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    I get the feeling DP is getting me perfume from what he's been saying/hinting. He'd better not - he's already well and truly given me my xmas present

    I was thinking to get something for the house (new vase or whatnot) but now I'm kinda leaning toward handbag and maybe an everyday perfume from body shop, mine ran out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bell & Bug View Post
    Lingerie! Haha. I did it the other day, I got $120 worth of nice lingerie. I can't wait until it arrives =]
    I do like lingere, DP hates it though might be a bit of a waste of cash in this circumstance considering my draw is already overflowing with underpants and bras

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    I would buy a bed wetting alarm, while technically for me but it would make my life 1000 times easier.

    After dealing with a wet bed for 12 years it would be bliss for both me and him. It would raise his confidence and I think it would help his self esteem greatly. It must be so hard for him as 12 yr boy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loving6 View Post
    I would buy a bed wetting alarm, while technically for me but it would make my life 1000 times easier.

    After dealing with a wet bed for 12 years it would be bliss for both me and him. It would raise his confidence and I think it would help his self esteem greatly. It must be so hard for him as 12 yr boy.
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    Awww poor boy, that must be awful for him. How much are they?

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    I had two of these presents got a new nappy/handbag with one and a personalised necklace charm with the other (was $110, so put in the extra)

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    I never go anywhere to need nice clothes...I already have too many I can never wear, but Peter Alexander pyjamas are what I buy for myself/everyone else when I have no idea what to buy.
    They make you feel good, even if you're just sitting around.
    Or, like Bell & Bug said, lingerie. You can never have enough of the good stuff

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    Well thanks everyone - earlier I couldn't think of ONE thing I wanted, now I have too many things to choose from

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
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    Awww poor boy, that must be awful for him. How much are they?
    They are just over 100 we haven't got him one before because he couldn't use it while dd was in yr 12 as it would have woken her several times a night. Now she finished I am saving to get him one.

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    Ha I'd probably still accidentally spend it on jasper & DF.

    A nice new bra. Clothes. Salon hair products. Nice new pjs. Make up. Dunno.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benji View Post
    I do like lingere, DP hates it though might be a bit of a waste of cash in this circumstance considering my draw is already overflowing with underpants and bras
    DP hates it too - thinks it's a waste of money considering all it does is "get in the way."

    If I wasn't getting a dress, I'd get a pair of comfy-but-nice shoes. I only ever spend about $20 on a pair of shoes at a time. It'd be nice to get some good looking but comfy ones that cost a bit more than that.

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