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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)

Cant think of anything to get your boyfriend this holiday season? Check out Kidzworlds 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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I wrote this when I was in grade 4. Please don't judge. It's cringy, I know.
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    I AM Poem   By: SmartSunnyShadow     I am insecure and imaginative I wonder how God’s imagination can be this endless I hear my dad’s screams I see the beauty in the sky I want to go home I am insecure and imaginative   I pretend I’m someone I’m not I feel melancholic I touch my wet tears I worry how people think of me I cry frequently I am insecure and imaginative   I understand the purpose of living I say the opposite of what I mean I dream lucidly and endlessly I try to wear a mask I hope I will fulfill my dreams I am insecure and imaginative                                                                   
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AnnaOfExquizurd
" Hello, Link. Wake up. The Great Deku Tree wants to talk to you! " The high-pitched voice barely penetrated my sleep, but thankfully ripped me from the nightmare. The words, however, didn't register, and I acknowledged whoever was speaking to me with a groan. Complete with me rolling over. Then a light started flashing across my closed eyelids, rapidly; almost quickly enough to give me a moment of epilepsy. It was confusing, because I was facing the wall.... As the light did that, the voice came again: " Link, get up! Hey, c'mon! Can Hyrule's destiny  really  depend on such a lazy boy?! " The feminine voice was louder now--not only because it was shouting. It sounded  naturally  loud. But what in the world did she mean by Hyrule's destiny depending on...  me ? Curiosity made me want answers, and the want for those answers prompted me to roll back over, sit up and the edge of the bed, and sleepily open my eyes. The interior of my house was still dim... it must've been dawn. My eyes widened more than being just open when I saw the blue ball of light floating in my vision... with barely visible, crystal-clear wings. I was being addressed by a  fairy . Instead of being a typical 11-year-old and responding verbally, I straightened up and rested my hands on my lap. My attention was fully on this fairy, the only one to speak directly to me in my life. " You finally woke up! "  her loud voice exclaimed.  " I'm Navi the fairy. The Great Deku Tree asked me to be your partner from now on. Nice to meet you! " I was genuinely shocked.  Finally , I was like every other Kokiri. The smile that spread across my face was uncontrollable... and I couldn't think of what to say. Mido wouldn't be able to make fun of me anymore! "C'mon, he wants to talk to you. Let's go!" Navi called. I hadn't noticed her hover to the doorway, floating by the green curtain that served as a door. I hopped up, adjusted the hem of my green tunic, and put my pointy green hat on as I moved to the door. After exiting, I first brushed some blond locks behind my pointed ears on one side of my face, and then pulled the curtain open and bunched it up behind a hook on the wall, so it would stay open. Navi patiently hovered by my head, lurching downwards almost comically as I descended the ladder attached to my elevated porch. My house was one-of-a-kind; the only one with a porch like that. When I turned to walk up the path, my aquamarine eyes met a familiar pair of sapphire-blue, topped by rich, deep green hair. The bangs were separated from the main body of the hair--chin-length and thick--by a headband just a shade darker than the hair. All of that rested on an eleven-year-old-girl, with pale skin, wearing a more emerald-green sort of vest and shorts. A long-sleeved shirt the same green as her hair was worn underneath the vest, and matching green boots graced her feet. It was Saria, my lifetime friend, accompanied by her lime-green fairy. Since a smile was sufficient greeting for her, I did that, and Saria cheerfully waved back. "Hey, Link! Oh, you've got a fairy now?!" Proudly, I nodded. An excited laugh escaped her lips. " I'm so happy for you! " My already-existent smile widened. "I, uh... thanks. But the Great Deku Tree wants to talk to me. I have to hurry." "He does?" Saria asked. " What an honor! " If it was even possible, her face was expressing more joy than before. "I wonder why...? Wait, you'll find out, hehe. Don't let me stop you! Good luck!" I gave her one last smile, and then started up the brief uphill climb, to where the path branched off into two more. Speeding up into a slow run, I turned right, passing a few Kokiri houses, then shortly reaching the pond. I didn't want to go around; today's events had me happy and energized. So, I hopped across the three little "islands", landing a few feet away from the path between the cliffs that led to the Deku Tree's clearing. Mido was standing at the edge, looking about the greenery all around us, and the surreal trails of light that floated about the forest. I was just about to pass into it when he jumped up and blocked my path. "Halt! What's your business?" he interrogated, in his bossiest voice yet. I knew he was doing this only because he hated me. "I'm going to talk to the Great Deku Tree, of course," I replied in my usual gentle voice. "No. Don't bother him," Mido said in a pompous manner. Being the Kokiri's leader got into his head sometimes... I swear. "But... Navi told me that he said he needed me." "Why? Who's Navi?" he asked. " You got a fairy, eh? Hmph. " "I don't know why..." I answered through clenched teeth. This was beyond irritating. Mido thought for a moment, also clearly relishing my annoyance. "Come back later with a sword and a shield. There's monsters in there. It's not safe." That was probably a load of lies. There were no monsters in Kokiri Forest, period. In frustration, I threw my hands up, and raised my voice--a rare occurrence. Revel in it while it lasts. " Where  in this village am I supposed to find  weapons ?!" Mido giggled. He sounded like a girl when he did, at least to me. "Just look. See ya in a while... or never." I stormed off, avoiding the pond entirely this time, and flopped down against the tree-trunk house right next to the pond with a scowl. The name of whoever owned that house never stuck with me, but he had turned it into a sort of shop a while ago. Which was pointless, because there was no way for any of us to get rupees. Yes, I had a few--ten--but that was collected over the course of my lifetime. Eleven whole years. Navi floated into my line of sight. "Link, your face is adorable when you're mad." I grunted. "Hey... you know the kid who owns this shop? He set a shield made of wood for sale a while ago. Thirty rupees." "I only have ten." "I know how you can get more."
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JO16 posted in Electronics:
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