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Number400 11-20-13 10:46 AM

Christmas gift ideas for spouse
 
Looking for gift ideas for the woman who has all she needs and won't ask for anything...

Last time I got her a high quality writing pen and that was a hit (something she uses nearly every day).

Any successes in the past for anyone?

Artkansas 11-20-13 10:48 AM

What size frame does she take?

Number400 11-20-13 10:51 AM

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Originally Posted by Artkansas (Post 16262403)
What size frame does she take?

Ha! Bikes are covered, N+10

Artkansas 11-20-13 10:53 AM

Best thing I ever got my ex was a nice makeup table, solid oak.

Siu Blue Wind 11-20-13 10:54 AM

A massage gift certificate is always welcome.

eofelis 11-20-13 10:57 AM

I'm that type of woman too. If I want something I prefer to buy it at a yard sale or thrift store for $1. Lately I decided I have enough (too much) stuff and have been avoiding buying anything else. I have 7 bikes and all the clothes and gear I could ever need to go with them.

My birthday is coming up and I cannot think of anything at all that I want.

So, sorry, can't help you out.

jsharr 11-20-13 11:15 AM

Ask yourself "What Would George Do?"

Artkansas 11-20-13 01:02 PM

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Originally Posted by jsharr (Post 16262477)

http://www.posters.ws/images/825388/...iding_bike.jpg

overthehillmedi 11-20-13 01:14 PM

Day at the spa?

C Law 11-20-13 01:18 PM

Dick in a box?

rumrunn6 11-20-13 01:24 PM

for mine I always score with ear rings. I know what she likes and she loses them so there's always room for more. if you don't know what she likes then don't waste the money. another biggy here can be colorful artsy jackets she can wear to art openings. that's particular to her - not for everyone.

here's a list from www.askmen.com 25 Christmas Gifts For Her
http://www.askmen.com/entertainment/...s-for-her.html

the sci guy 11-20-13 02:51 PM

my wife and i are both science nerds. so i get her these: http://www.particlezoo.net/
so far we're up to proton, neutron, electron, and the higgs boson. think i'll get her the tachyon this year.

mconlonx 11-20-13 03:29 PM

If she cooks, real nice knives. Something Japanese and pattern welded...

ModoVincere 11-20-13 03:37 PM

Get her something she can use....a new set of pots and pans.
Thnk of the benefits to you.

mapeiboy 11-20-13 03:40 PM

One year gym membership + a weight scale . :thumb:

colorider 11-20-13 03:48 PM

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Originally Posted by mapeiboy (Post 16263516)
One year gym membership + a weight scale . :thumb:

Just make sure she's not near the knives mconlonx just gave her when she opens it.

CbadRider 11-20-13 08:08 PM

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Originally Posted by C Law (Post 16262983)
Dick in a box?

:lol:


How about a nice dinner at her favorite restaurant?

himespau 11-20-13 08:58 PM

Dishwasher? Iron? Apron?

agent pombero 11-20-13 09:02 PM

Membership to a swingers club. Trust me, she is already thinking about it.

Artkansas 11-20-13 09:16 PM

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Originally Posted by ModoVincere (Post 16263506)
Get her something she can use....a new set of pots and pans.

And use them as wrapping for the real gifts. :thumb:

tizeye 11-20-13 09:26 PM

I am upgrading her camera from a point and shoot to a mirrorless.

apclassic9 11-21-13 08:54 AM

go to www.dhccare.com for a really super quality gift package of skin care products

http://www.dhccare.com/DHC/Images/KPSN_Cat.jpg

himespau 11-21-13 09:35 AM

My wife has never complained about flowers and liz lovely cookies.

MangoPumpkin 11-21-13 10:18 AM

I like gift certs for things I like to buy.

Perfume, books, candles....things like that.

bikeguyinvenice 11-21-13 10:29 AM

Well I vote against any kitchen or household appliances. Those imply you want her to do more cleaning or cooking.
Jewelry is usually appreciated.


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