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    im a guy and wasn't sure of what to get a girl for her 18th. Known her quite a while and are close
    any suggestions?
    was thinking of a bracelet or necklace maybe shoes....wasn't quite sure on what would be best
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    Bookss!

    Well that's if she likes them
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    Jewellery is always a good idea.

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    Something personal between you and her, or something based on her interests/things she likes?
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    (Original post by donutaud15)
    Jewellery is always a good idea.

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    any ideas of what type, i know that she likes jewellery
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    Bookss!

    Well that's if she likes them
    well shes does love to read but im certain that she will be receiving that from many people.
    i want to make it great
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    (Original post by MrBhogal)
    well shes does love to read but im certain that she will be receiving that from many people.
    i want to make it great
    No honestly, go with books. You can't go wrong. Maybe write a nice message inside. Seriously you just can't go wrong...

    Just find out her favourite genre(s) before hand :yes:
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    (Original post by MrBhogal)
    any ideas of what type, i know that she likes jewellery
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    Get her a Pandora bracelet or a ring if you're looking for something cheaper. Depending on how much you're willing to spend, they have 18th birthday charms as well
    Rings are a bad idea imo. Unless you want awkwardness etc.

    Bracelet and necklaces are a good idea but if you can't afford that then maybe get her a classy looking watch?

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    Maybe a gift card, that way she can spend it how she wants
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    (Original post by donutaud15)
    Rings are a bad idea imo. Unless you want awkwardness etc.

    Bracelet and necklaces are a good idea but if you can't afford that then maybe get her a classy looking watch?

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    know nay good necklaces or bracelets that she may love
    shes picky lol
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    (Original post by TheonlyMrsHolmes)
    No honestly, go with books. You can't go wrong. Maybe write a nice message inside. Seriously you just can't go wrong...

    Just find out her favourite genre(s) before hand :yes:
    ill give it a shot
    thanks
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    (Original post by serah.exe)
    A picture of yourself so you're always with her. She'll love it, trust me.
    Lmao shhh... he might actually do it :mmm:
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    (Original post by serah.exe)
    A picture of yourself so you're always with her. She'll love it, trust me.
    kinda did that 2yrs ago loll
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    If you're really close a trip to Victoria's Secret but if not then stick to a pair of shoes or an adventure day at one of those outdoors places.
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    (Original post by MrBhogal)
    ill give it a shot
    thanks
    Duddeeeeee.....no! :pinch:

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    kinda did that 2yrs ago loll
    Good!


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    (Original post by Madeline_H95)
    If you're really close a trip to Victoria's Secret but if not then stick to a pair of shoes or an adventure day at one of those outdoors places.
    any tips on shoes types
    pretty picky she is lol
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    (Original post by 010197)
    A classy looking watch would probably cost the same as a bracelet or necklace
    Not really. Depends on one's definition of classy I guess. Lots of old style, understated watch are ok in price. However if one goes for the jewelled type of watch then yeah it can be expensive.



    (Original post by MrBhogal)
    know nay good necklaces or bracelets that she may love
    shes picky lol
    You'll have to see what sort of style she goes for.

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    Wait no one has actually asked you this yet, but how much are you willing to spend?
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    (Original post by MrBhogal)
    any tips on shoes types
    pretty picky she is lol
    Easy, just ask her what she likes casually when on the internet one day. Find out her size and order them. If not, go for a real pair of Ugg boots. Every girl likes a pair of genuine Uggs for winter.
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    (Original post by donutaud15)
    Not really. Depends on one's definition of classy I guess. Lots of old style, understated watch are ok in price. However if one goes for the jewelled type of watch then yeah it can be expensive.





    You'll have to see what sort of style she goes for.

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    hmmm, know any good brands or shops that many love??
 
 
 
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