What do women really want for Christmas?

catwoman

Well-Known Member
Location
North London.
Depends.......definitely not household appliances! :biggrin:
For the woman who has everything? Take her out and let her choose. I presume money is no issue. :biggrin:
 

John Ponting

Veteran
Location
Herts
After being married for 38 years I know what she HAS, it's what she WANTS that still puzzles me.

I showed her a nice bracelet yesterday and she said NO WAY!!! Only £3850 as well.

I don't think I've bought a dud in all those years so hopefully 2007 will be OK as well.
 

Unkraut

Master of the Inane Comment
Location
Germany
wafflycat said:
Shouldn't you have posted that under Clothing and Accessories?
 
Might be a good idea to ask her to do a list of 10 things and then you choose?

The best present the husband has ever bought me (engagement ring excepted etc) was for our wedding anniversary this year - he's booked me a day driving diggers!!! I get to drive a JCB, excavation truck and something else big and yellow. I can't wait!
 
Cathryn said:
The best present the husband has ever bought me (engagement ring excepted etc) was for our wedding anniversary this year - he's booked me a day driving diggers!!! I get to drive a JCB, excavation truck and something else big and yellow. I can't wait!
i'm luke, i'm five and my dad's bruce lee...
 

Arch

Married to Night Train
Location
Salford, UK
Well, I've asked for some money to buy fancy wool and more sizes of knitting needles, a Bagpuss or Clangers DVD, and a Ray Mears book.

I may not be a typical woman.

The answer of course is that it depends on the person. Buy me any of the 'usual' guff (perfume, jewellery) and I'd be pretty disappointed. If it's a loved one, and you can't think what they'd like, or at least have a few options, than you don't love 'em enough.
 

Speicher

Vice Admiral
Moderator
wafflycat said:
No, as he is required without clothing and accessories will not be needed :biggrin::biggrin:
Oh - too late, Wafflycat has reserved Petacci for her own personal consumption. I shall see if Valverde is on there.

BT(much slimmer)B does this help you with your present conundrum?
 

wafflycat

New Member
Speicher said:
Oh - too late, Wafflycat has reserved Petacci for her own personal consumption. I shall see if Valverde is on there.

BT(much slimmer)B does this help you with your present conundrum?
The one who is *much more handsome* in real life than on any photograph I've seen of him is Jens Voight. In real life he's quite delicious. :biggrin:
 
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