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Christmas Gift Ideas for Your Guy :: Feedback (pg. 5)

Christmas Gift Ideas for Your Guy :: Feedback (pg. 5) - Reviewed by Kidzworld on Dec 27, 2006
( Rating: 1 Star Rating)

Can't think of anything to get your guy this holiday season? Then check out Kidzworld's Christmas gift ideas for your boyfriend. Anything from a CD to a snowboard would be perfect to wrap beneath the tree this year! - Page 4

1 I believe that some of you girls have the money to buy those expensive gifts. I mean, my little sister and I have the money but like some of the older girls said, all those expensive gifts don't mean a thing - it's the thought that counts. For my boyfriend, I made him a memory album. It's filled with pictures of us and little momentos like movie tickets we went to see, special little inside jokes, etc. Me and my guy are still happy and going strong.
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Nickname: OoOleilani baby
Age: 15

1 I haven't decide what I should give my BF. What do you think I should get him?
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Nickname: heybaby_wat
Age: 14

1 Hi everyone, how is life? Anyway, 13, 14, and 15 year-old girls really aren't that young, expecially since you are only 16! And why the heck would you spend 700 dollars on a guy that just might love you. Go for things that they would love and not for things that will MAKE them love you. I like the teddy bear idea and homemade gifts. Those are the ones that really count and as life goes on you just might understand that! Peace out.
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Nickname: sweet_thang_1120
Age: 16

1 Christmas is almost here and my boyfriend isnt the usual type! He isn't into any sports and he is kinda inmature for his age. He is 15 right now. I need some interesting gift ideas.
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Nickname: kitty
Age: 15

1 First of all, as all of the other girls have said, NO MAN IS WORTH $700 dollars. Are ya'll crazy? Me and my boyfriend have been together for 14 months - we are spending $50 AT THE MOST on each other. I'm gettin' him a stocking full of little stuff like candy and stuff he likes and a fossil watch. That's it! You can't buy love and that's what most of ya'll are trying to do.
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Nickname: kitty
Age: 15

1 I agree with Curiosly_Qualm - why would you have to buy your boyfriend something super expensive? He should love you anyways! Jeez! Anyways, when you are 13-14 and under, it's most likely you don't even know what it's like to have a real relationship. When you get older you might understand!
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Nickname: punkchic_sc02
Age: 16

1 Mary, you are really heplful! I wish I could be smart like you! But hey, those are some cute ideas!
Kidz Submit by:
Nickname: punkchic_sc02
Age: 16

1 My BF loves football and sports so I'm still thinking on it! Maybe a football shaped clock that he adored at the mall - plus he loves Styx! Oh and yeah, I don't see how 13 or 14 year-old girls can afford things like that cuz I sure can't! My man would love anything I got him!
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Nickname: Ryans suthrn chick
Age: 13

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