What would make good stocking stuffers for a 22 year old guy?

I’m having problems finding stocking stuffers for my 22 year old boyfriend. He’s pretty intent on getting one, but I don’t know what to put in it. I bought a gift certificate for HMV and some chocolate…
But other than that, I’m lost…

Ideas?

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13 Responses to “What would make good stocking stuffers for a 22 year old guy?”

  • Birdlegs:

    maybe a couple of CD’s or DVD’s or a couple of pairs of cute boxers if he wears boxers.
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  • taalliho:

    Those cool dog-tags you can custom make at the mall. You can put your photos in it or engrave them. Pretty tight.
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  • sochill:

    couple of naughty toys to use when you guys have ‘quality time’ together=)
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  • lildago:

    Personal hygiene stuff. Guys hate to buy theses things. Gift certificate for fast food …cause they are always on the go. Cd’s and chocolate
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  • proudpreemieparents:

    CD’s, DVD’s, gloves, hat, mints, gum, lottery tickets, gift card for gas, some of those tree air freshener thingys for the rear view mirror, a keychain, a picture of the two of you together in a neat frame…maybe wallet sized so it will fit into the stocking.
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  • applebeer:

    condoms, cash, pictures, his favorite drink, and an orange, we always got an orange though I dont really know why except it takes up space.
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  • cj g:

    good razor, cd’s, mp3 player, lotto scratch game, wallet, keychain, watch, boxers, dvd’s, knife, gift card!!!
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  • chilicooker_mkb:

    Forget about him for a few days and find some stuffers for your mom and dad. If he’s approaching manhood he”ll be willing to help you please your wishes. If he’s not…..give him a remote controlled race car. That will occupy his time for awhile. When he grows up maybe he won’t expect so much from you.
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  • mrsjawz2:

    i would give him a bottle of cologne that he loves. gift card to his favorite cd or sporting goods store. personal coupons that he can give you.example: this coupon is good for one (kiss for example). use your imagination!
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  • brittany r:

    those little sample bottles of AXE spray/soap
    condoms ;)
    gift cards
    mini tool set
    fancy pens
    mini notebook or journal or bible
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  • maritimegypsy:

    travel tooth brush/paste to keep in the car…. incase he stays at your place.. my family does practicle things like that… make a coupon booklet of things you can do like dinner and a move your treat, or home made cookies on demand…. back rub… whatever floats your boat :)

    and it doesn’t have to be a large stocking… babies have tiny feet so there has to be tiny stockings out there too :)
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  • IrlandeseItaliana:

    Take a look at http://www.heifer.org/ …It’s an organization that helps impoverished countries by supplying them with "seed" animals, seeds for planting, etc…to start farming, with the agreement that they will share the wealth with their neighbors by giving them the first offspring of their animals, which means that one small gift can help an entire community or village. You can "buy" a flock of chicks for $20, and there are many gifts on the website from $10 up to the thousands. This is a very unique and meaningful gift, especially for someone who is interested in the environment and ending hunger and poverty. A family member received one of these gifts a few years back, and was awed by it–it started a chain reaction within the family of donating to this organization in the form of a gift to someone else, and every recipient has been awed by the gift! Good Luck & Merry Christmas!
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