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First off, my Dad has NO hobbies. He sits down watches TV (likes Bones, Operation Repo, Glee, etc...), drives my grandmother around to rehab, and goes to work. This is ALL he does. He doesn't play golf, watch games, smoke, drink, party, or anything like that. I asked him what he wanted for Christmas and he said he has no idea. I've made suggestions like a watch, a wallet, a massage, a restaurant certificate, a robe, even cash! He wants NOTHING but I'm the type of person that has to give gifts. Everything I could get him he already has. :( Ideas???
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You should totally get him a watch or a wallet. Just the normal stuff men use. Maybe a t shirt or a full outfit? Check his clothes & see his style to help you. A picture of you & him is great too. Hope this helps(:
DVDs of shows no longer on TV. Also, we live in a rural area & can't always get out when it snows so I made "Blizzard Boxes" for my parents. I try to get things that they like, but won't always spend money on for themselves. Things that are needed whether they're snowed in or not. Stuff to make chili with. Chocolate. You can tailor the box to your own geographical needs.
A bag or a wallet may washington for your Dad
How about a gift basket? You can fill it with, clothes, movies, giftcard, card, ornament, letter about how much you love him, etc Good luck Merry Xmas~!