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    What should i get for my daughter who is turning 15?:confused:
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    What is your budget?
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    Get her some gift vouchers.
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    The same thing I'm getting for my 13 year old sister for xmas.

    Money in a card. Yes, it's impersonal, but really, at 15, unless she has a job already, getting the whole family to give her cash to go on a day shopping is probably something she'd really like.
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    (Original post by Dogatonic)
    What is your budget?
    I don't really have one. I just want to get her something that she will really like.
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    Cigarettes

    Oh yeah.... And some white lightning.
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    (Original post by Steezy)
    Cigarettes
    deffently not.
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    you dont have a daughter and if you do then you shouldn't be here unless you are a mature student in which case you should be mature enough to know what to get a 15 year old and if you are an adult with a 15 year old child and you are not a student you shouldn't be here and you could have asked family members.
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    (Original post by jolteon)
    you dont have a daughter and if you do then you shouldn't be here unless you are a mature student in which case you should be mature enough to know what to get a 15 year old and if you are an adult with a 15 year old child and you are not a student you shouldn't be here and you could have asked family members.
    Go back to playing Pokemon little boy. Come back when you're less of an ass.
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    (Original post by jolteon)
    you dont have a daughter and if you do then you shouldn't be here unless you are a mature student in which case you should be mature enough to know what to get a 15 year old and if you are an adult with a 15 year old child and you are not a student you shouldn't be here and you could have asked family members.
    Yea, I can be here? I just don't know what she is in to? She like differnet stuff. thank you.
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    get her a violin or a viola
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    Gift vouchers (iTunes, cinema, Zara etc.) are always appreciated and a safe choice. If anything though, don't ever buy teenage sons/daughters clothing. Odds are that they won't like it and will never wear it.
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    A winter coat?
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    -shrug- give her cash.
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    Money ofcourse, we all love money especially money in a letter.

    Cheques/clothes NO!
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    (Original post by jolteon)
    you dont have a daughter and if you do then you shouldn't be here unless you are a mature student in which case you should be mature enough to know what to get a 15 year old and if you are an adult with a 15 year old child and you are not a student you shouldn't be here and you could have asked family members.
    Ever heard of a comma? Or a sentence?
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    A 15 year old boy? :ahee:
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    (Original post by Steezy)
    Ever heard of a comma? Or a sentence?
    "ever heard of a comma, or a sentence?" i mean that's probably the best way of putting it. saves you starting a question-sentence with "or" and also more efficiently conveys your point.
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    A Pandora bracelet if she likes jewellery?
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    A poster of One Direction and a dildo.
 
 
 
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