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    Chocolate. Smellies.

    Girls are piss easy to buy for ffs.
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    My suggestion is something funny rather than your standard, boring, typical chocolates. Have a look in novelty or gadget shops, there's always cool things in there. I won't tell you directly what to get but lets put it this way; I went in a gadget shop and walked out with some finger bongos. . . HOW COOL IS THAT!?
    Good luck x
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    I got a girl at work for Secret Santa, and I noticed she changes her earrings like every day. So I found some nice earrings and bought them You can either go down the funny route or the normal route, it's whichever's easiest for you to manage.
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    (Original post by snowyowl)
    Chocolate. Smellies.

    Girls are piss easy to buy for ffs.
    This.
    It's a secret santa. Nobody takes them all that seriously.. infact for most people, they're probably more of a burden than actual fun!
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    Well, I personally think this would get chocolate/something edible, and then something little and cheesy that she's going to remember that costs £1-2.

    If I were her, any of these would be incredibly gratefully received:
    http://www.hotelchocolat.co.uk/Pink-...ffles-P110465/
    http://www.hotelchocolat.co.uk/gift-...stmas-P111088/
    http://www.hotelchocolat.co.uk/uniqu...-gift-P300135/
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    (Original post by jigo121)
    So, In work we're doing a secret santa. Ive drawn someone that I speak to a little, but have no idea what to get her. She's 18, and the limit of the present is a fiver (im willing to stretch to like 7/8). Honestly, I have NO idea at all. Any ideas would be MUCH appreciated.
    Thanks
    People can be picky about chocolate so I wouldnt go down that route for your whole present. IMO Hotel Chocolat sucks but I know lots of people love it so you can see how tricky this can be and with price for the 'better' chocolate you dont want to waste money.

    There are some great novelty stuff out at the moment, Im buying this as part of my brothers present - he'll have a go and probably throw it out a couple of weeks later but thats the thing at least its novel first off.

    Here's one that with delivery is around £5, then buy £2/£3 of some Christmas packaged chocolate.
 
 
 
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