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Christmas Gift Ideas for Your Guy

Christmas Gift Ideas for Your Guy - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 5 Star Rating)

Can't think of anything to get your boyfriend this holiday season? Check out Kidzworld's Christmas gift ideas - anything from a CD to a snowboard will be perfect to put under the tree this year!

Check out our updated Christmas Gift Ideas For Your Guy Guide !

Worried about what to get your BF this Christmas? If you want to get something he'll really love, skip the frilly teddy bear holding the giant heart and take a look at these cool holiday presents that you can stash beneath the tree.

Christmas Gifts - Tunes for Your Guy

If your wallet's looking a little bare this holiday season, why not buy your guy a cool CD so he can drown out his annoying Aunt Agnes at Christmas dinner? Think about grabbing Kanye West, Jay-Z, or the new Hives album. For a personal touch, throw together a compilation of his fave tunes for him to groove to. If you don't think he'll dig a new CD, check out some of these video games he might be interested in.

Christmas Gifts - Clothes for Your Guy

Are you constantly on your guy's case about dressing a little nicer? Then how about taking matters into your own hands this Christmas and getting him something functional, yet stylin'? Snap up a Hurley hoodie or a couple of Volcom T-shirts. If he's into hip hop, get him something that fits into his B-Boy style. He'll be thankful you took notice of his hurtin' wardrobe.

Christmas Gifts - Homemade Gifts for Your Guy

As the saying goes, "It's the thought that counts!" Even if you're strapped for cash this year, you can still give your boyfriend a great homemade gift. Sometimes the best gifts are the ones that people make especially for you!

  • Make him a holiday card and a batch of his favorite cookies - it's sweet and simple.
  • If you can sew, throw together a pair of pajama pants or boxer shorts. They're pretty easy to make and your guy will be really impressed with your craftiness.
  • Create a book of coupons for things like his pick on a DVD rental, walking his dog for him, watching his favorite sports team or playing video games with him.

Christmas Gifts - Boyfriend Wish-Lists

If he loves sports, get him a soccer ball, hockey stick or basketball shoes. For those of you who are lookin' to spend a little extra dosh, consider picking up a cool board that your guy can use this season cuz there are a ton of different snowboards on the market. Whether he's carving snow or barreling down the street, you'll certainly be in his thoughts while he's off boarding.

Christmas Gifts - What Not to Get Your Guy

  • A scented candle.
  • Socks - he'll get those from his mom, aunt or grandma.
  • A gift certificate for a pedicure because YOU think he has gnarly feet.
  • Anything with a heart on it.

5 I'm getting my guy a $700 gift certificate for whatever store he wants.

Kidz Submit by:

Nickname: callmeangel
Age: 15

5 I got my BF concert tickets to his favorite band, and I got him their newest CD.

Kidz Submit by:

Nickname: mandrin
Age: 16

Click here to find out what other Kidzworld members are gettin' their guys this Christmas!


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Best Gift to Get Your Guy?

  • A cool hoodie to add to his wardrobe.
  • Something he really wants - a new skate or snowboard.
  • CDs or DVDs.
  • A gift for my BF? Since when do girls buy presents?

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Jeterfan14
Jeterfan14 posted in Debating:
"David_Teh_Derp" wrote: "Jeterfan14" wrote: "David_Teh_Derp" wrote: No, they do not make women seem like objects, but beauty pageants are stupid though. I don't get why people are amused of this. So if anyone is supposed to be blamed for sexism, if there even is any in this, it's those that like this. (Honestly I am not amused with someone just showing of on stage, it is also kinda egoistic also, honestly). Read my post and you'll get the opinion of one of those "egotistic" pageant girls. I am very feminist and if you read my post you'll see how I feel So I read the post and it seems that it has almost nothing to say about ego. These are the only things I, at least, can get out of your post about feelings: ​1. The question: Do beauty pageants objectify women? 2. Your description of what way you are using the word 'objectify': Degrading a person to seem like a mere object ​3. Wanting to know everybody's opinion ​ ​That's it. I'm probably the only one here to bring up the subject about 'egoistical'. And since you are a feminist I will plainly assume that you agree with me on these girls in the pageant being of larger ego than usual. But your comment is slightly confusing and therefore I have no idea if you are angry with me or if you are telling me that you are agreeing with me saying that you feel that pageant girls are egoistic or something. But I know one thing: You feel badly about these pageants. If you would detail your comment more I would be relatively satisfied and probably even have a full answer. On the other hand, thank you for recognizing my comment, I was glad to hear your reaction, even though it was somewhat confusing, and I hope you have a good continuation of the day, m'am. :) No no, sorry about it confusing. What I meant was I disagreed with the egotistical part and wanted you to know I was a pageant girl and I wasn't that way, however I was too lazy to retype how I felt about this subject so I directed you to my post before cx Sorry. My post is in favor of beauty pageants, I've realized lately that I can't portray what I'm trying to say in a non-confusing way to other people so I guess I'll try and clarify. I feel beauty pageants are helpful to the girls in them, I had been bullied harshly but my mother said everytime I was on stage I seemed to have some confidence which I didnt have any other time. All Im really saying is people judge pageants too quickly without really realizing the deeper meaning behind them, I was just saying it from a beauty pageant girls mind
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David_Teh_Derp
"Jeterfan14" wrote: "David_Teh_Derp" wrote: No, they do not make women seem like objects, but beauty pageants are stupid though. I don't get why people are amused of this. So if anyone is supposed to be blamed for sexism, if there even is any in this, it's those that like this. (Honestly I am not amused with someone just showing of on stage, it is also kinda egoistic also, honestly). Read my post and you'll get the opinion of one of those "egotistic" pageant girls. I am very feminist and if you read my post you'll see how I feel So I read the post and it seems that it has almost nothing to say about ego. These are the only things I, at least, can get out of your post about feelings: ​1. The question: Do beauty pageants objectify women? 2. Your description of what way you are using the word 'objectify': Degrading a person to seem like a mere object ​3. Wanting to know everybody's opinion ​ ​That's it. I'm probably the only one here to bring up the subject about 'egoistical'. And since you are a feminist I will plainly assume that you agree with me on these girls in the pageant being of larger ego than usual. But your comment is slightly confusing and therefore I have no idea if you are angry with me or if you are telling me that you are agreeing with me saying that you feel that pageant girls are egoistic or something. But I know one thing: You feel badly about these pageants. If you would detail your comment more I would be relatively satisfied and probably even have a full answer. On the other hand, thank you for recognizing my comment, I was glad to hear your reaction, even though it was somewhat confusing, and I hope you have a good continuation of the day, m'am. :)
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ValenciaRose
ValenciaRose posted in Debating:
In general, do you think a country would be run better with a democracy or with someone making all the decisions?  Sorry should have made that more clearer :blush 
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Jeterfan14
Jeterfan14 posted in Debating:
"David_Teh_Derp" wrote:No, they do not make women seem like objects, but beauty pageants are stupid though. I don't get why people are amused of this. So if anyone is supposed to be blamed for sexism, if there even is any in this, it's those that like this. (Honestly I am not amused with someone just showing of on stage, it is also kinda egoistic also, honestly). Read my post and you'll get the opinion of one of those "egotistic" pageant girls. I am very feminist and if you read my post you'll see how I feel
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David_Teh_Derp
No, they do not make women seem like objects, but beauty pageants are stupid though. I don't get why people are amused of this. So if anyone is supposed to be blamed for sexism, if there even is any in this, it's those that like this. (Honestly I am not amused with someone just showing of on stage, it is also kinda egoistic also, honestly).
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