There are more bottles in my house than bottles of alcohol. I have big bottles and small bottles. Bottles with my initials engraved on them. Plastic bottle. Wood bottles. Shiny bottles. A bottle with an embossed wolf. My home is teeming with bottles because part of my responsibilities as a magazine editor is of course the liquor industry, but it's also the present for men who wear them I do not know very well. ("He's a man, is not he, bring him a bottle!") And I tell you, my life is full of people who do not know me very well.
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Also, if you do not wear a huge sack suit (which you are not), the bottle will create an unsightly bulge on your chest. Or, worse, you're carrying it in your thigh pocket, and then you have a thigh camber, and that's fine, I'll let our fashion editors do it.
The piston requires far too much consideration. It also requires a funnel. And it requires a cynicism over the coming hours. But the bottle is just a symptom of a much bigger problem: it's really hard for men to buy gifts. We are. That's because we do not usually help.
Let me help you. These are all better gift options for men than a bottle:
• A really nice water bottle
• Something that appeals to a very specific interest that you're sure he really has. Does he have weightlifting? Gloves whistles knife. Stamps? Tweezers. Tweezers? Stamps.
• Everything on this list (except the bottle)
• Everything related to shaving
I have never received a shaving gift that I did not love. Does it seem a bit generic? Yes, but for the non-bearded man, shaving is all suffering and necessity. Anything that does this job and makes it better or easier is welcome.
But really, men want the gift everyone wants: One that says, "I thought of you for 30 seconds and then spent a few seconds thinking about your desires and excitement and then spent about three For a second, I thought about how much money I wanted to spend on you, ranging from $ 25 to $ 40, and spent about ten seconds on Amazon Prime Primeing.
Here are the better gifts.