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Gents, after a small gift (say under $100) for a ladyfriend, struggling for something that isn't token like perfume..
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Gents, after a small gift (say under $100) for a ladyfriend, struggling for something that isn't token like perfume..

peter alexander PJs ($60-80)

 

amazon kindle (dick smith is $99) + preload a copy of 50 shades of grey (lol)

 

a high-tea voucher at Gunner's Barracks/QVB etc

post #23283 of 56332
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Gents, after a small gift (say under $100) for a ladyfriend, struggling for something that isn't token like perfume..

Peter Alexander PJ's like Romp said if you want to tap dat ass.
post #23284 of 56332
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Gents, after a small gift (say under $100) for a ladyfriend, struggling for something that isn't token like perfume..

A donation on her behalf to The Human Fund.
Edited by Prince of Paisley - 12/17/12 at 9:28pm
post #23285 of 56332
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Gents, after a small gift (say under $100) for a ladyfriend, struggling for something that isn't token like perfume..

Voucher for 60 minutes of [insert your name] love.  Ala Joey of Friends. 

post #23286 of 56332
Buy lingerie for everyone except family. For the right people, it has the right outcome, and for the wrong people, you never have to buy them a gift ever again.

I hope it's the right person.
post #23287 of 56332
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Gents, after a small gift (say under $100) for a ladyfriend, struggling for something that isn't token like perfume..

Chanel No5 never token in my experience.
post #23288 of 56332
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Originally Posted by WhiteTigerElite View Post

Gents, after a small gift (say under $100) for a ladyfriend, struggling for something that isn't token like perfume..

I often buy gifts here...

http://www.antiqueprintroom.com/?sessid=768d3500dbb3603f196ee90c944a1e4a

There are probably similar galleries in other cities. Even if antique prints aren't exactly that peron's thing, there is such a good range that you can normally find something that the person will relate to. Eg, they have lots of views of Sydney and its suburbs from its first 150 years - so, if she is from, say, Manly, there will be a print of Manly at the turn of the century and often it will be hand coloured with water-colours.
post #23289 of 56332
^ Art is always too subjective in my view to make a good gift ( if its for anyone beside the wife) what floats my boat may sink another.

Any one in Sydney been to any upscale art events of late? Going to Anish Kapoor at the MCA tomorrow night and in previous year just would have worn all black now not sure what to wear.

Any suggestions?
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Voucher for 60 minutes of [insert your name] love.  Ala Joey of Friends. 
Better give them a gift voucher for a hotel suit/room all pre booked for one night stay !
For $100 it will probably be F1 hotel room…!!!
lol
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Any one in Sydney been to any upscale art events of late? Going to Anish Kapoor at the MCA tomorrow night and in previous year just would have worn all black now not sure what to wear.
Any suggestions?

Pocket square, no socks, shave half your head.

Arty.
post #23292 of 56332
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Pocket square, no socks, shave half your head.
Arty.

too retro smacks of 1980
post #23293 of 56332
So how long is everyone getting off for Xmas? Anyone off anywhere interesting? Seems like a lot of places have mandated 2 weeks leave for all employees due to the economy (*cough* EY).
post #23294 of 56332
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So how long is everyone getting off for Xmas? Anyone off anywhere interesting? Seems like a lot of places have mandated 2 weeks leave for all employees due to the economy (*cough* EY).

 

3 weeks off, only because i'm starting a new job in the new year. eggcitement! was looking forward to going away but too many things to do, including a bucks.

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Hey guys, assuming you wear a suit 5 days a week, how many suits should you aim to have in order to rotate them so they last?

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