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    I need help on my very last Xmas present. I have to buy for a married couple aged 50. She is pretty easy to buy for but a combination present is really hard. Any ideas? I was thinking of something from Bunnings. He is a motor head and she is a domestic goddess!! Lol! They both love a drink. Limit is between $30-$50.
    I was thinking a lemon tree or something. I have NO idea! Any ideas would be great!
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    if they are into bbq'ing, I'd get them a bbq cook book or utinsels?

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    A nice bottle of grog? With 2 x fancy glasses?

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    I second a nice bottle of alcohol if they drink the same types of drinks. Maybe even a cocktail book with the ingredients for one of the cocktails nicely packed in a box/bowl wrapped in cellophane..

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    His and hers bathrobes and towels?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Out To Pasture View Post
    His and hers bathrobes and towels?
    Ooh! I like this idea too!

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    Default Present for married couple.

    I'd get a lemon or lime tree, and a six pack of coronas.
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    Moonlight/sunset movie tickets and the makings of a picnic hamper (crackers etc).

    Buy I LOVE the idea of a citrus tree.

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