

 

Quite frankly I've got no idea where to start looking and I've probably left it way too late. I'm terrible at buying presents so it'll no doubt be a last minute job again.  She told me she's pretty much finished buying for me which has made me realise how unorganised I am.

 

Good times.

 

Pets At Home generally have rabbits. £35 last time we took the cats to the vet in there. 

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Herbert
2 minutes ago, Phil Dunphy said:

 

Pets At Home generally have rabbits. £35 last time we took the cats to the vet in there. 

 

Might be a different kind of rabbit.

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Ribble

rabbits are awful pets imho

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crunchy frog

She's getting a range of products from here and will like it.

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hughesie27

Mates sister is a bit of an artist and she made decent handmade clocks so one of them for the livingroom. An Amazon echo. Probably some form of jewellery from Macintyres, Gin making kit and some smelly yankee candles.

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superjack
4 hours ago, crunchy frog said:

She's getting a range of products from here and will like it.

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A far better place than pets at home for buying rabbit from.

Edited by superjack

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ri Alban
4 minutes ago, hughesie27 said:

Mates sister is a bit of an artist and she made decent handmade clocks so one of them for the livingroom. An Amazon echo. Probably some form of jewellery from Macintyres, Gin making kit and some smelly yankee candles.

I'm a bit of an artist myself.  A piss artist.

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Dr. Sheldon Cooper
11 hours ago, Phil Dunphy said:

 

Pets At Home generally have rabbits. £35 last time we took the cats to the vet in there. 

 

Apparently it was only a last resort to get one from there, she has her reasons 😂

 

Going to see one on Sunday but thanks anyway 👍

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CJGJ

It's a secret..................................Victoria knows

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itsnomarooned

GHD Platinum hair straighteners.  The feckin' price of them !!!!!

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