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    So, Christmas is coming up! My dad has asked me for a Christmas list however I have no clue what I want!

    I'm not allowed to ask for cash/ gift vouchers and have a budget of £150.

    I'm thinking shall I get numerous little items for £15-20 or one big present for £150, like a nice watch.

    What do you guys think?

    Btw I am 15 and male.

    Thanks!
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    I prefer lots of cute little things, but it's up to you what you'll prefer.
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    (Original post by shae.m)
    So, Christmas is coming up! My dad has asked me for a Christmas list however I have no clue what I want!

    I'm not allowed to ask for cash/ gift vouchers and have a budget of £150.

    I'm thinking shall I get numerous little items for £15-20 or one big present for £150, like a nice watch.

    What do you guys think?

    Btw I am 15 and male.

    Thanks!
    Little things are nice, especially if you can't think of anything big you'd want. But if there is something big you can think of then go for it.
    As for what you want, here are some ideas:
    Clothes, games, mug, snacks or drinks you like, bag, comfy blanket, phone case, collectibles (like cards or figures), a subscription box o something cool, 3D pen or other cool tech.

    Good luck thinking of something
 
 
 
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