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|27 Nov|4 mins

For Dad: Gifts To Get The Guy Who “Doesn’t Want Anything”

Number one: socks.
Elle Glass
27 Nov
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He might be the man who risked life and limb to teach you how to drive, who paid your parking fines, and whose car you borrowed and returned in an entirely different condition.

Or maybe he’s the man who made sure you didn’t flunk maths in spite of your best efforts and who ignored the tantrums it took to uncover just how algebra works.

Or maybe he’s simply the one in your life who you will always look up to.

Whoever it is you call Dad in your life, chances are they’re the person who “doesn’t want anything” for Christmas. So, what can you get someone who wants nothing?

For a start: something. Something to say thank you for who they are and what they mean to you and all they have done for you.

More specifically, here are some options for you: We’ve got you if you’re looking for t-shirts and polos, or for something for the tech-heads among the dad ranks. Perhaps a wallet to replace the one he’s been using since 1992. Or the safe, but incredibly necessary, gift of socks and undies or a new bag. Or, something a little more upmarket (in penance for said parking fines).

Here’s our pick of what to get him for under a cool $50…

Advice
|27 Nov|4 mins

For Dad: Gifts To Get The Guy Who “Doesn’t Want Anything”

Number one: socks.
Elle Glass
27 Nov
Share:

He might be the man who risked life and limb to teach you how to drive, who paid your parking fines, and whose car you borrowed and returned in an entirely different condition.

Or maybe he’s the man who made sure you didn’t flunk maths in spite of your best efforts and who ignored the tantrums it took to uncover just how algebra works.

Or maybe he’s simply the one in your life who you will always look up to.

Whoever it is you call Dad in your life, chances are they’re the person who “doesn’t want anything” for Christmas. So, what can you get someone who wants nothing?

For a start: something. Something to say thank you for who they are and what they mean to you and all they have done for you.

More specifically, here are some options for you: We’ve got you if you’re looking for t-shirts and polos, or for something for the tech-heads among the dad ranks. Perhaps a wallet to replace the one he’s been using since 1992. Or the safe, but incredibly necessary, gift of socks and undies or a new bag. Or, something a little more upmarket (in penance for said parking fines).

Here’s our pick of what to get him for under a cool $50…

Elle Glass
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