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u/JimWibble · 1 pointr/Gifts

He sounds like a younger version of myself! Technical and adventurous in equal measure. My girlfriend and I tend to organise surprise activities or adventures we can do together as gifts which I love - it doesn't have to be in any way extravegant but having someone put time and thought into something like that it amazing.

You could get something to do with nature and organise a trip or local walk that would suit his natural photography hobby. I love to learn about new things and how stuff works so if he's anything like me, something informative that fits his photography style like a guide to local wildflowers or bug guide. I don't know much about parkour but I do rock climb and a beginners bouldering or climbing session might also be fun and something you can do together.

For a more traditional gift Randall Munroe from the web comic XKCD has a couple of cool books that might be of interest - Thing Explainer and What If. Also the book CODE is a pretty good book for an inquisitive programmer and it isn't tied to any particular language, skillset or programming level.

u/mrsbeeps · 1 pointr/Gifts

My minecraft kid really loves the shirts that feature his youtube heroes, in fact i'm getting him a pat and jen shirt this year, but he also loves the dantdm one from walmart. As Ejalamung suggested, sunglasses are huge and a watch is great. Those are two really good ones.

Nerf shooters go over really big, as well as the toy archery kits.

Have you looked at anything like snap circuits?

My kids also really loved this, moon in my roomécor-Night-Light/dp/B000EUHKUE/ref=sr_1_1?s=toys-and-games&ie=UTF8&qid=1478653304&sr=1-1&keywords=moon+in+my+room+uncle+milton

Hope you have a wonderful christmas!

u/melrose827 · 1 pointr/Gifts

Thanks for the info! Gifts can be so challenging. I'm sure she'll appreciate whatever you get her and that you went through the trouble of trying to find a thoughtful gift!


One of these literary mugs would go great if you decide to do a coffee-themed gift!


Tickets to a concert of a band she likes?


Since she's studying psychology, she might get a kick of out this phrenology head bust. Especially if her end goal is to be a therapist or psychologist, she could ultimately put it in her office.


Since she likes learning about influential people throughout history, if she's a fan of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, this book is super popular.


Being in college, a portable charger would come in handy if she doesn't already have one! A nice bag 1, 2 would last a long time, so she could even use it at the start of her career. Or an Instant Pot for a quicker way for her to cook her meals. I wish Instant Pot would have been around when I was in college!


Some other ideas:

If she lives in a dorm or apartment, she may like decorating with a wall tapestry (1, 2, 3, 4)

Ring with the coordinates of her school or hometown

Female empowerment necklace


u/Throwaway3124567 · 3 pointsr/Gifts

Don't know your budget and I don't know if he's into jewelry (necklaces, watches, earrings, etc.), but here are a couple of ideas centered around space/astronomy.

6$ (shipping not included)- Night Sky Playing cards. They are playing cards but designed with different constellations on the front of the cards.

17.90$ (shipping and design choices not included)- Tiny Moon Necklace. Hard to describe but it looks really cool.

145$ (shipping not included)- A constellation styled watch.

11.80$ (shipping not included)- A book titled "What's It Like In Space?". It's a bunch of stories from Astronauts that have actually been in space.

You could also go here and look at a list of space themed gifts. A couple of my gift ideas came from this site and stuff

Hope this helps.

Have a lovely day/night!

u/EpicGifts · 2 pointsr/Gifts

oh really? Do you guy cook together often?

haha nothing wrong with some fried food every now and then! Fish and Chips is my favorite personally.

If you go a food route, check out this list of 28 gifts for foodies. I think #1, #6, and #18 could all be quite good options as general food-related gifts.

As far as cookbooks go, Thug Kitchen is really popular and great for fun healthy recipes

u/_LostGirl_ · 1 pointr/Gifts

Just some fun ideas. Not sure what type of stuff she is into. Maybe you could tell us a little more about her.

