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    i bought my mum a washing machine.
    ...seriously.
    it was agreed that i didn't owe her any xmas presents for a while
    still get her something little though
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    A silk dress.

    Probably too late now, but idea for the future - go shopping with her. Make a mental note of everything she stares longingly at, checks the price tag for, holds up against herself to see if it would fit, or casually mentions 'that's nice'. Go back later and find one of these items which fits your budget.

    My mother dropping not-so-subtle hints: solving present-shopping crises since 1989.
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    (Original post by The*Doctor's*Rose)
    i bought my mum a washing machine.
    ...seriously.
    it was agreed that i didn't owe her any xmas presents for a while
    still get her something little though
    Your username (DW!!!) and sig (MUSE!!!!) make me happy.

    So I got her a nice blouse and jewelry to go with it. :cool:
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    I still haven't got anything, and I really didn't want to leave it til Christmas eve I'll probably pick up jewellery and/or a bag or something tomorrow.
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    iPod Touch.
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    perfume, barry m nail paint set, gordon ramsey cookbook.
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    A pandora charm (a silver rose) for her bracelet and a Condiments set with olive oil, balsamic vinegar, chilli and garlic for when she has dinner parties
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    (Original post by EcstaticMuse)
    Your username (DW!!!) and sig (MUSE!!!!) make me happy.

    So I got her a nice blouse and jewelry to go with it. :cool:
    Your username, sig and profile pic make me happy
    It's always nice to meet a fellow minded awesome person :godancing:

    And nice presents!
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    (Original post by Teveth)
    I'm struggling to think of anything. I need your ideas.
    A bottle of welsh wine as a joke for i am a welsh son
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    (Original post by The*Doctor's*Rose)
    Your username, sig and profile pic make me happy
    It's always nice to meet a fellow minded awesome person :godancing:

    And nice presents!
    Nice to meet you, too! Life is so much better with Muse and Doctor Who. I believe my mom ordered me some DW DVDs for Christmas, so we shall seeeee!

    Thanks!
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    a cook book, with a note saying, im getting ****ing sik of pasta
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    This ring

    and a box of lindt chocolate
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    DVD of Miranda Series 1
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    Wow, I'd be so stressed if I'd left it this late!
    I've got my Mum 2 pairs of PJs that she liked in La Senza, a bottle of perfume, a personalised chocoalte bar and a pair of windup dancing meerkats (that's a personal joke haha, don't ask!)
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    monsters inc dvd and a personalised calendar
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    A crime thriller and a Jace Everett CD.
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    My sister and I went in on a model helicopter which you can fly inside and outside. I also got her the traditional chocolates. It's a bit of a jokey, fun present this year.
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    A Soap and Glory gift set, Debenhams voucher and a new diary. She'll moan that we spent too much on her like we usually do. Me and my sister do joint presents since I'm a poor student and she's 14 xD
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    2 CDs - Robbie Williams and Elton John

    She'd already hinted
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    A calendar, a diary, necklace and a cute mug
 
 
 
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