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ChimpMaster
25th September 2007, 10:03
OK guys & gals ... seriously what would be a good idea for the wife's 30th. Something that doesn't involve flying away! Gift ideas?

Churchill
25th September 2007, 10:04
OK guys & gals ... seriously what would be a good idea for the wife's 30th. Something that doesn't involve flying away! Gift ideas?

An extra marrital affair. Spice things up a bit.

EternalOptimist
25th September 2007, 10:08
I went out and bought a load of bottles, spirits, mixers, liquers etc. a shaker and a book on how to make cocktails. Then I wrote up a menu and laminated it, sat her down and made her a few. Its the type of thing you can keep going over the years and I think she enjoys the attention and the pampering more than the drinks







:rolleyes:

DBA_bloke
25th September 2007, 10:10
Boob job.

shaunbhoy
25th September 2007, 10:14
OK guys & gals ... seriously what would be a good idea for the wife's 30th. Something that doesn't involve flying away! Gift ideas?


Get her a fitness video. That will make your life interesting for a while!
:tongue

alreadypacked
25th September 2007, 10:20
A spa weekend :happy

cailin maith
25th September 2007, 10:21
A spa weekend :happy

Thats what I was going to say.... :D

WindyAnna
25th September 2007, 10:21
Lotus Elise 111s

(Was going to say Spa weekend)

ChimpMaster
25th September 2007, 10:21
A spa weekend :happy

Got anywhere in mind?

WindyAnna
25th September 2007, 10:22
Depends on whether you want to go with her - or just leave her to it - some are more bloke friendly than others

Malingering BA
25th September 2007, 10:23
A trip with these people (http://www.steamdreams.com/), Premium Dining Class of course. The personal attention is fantastic, the food gourmet quality, and the trip relaxing and romantic. Your wife will reward you fully on your return. Mine did. :smokin

RightLaugh
25th September 2007, 10:23
A spa weekend :happy

You will then get a weekend to yourself. Sky sports here I come.

Muttley08
25th September 2007, 10:25
The trick is to get her something you'll benefit from....

So...

Go somewhere on holiday you wanna go.
Get her cookery / sex / generally how to be better an obedient wife guides.
The spa weekend is good if you want her out your hair to have a weekend with the lads.

HTH:D

PRC1964
25th September 2007, 10:26
A nice pearl necklace.

oracleslave
25th September 2007, 10:26
You will then get a weekend to yourself. Sky sports here I come.

Secretly she wants a 40 inch LCD. Then sky sports here we come....

n5gooner
25th September 2007, 10:29
Got anywhere in mind?

I went here last year in November with the GF

http://www.grayshottspa.com/about/index.html

It was very, very good, and if your into that kind of thing there were several TV 'celeb's' there.

the meals were nice as well.....

all in all, she had a good time, which meant I also have a good time :banana::hug::hug:

alreadypacked
25th September 2007, 10:32
Got anywhere in mind?

They are the market leaders
http://www.champneys.com/
or you could google for something near to home.

Don't listen to the "Sky lot" (TV their only friend) on here, go with her or pay for her best friend to go along. She does not want to sit at dinner by herself on her birthday.

xoggoth
25th September 2007, 10:51
The main thing about a wife's birthday is just not to forget it or you will have to get something more far expensive to make up. I was forced to spend over 20 quid last time I forgot.

Rantor
25th September 2007, 10:57
A nice pearl necklace.

Ah, the simple pleasure of giving....its all about the look on their face when they get that special pressie....

chicane
25th September 2007, 10:58
The main thing about a wife's birthday is just not to forget it or you will have to get something more far expensive to make up. I was forced to spend over 20 quid last time I forgot.

:rollin:

sasguru
25th September 2007, 10:58
A well-endowed young man for the evening.

I would be available at contractor rates.

HTH

ChimpMaster
25th September 2007, 10:58
Ah, the simple pleasure of giving....its all about the look on their face when they get that special pressie....

Yeah it must beat that pearl bracelet you give yourself every night!!! :laugh

TheFaQQer
25th September 2007, 11:03
Every girl loves a PS3 or Xbox 360.

You could just ask her - you may get more sensible suggestions than on here.

I've got the same coming next year, so have already asked what she wants. We went to Hawaii for mine, so might have to do something similar, but now there are two children to find a home for while we holiday...

Rantor
25th September 2007, 11:03
Yeah it must beat that pearl bracelet you give yourself every night!!! :laugh


Sorry, you've lost me there - I don't like jewellery that much and certainly wouldn't be splurging out every day:confused:

WindyAnna
25th September 2007, 11:03
A well-endowed young man for the evening.

I would be available at contractor rates.

HTH

It's not what you've got - it's how you shake it about

Money Money Money
25th September 2007, 11:30
OK guys & gals ... seriously what would be a good idea for the wife's 30th. Something that doesn't involve flying away! Gift ideas?

Try this
LINK (http://www.cleanerspares.com/)

alreadypacked
25th September 2007, 11:34
Try this
LINK (http://www.cleanerspares.com/)

You're either single or soon will be :laugh

Muttley08
25th September 2007, 11:35
Try this
LINK (http://www.cleanerspares.com/)

Bored housewives??? Do some bloody housework then :D

Zippy
25th September 2007, 11:40
OK guys & gals ... seriously what would be a good idea for the wife's 30th. Something that doesn't involve flying away! Gift ideas?
If you are anywhere near London how about lunch/dinner in Paris? Travel on Eurostar takes about 2.5 hours each way.

shaunbhoy
25th September 2007, 11:44
A well-endowed young man for the evening.




No sg, the question was not "What did YOU get for your 30th birthday present"!

:eek

ChimpMaster
25th September 2007, 13:13
Where would be a good place to get a 1 carat diamond ring - under £5k?

Muttley08
25th September 2007, 13:14
Where would be a good place to get a 1 carat diamond ring - under £5k?

Cash converters....

or the Jewellery Quarter in Birmingham?

TheFaQQer
25th September 2007, 13:34
Where would be a good place to get a 1 carat diamond ring - under £5k?

The Unclaimed Baggage Center (http://www.unclaimedbaggage.com/) in Alabama

DBA_bloke
25th September 2007, 13:43
Where would be a good place to get a 1 carat diamond ring - under £5k?

Any pawn shop.

Andy2
25th September 2007, 13:49
Where would be a good place to get a 1 carat diamond ring - under £5k?

A trip to Antwerp

daviejones
25th September 2007, 14:03
I am trying to repress the urge to say that I would sort her ring out for under 1K...ok, it's gone now!!

oracleslave
25th September 2007, 14:05
I am trying to repress the urge to say that I would sort her ring out for under 1K...ok, it's gone now!!

:laugh:rollin::laugh

moorfield
25th September 2007, 16:13
OK guys & gals ... seriously what would be a good idea for the wife's 30th. Something that doesn't involve flying away! Gift ideas?

Have a look at the "personal care" section on amazon :wink