adies, I’m a man. Not a butch man, granted. But a man nonetheless. I enjoy typical boy things, like watching football and cricket. I like leaving Borgia soldiers breathing their last breath in Assassin’s Creed. And I also enjoy drinking beer and wine. So if you’ve come in search of some tips on birthday gifts for him, you’ve come to the right place. Probably. Let me give you a rundown of my credentials. I have a fiancée – a real one, who doesn’t need inflating. I’m able to compromise when it comes to TV. So, for example, in order to facilitate a day of cricket at the weekend, I’ll agree to watch Coronation Street and Location, Location, Location during the week. And I’m also quite happy to help with the chores, with vacuuming and cleaning the bathroom being my areas of expertise. Oh yeah, and I can cook, too. I am, if I do say so myself, a dab hand when it comes to mince-based dishes like chilli and spag’ bol’. Impressive, right?!
So then, what do I recommend when it comes to personalised birthday gifts for him? Well, if you’re buying for a football fan, give some thought to getting him a personalised football book – having bought a couple over Christmas for two family members, I can vouch for how cool they are. Basically, they feature reprints of original newspaper reports written about their team’s exploits. They generally go back to the early part of the 20th century and finish up at the end of last season. And if he doesn’t support one of the so-called big boys, don’tทางเข้าufabet worry – there are actually 60-odd teams available, from the Premier League and Scotland, to the Championship, Leagues One, Two, and even the Blue Square Premier. You’ll also find football diaries that follow the same theme.
Failing that, and if your mister fancies himself as some sort of sophisticate, why not treat him to a personalised bottle of wine, whisky, vodka, cognac, port or Champagne. The label on each of these can be personalised with a name and message, while the bottle itself can be packaged up in a nice, satiny box. It’s actually properly swish, especially if you also include an original newspaper from a date of your choosing. I’d be pretty darned chuffed to get one, that’s for sure – especially the single malt whisky.
Changing the subject slightly, but sticking with an air of sophistication, a driving experience day means he can play 007 for an hour or so – while tearing round a track in an Aston Martin. There’s also the option of Porsches, Ferraris and Lamborghinis, among others. And as you’d expect, plenty of other birthday gifts for him are available online. In fact, you’ll find something to suit most budgets, whether you go for a personalised calendar, an acrobatic flying experience or something in between.