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    As a kid I never got (due to personal circumstances) any gifts. This year is the first year where I have been making a decent amount of bank, I have been frugal with my money but at christmas I want to go big.

    Anyone else buy themselves Christmas presents?

    Don't really know what to buy myself.
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    http://uk.askmen.com/entertainment/m...h_gadgets.html
    Some general tips.

    Cant go wrong with fragrances.
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    (Original post by Rk2k14)
    http://uk.askmen.com/entertainment/m...h_gadgets.html
    Some general tips.

    Cant go wrong with fragrances.


    I saw the edit , you saying I smell?
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    (Original post by Tom.x.Gotze)
    I saw the edit , you saying I smell?
    Realised fragrance includes aftershave &perfume.

    No shots fired. Hot bishes dig a man with good taste.
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    (Original post by Rk2k14)
    Realised fragrance includes aftershave &perfume.

    No shots fired. Hot bishes dig a man with good taste.

    Oh man you should see my aftershave + edt collection, it would scare you. Too many.

    My favourite at the moment is Givenchy Gentleman. So quality. Like a better version of YSL's Body Kouros.
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    (Original post by Tom.x.Gotze)
    Oh man you should see my aftershave + edt collection, it would scare you. Too many.

    My favourite at the moment is Givenchy Gentleman. So quality. Like a better version of YSL's Body Kouros.
    Dior Fahrenheit & Spicebomb

    I don't think i have a lot but ppl think I'm trigger happy. I guess most people are content with a few.
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    (Original post by Rk2k14)
    Dior Fahrenheit & Spicebomb

    I don't think i have a lot but ppl think I'm trigger happy. I guess most people are content with a few.

    Room mate at university had that, years ago. Red bottle, man so good.
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    (Original post by Tom.x.Gotze)
    As a kid I never got (due to personal circumstances) any gifts. This year is the first year where I have been making a decent amount of bank, I have been frugal with my money but at christmas I want to go big.

    Anyone else buy themselves Christmas presents?

    Don't really know what to buy myself.
    I never receive Christmas nor birthday presents. Well I guess I buy my own presents, but it's mostly the stuff I need.
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    (Original post by Tom.x.Gotze)
    Room mate at university had that, years ago. Red bottle, man so good.
    Yeah, had a friend who worked at the airport (World Duty Free) so basically got me a bottle and saved a **** ton of money.
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    Buy yourself all the stuff you wanted as a child.
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    (Original post by kkboyk)
    I never receive Christmas nor birthday presents. Well I guess I buy my own presents, but it's mostly the stuff I need.
    Says a lot about my relationnships lol, but **** it, more stuff for me. I am most likely going to be a bit grinch this Christmas because everyone is hitched/with their partners. But hey, at least I have my career intact ha. I have made my choices.
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    (Original post by Tom.x.Gotze)
    Says a lot about my relationnships lol, but **** it, more stuff for me. I am most likely going to be a bit grinch this Christmas because everyone is hitched/with their partners. But hey, at least I have my career intact ha. I have made my choices.
    Most people end up getting depressed about not receiving a thing lol, but well done to you for not falling into that trap
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    I think you should treat yourself to a nice leisurely stroll around the high street and get one or two small but luxurious items so perfume is always a good bet - try Chanel or Tom Ford they are decent perfumers. You could then perhaps buy something for the people close to you. It could be just a nice film and some yummy food to eat while you watch the film together. Sometimes creating nice moments is a good way to spend money
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    (Original post by Bill_Gates)
    Buy yourself all the stuff you wanted as a child.
    I wanted this mate:

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    (Original post by Tom.x.Gotze)
    I wanted this mate:

    That's awesome - get it!
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    (Original post by Rk2k14)
    Cant go wrong with fragrances.
    Love it when I get them as a birthday present :yy:
 
 
 
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