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Okay, not really an everday issue, so it's my 21st next month and my dad is asking me what I'd like.

I have absolutely no idea what to ask for what so ever. So what did your parents / you ask for your 21st.

My dad said it needs to last. And not given me a budget etc.

A few things;

I don't wear jewellery of any sorts or watches.
I can't drive but he's going to give me his old car when he buys a new one next year.
I got a laptop two years ago so it's not that old.


I was thinking of asking for some new clothes. A few tshirts/sweaters etc that are around £30-50 each. But clothes don't last really.

Any ideas would be nice.


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It's my 21st too and everyone was asking me what I want etc and I had absolutely no idea! Eventually settled on a tablet (will save me having to print a **** load of handouts for uni) and a new pair of GHDs as my old ones are about 7 years old now. Both things that'll last me a long time. I don't see the issue with asking for clothes though, rather that than something you don't need/really want I guess?
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I never actually got a 21st birthday present :emo:

My mother asked what I wanted, I didn't know - don't ask don't get. So make sure you ask for something!!


I don't know much about women's clothes but what about a leather jacket? They last a while and seem to come into fashion fairly regularly. A pair of dr Martens might be an idea, kinda expensive but once they're worn in they're comfy as hell and will last years.
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I never actually got a 21st birthday present :emo:

My mother asked what I wanted, I didn't know - don't ask don't get. So make sure you ask for something!!


I don't know much about women's clothes but what about a leather jacket? They last a while and seem to come into fashion fairly regularly. A pair of dr Martens might be an idea, kinda expensive but once they're worn in they're comfy as hell and will last years.
I got a leather jacket last year.

I like Docs but don't know if I can cope with the pain of breaking them in and in my dads words 'I've got enough shoes already'
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Ask them to fund your driving lessons?
A nice winter coat/boots?
Or any clothes is fine I think!

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