Modern Calligraphy: A Beginner's Guide to Pointed Pen and Brush Pen Lettering

Crazy Rich Asians (Crazy Rich Asians Trilogy)

This place is super fun and you both could go. I have done this several times with friends and even my husband enjoyed it.

u/huskergirl-86 · 2 pointsr/Gifts

50$ isn't too bad of a budget! There have been times when I was extremely financially strapped that I had 50$ to spend on ALL of my christmas gifts together (talking parents, sibling, bf, in-laws, aunts, uncle, bff) - and everyone liked what they got. Just don't worry about the price tag, go for the value! :)

One thing that popped to my mind when you mentioned that he's into eating and drinking (ice cold water in 100°+), is a beer brewing kit.
Here's one with great reviews for $29. And [here's another one for $50.] (
I'd take the cheaper one, given the reviews. It will make for a great memory (aka value) and you could add something smaller with it (e.g. voucher groceries for a BBQ/Burger/Steak night, to be used once the beer is ready).

If you think he's not going to like that, let me know, and I'll try to think of something else! :)

u/adhdamie · 2 pointsr/Gifts

-Brie Baker with all the ingredients to get started (Brie cheese, fruit, nuts, honey)

-Butter Bell with a loaf of locally made bread

-Mariposa Napkin Box with Weights and Cocktail Napkins

-Cocktail Shaker Set with Bitters, Stirrers, and a nice bottle of liquor

-Cool coffee table book (esp. if it matches a gift set mentioned above (The Art of Mixology or Magnolia Table) or it's hostess-themed, such as Kate Spade's All In Good Taste or Emily Post's Manners for Today)

-Guest Book for house/bathroom/guest room (and this is always fun because you can be the first one to sign it and everyone at the housewarming party can sign it/write a message). Look around Etsy for these...I'm not crazy about the ones on Amazon.

Hope this helps! Happy housewarming to your friend!

u/meanttolive · 1 pointr/Gifts

Mom: gift card to Michael's or a nearby crafts store, or maybe some beads and string for her to create some jewelry?

Pops: remote controlled helicopter

Sister: Apples to Apples, Cards Against Humanity, Shot Glass Roulette Drinking Game or some similar entertainment piece.

BIL: Microbrew kit? Check out for really obscure stuff.

Friend's daughter: Doodle track car, Moon in my Room or Inanimate Stickers. Little kids typically like stickers, drawing and toys so anything that's easy cleanup for parents would likely be a real winner.

u/catlessplantlady · 1 pointr/Gifts

How about:

u/wyshter · 2 pointsr/Gifts

Since he is into gaming, consider a VR headset like this one>

If you want something more elaborate, you could organize a history-themed treasure hunt in your locality/ city with a small prize for every puzzle he solves. Or a minecraft themed hunt>

u/HolographicMemory · 2 pointsr/Gifts

Hiking socks, you can never have enough cozy socks. For a gag gift, you can get her a Go Girl. There is loads of books on hiking experiences. Here is one my mom seemed to like. Maybe books about going off the grid? Hope i was able to help.

u/PM_YOUR_KNEES · 3 pointsr/Gifts

I'm a top level gift giver and this is what I bought all my boyfriends.

u/jamminj2 · 1 pointr/Gifts

Super comfy blanket:

Bird feeder:

Electric Blanket:

Hammock with straps, 2 person:

Reusable zip lock bags, no mismatching lids!!:

u/IceCreamUForce · 1 pointr/Gifts

This is an extremely well rated vegan cookbook that I came across while browsing cookbooks for my SIL. It was so highly rated I considered picking it up, even though absolutely none of us are vegan. NSFW language within the book.

u/appropriate-username · 1 pointr/Gifts

Well you can start now by removing all the referral stuff (ref= is unnecessary and so is everything after ) from your links.

u/buggy65 · 1 pointr/Gifts

This book written by the guy from XKCD

u/thepeopleshero · 1 pointr/Gifts

How about something a little more.. In budget?

u/CrumbsRuru · 2 pointsr/Gifts

Ah! My 9 year old niece loves reading but she also likes writing her own stories. What about a nice notepad and pen set. Or there are lots of activity books which a bit more grown up for kids. I know you said you didn't really want to get him a book. But these are a little different.


Q&A a Day Kids: Link

Failing that there is a range of Science Experiments which appear to be based on the Horrible Henry books: Link