Posted: Mon Jan 21, 2008 9:46 am
If he's a business man you could buy him a really nice pen set. Every time he signs his name he'll be reminded of you.
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peecee wrote:Father's Day coming up again...
morris mouse wrote:My DAD died several years ago
HappyGoLucky wrote:morris mouse wrote:My DAD died several years ago
Sara_platermen112 wrote:What type of gift ideas have you all come up with for ur partners birthday/xmas/ what ever??
Its my fella's birthday soon, i need a gift idea urgently, was going to go to centre parcs but turning out too expensive. He says he always likes my presents coz there things he loves an i have great choices and style of course! but now i am sooo stuck!!! he is relying on me doing something brill, sick of getting him clothes or aftershave .
dipsydoodlenoodle wrote:I took my bf on a day trip to Edinburgh Zoo for his birthday haha. Could you not try something like that, or a trip to the likes of Alton towers or whatever he likes?
Sara_platermen112 wrote:OOOOOO ZOO!!! great idea, we have been meaning to go. Alton towers is closed, his birthday is on xmas day but he has a fake on in nov but its closed. thanks xxx
dipsydoodlenoodle wrote:Well if you have been meaning to go you can combine a trip for his birthday . I figured I could spend the money on stuff he wouldn't really use or I could take him somewhere nice, I know its not something to keep - I told my bf this and he said "I can keep the memories".
Bel Bel wrote:I got my fella a indoor sky diving experience. It was £60 and I can go too, or he can take a friend and they put you on a DVD as you do it.
I got mine off lastminute.com and the ticket is valid for 6 months to book when it suits
Just something a bit different
Also check out days out in london on google and it gives you loads of ideas
pink stripes wrote:BelBel has a good point, you could book in for one of those 'day experiences' you know like rally driving or something. Argos do them and they can cost anyhting from £60 on wards