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    So both of my cousins are bringing their partners to our boxing day party and I have never met them. They are from Europe and I was wanting to get them a little something so they feel welcome - a christmas pressie. I thought it might be fun to get something Australian-ish but have no idea what would be a good idea. Can anyone help out with some ideas? They are in their mid-twenties.

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    A cool pair of Havianas (sp?) if you can get their shoe size?

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    Do they drink? Some Aussie beer and a stubby cooler?

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    Kangaroo scrotum coin purse. You can get them from most leather good stores :thumbup:

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    Or sheep's placenta moisturizer perhaps? Yes. It exists :vomit:

    I like the Havianas idea. But those babies aren't cheap. Maybe some big w double pluggers and stubby shorts Hahaaa.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Disbride View Post
    Kangaroo scrotum coin purse. You can get them from most leather good stores :thumbup:

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    O.M.G. I think I threw up a little bit in my mouth! I might actually check them out . And placenta moisturiser WTF
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    What about a little aussie hamper. Tim tams, vegemite etc

    Lol I'm having a mind blank but i'm sure you get the idea

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    Akubra hat, maybe with corks hanging from it hehe
    A Australian shirt

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    Csramello koalas

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    We had family visit from overseas one year - I gave them some Australian wine and some lemon myrtle creams and soaps. I despise those tacky Australian souvenirs.

    You could also give some macadamias (choc covered or just salted).

    Think of some things that are native to Australia and go from there

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