Are you sick of watching people open your gifts and immediately search for the receipt? Tired of hearing “um ... what is this?” in response to a “creative” present? Worry no more, FM has the solution to your holiday doldrums and foolproof suggestions for every person on your list.
Sweater—$68-$108, Ann Taylor
A great thank you gift for all of the sweet care packages grandma has been sending you. What better way to say “I love you” than with dry-clean-only cashmere?
An empty cardboard box with a pre-addressed label for your dorm—$5, FedEx
It’s hard to get all that packaging together. You’re saving grandma time and money.
Video Game—$40, Best Buy
Don’t worry if you don’t know anything about video games. Simply pick out whichever game has the most guns and/or footballs on the cover.
Unconventional: Educational video (Think “Schoolhouse Rock”)—$30, also Best Buy
Preferably one that relates to a class that you’re taking. He gets to watch a movie and help you with your work. It’s a win-win.