need to get something for my dad, a fancy-dancy saucy stylish guy who's not even thinking of retirement and is always on top and wants to know/have everything that is currently on top and in.. wow! what are your suggestions?
hey, I've just got out of school and spent way too much money on other stuff
i need to get something for my dad, but don't have too much cash left
what is a cheap but still nice gift to a dad? i mean not cheap but rather affordable, yeah...
I'd love to ask about the really-really best gifts for dads that you have ever managed to come up with. Either big or small, expensive or affordable, hand-made perhaps... whatever
It's sooo hard to shop for dads and you always want your gift to be the most special, year in year out
here comes Father's Day and I need to get a gift for my dad. see I'm a good son and all that stuff, but I moved away a while ago and we kinda don't talk much and all
I'm thinking of something useful for an active guy as my dad who just retired. i know it's tough to pick something useful if you don't talk to each other and dont really know what's going on and stuff..
well any ideas from you guys?
me and a couple of my girlfriends are throwing a party this weekend - the theme is World Environment Day! We are gonna have fun, play some games and do some funny quizzes.
I also wanna surprise my friends and bring some tokens or really small gifts that would go as prizes in our small contests.
I would really appreciate any of your advice about these small but cute things that would also have some connection with the general theme of the party - World Environment Day.
Thank you Mucho!!
we would like to ask for your opinion or advice on what to give to a couple who we have recently befriended. They are young people, newly-weds so to say, and very-very sweet. They come from a different culture and unfortunately we do not know all the aspects about gift giving and the appropriateness of different gifts as seen by them. What would be a nice gift for them as we are invited to dine at their house? Something rather neutral but still expressing our appreciation and sincere friendship?
my friend invited me over to her place on Easter week-end. I kinda decided already what I'll be getting for her, but I'm don't really know what to give to her son. He's a cute boy, almost 2 years old.. A basket full of just candy is not an option really, I want something more useful.. well, for a two-year old at least :))
I've been going out with my boyfriend for almost two years and I met his mom several months ago. She was extremely nice to me and especially since now we've been spending so much time together with my bf, we will be over for Easter at his home. I don't know what to give to his mom.. I mean I could get a nice Easter basket for her, but just wanted to ask you guys about some other ideas suitable for this. His mom is a devout Christian and lives by spirit and bf said that Easter is one of their favorite family holidays. Please help..
You can make the so-called "live green" commitment cards - each will be different, but all centered around this "live green" idea, and distribute them among your friends. They will need to follow the "commitment" written on their card for the whole next year :-)
Get some small house plants in pots - some cute cacti or whatever, you can even take a tip cutting off your plants at home and plant them into smaller pots. This will probably be more time consuming, but your girlfriends will definitely appreciate your time and efforts!
Hey guys, what will you be doing on Hearts' Day? My single friends and me will have an overnight stay at a hotel and we'll go swimming on Valentine's Day. ;p What are your plans? Will you celebrate it with your families or your friends or with your special someones? :)
We'll be having a romantic dinner this Valentine's Day and I want to surprise my boyfriend with a stunning outfit. I want to wear something that would make her jaw drop. What could I wear to stun him? Thanks for your suggestions .
My brother recently bought a motorcycle for himself. Here's the thing, my brother's birthday is coming up and I want to give him a gift that would go well with his motorcycle. Thank you for your suggestions!
Making a big card for my boyfriend. Looking for ideas. I made a border around it with thread (handsewed all the way around the card). I want to put things I love about him in it. I am going to do a three layer heart that says Things I love about you and paste it on the middle of the inside left of the card. Then around it put reasons I love him. I am wondering ways to make the card not all 2d though. I want it to be very creative, thoughtful && romantic. I have some cute things to put it in it, but am wondering how to do it.
My business organization in the graduate school is organizing a business forum next month and we have invited several speakers from key business sectors to share their thoughts about business prospects in the light of a global financial crisis. Since the speakers are participating in our business forum at their own will, our organization intends to give them a token as a sign of gratitude. What would be a good token for our speakers? I need your help please ^^
My girlfriend and me will finally have our first year anniversary on July. But I would like to prepare months before because I want everything to be at least almost perfect for that day. She has been very particular with our relationship because she said this will be her first real long relationship with someone. Everything else is fine for us now but I was just assigned in another city and we are in a long-distance relationship for 3 months now. She's taking it easy. I just want to assure her that nothing bad will happen for our first year so I want our anniversary to be special.
Is it acceptable to give a gift to a city official? I requested some work to be done with regards to our business like permits and stuff and he pretty did the whole thing accurately and fast. I'm really satisfied with the service that he gave me. With this I'm thinking of buying him a small token just to show my appreciation for his work. Do you think it's okay? Or would it seem like bribery or something?