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  • Husband CHristmas present

    I was thinking about what to buy my husband for christmas and I have NO CLUE.. I can always buy the old stand by clothes.. but I want to buy him something special. Does any one have any ideas??

    What are you buying your spouses??

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    Hmm...this is rather cliche...maybe ask him?

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      Originally posted by Kevie
      Hmm...this is rather cliche...maybe ask him?
      Gee thanks, LOL I have tried that.. he said I dont know whatever you want to buy me.. this is a BIG HELP isnt it..

      hmmmmmm

      Last valentines days was easy.. I bought him a wedding band we couldnt afford that when we were married.. last christmas I bought him some ronald regan books (as he loves the man) now hmmmmmmmmmm.. I am stuck I tell you STUCK lol

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        Originally posted by Kevie
        Hmm...this is rather cliche...maybe ask him?
        I guess you have never asked a husband what they want for any gift giving time. :blink: Their usual answer is "I don't know" or "I don't care" or the best one "Nothing".

        I actually got a suggestion from my hubby this year. He wants the Anthology CD set of Johnny Cash. I found that at Sam's for about $40.00. I'm also thinking about a MP3 player for him. DVD sets are good too. What are his favorite movies or TV shows?

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          Originally posted by PrincessY
          I guess you have never asked a husband what they want for any gift giving time. :blink: Their usual answer is "I don't know" or "I don't care" or the best one "Nothing".

          I actually got a suggestion from my hubby this year. He wants the Anthology CD set of Johnny Cash. I found that at Sam's for about $40.00. I'm also thinking about a MP3 player for him. DVD sets are good too. What are his favorite movies or TV shows?
          the Johnny cash thing is a good idea he loves him (I never thought about that one)

          you are right, he said I dont know or I dont care.. hmmmmm M E N .. lol
          thanks for the help princessY

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            mine wants a pricey electronic gadget, but he's getting slippers...LOL...he can buy his own gadgets...

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              Originally posted by SCUBAbe
              mine wants a pricey electronic gadget, but he's getting slippers...LOL...he can buy his own gadgets...
              LOL.. wish mine would wear slippers.. its tooo warm here in so california for that.. lol

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                I hit Home Depot and Lowe's for my husband!

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                • #9
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                  Originally posted by kelly
                  LOL.. wish mine would wear slippers.. its tooo warm here in so california for that.. lol
                  Wow, here I sit in So Cal in slippers and a sweatshirt and I'm still freezing! :lol:

                  I have nohubby so I have no suggestions
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                  • #10
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                    I am originaly from canada sooo slippers arent an option here... in canada it is soo cold here it is just cool weather.. and I LOVE IT

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                      [quote=twinmom]I hit Home Depot and Lowe's for my husband![/qu

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                      thanks twinmom

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                      • #12
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                        Originally posted by NeverNeverland
                        Wow, here I sit in So Cal in slippers and a sweatshirt and I'm still freezing! :lol:
                        I'm in SoCal and I have on slippers and a fire going in my fireplace!:gladsad:

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                          Originally posted by NeverNeverland
                          Wow, here I sit in So Cal in slippers and a sweatshirt and I'm still freezing! :lol:

                          I have nohubby so I have no suggestions
                          me too. it gets cold where I live. (i know not compared to other staes, but for ca...LOL). We ahve been below freezing a few nights. Today was cold andf gale force winds all day. I've been in layers all day trying to stay warm. My BF will only turn the heat up to 68 degrees...LOL

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                          • #14
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                            I'm in MT, my hubby wants new hiking boots and movies. I'm also getting him an I-Pod shuffle.

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                              Starting last year we quite buying for each other and just buy for the kids. Seriously, the last thing I need is any more "stuff" taking up room and collecting dust in my house, and we've reached a point in our lives if we want or need something we just go out and get it anyway. Much easier that way.




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