Men are simple creatures. We’re easily satisfied, we don’t ask for much, and we take less than 15 minutes to get ready for a night out on the town. So if you’re a new wife or girlfriend this Christmas season, you may be finding it difficult to shop for the man in your life who says he has everything and wants nothing.
Fear not! We at The Federalist are here to help make your Christmas shopping easier and bring those stress levels to a minimum. With this list of snazzy ideas, you’ll be fully equipped to find the perfect gift for your boo this holiday season.
1. Sandwich-Making Coupons
Ladies, I know what you’re thinking: “How can you be so sexist?!”
But hear me out. Every man loves a good sandwich, and women are great at making them. So what better gift to give your husband than a series of homemade sandwich-making coupons he can cash in throughout the year?
For every coupon, you prepare him a sandwich of his choice, along with any sides and drinks he may request. It’s an easy and creative gift idea that every man will enjoy. Plus, it makes a great present if you’re looking to cut back on Christmas spending this year.
2. High-Quality Alcohol
Sometimes the best way to say “I love you” is to ruin your fella’s liver. Whether it’s whiskey (Crown Royal, Angel’s Envy, Willett), vodka (Carbonadi), or something else, there are plenty of high-quality options out there he’d be delighted to find under the Christmas tree.
Whatever you buy, just make sure it isn’t from Anheuser-Busch or Jack Daniel’s. We’re trying to make the Yuletide gay, but not that gay.
3. Sports Memorabilia
This is probably the easiest gift idea because all you have to do is peruse his closet and mancave to see what items and apparel he already has and then buy whatever’s not there. You could purchase the most meaningless piece of sports-themed decor, and it will satisfy the average male fan.
Consider buying items through online marketplaces. I regularly buy “new” and “like new” NFL jerseys from verified sellers on sites like Mercari. Not only are they cheaper, but doing so is a nice way to avoid giving your money to sports leagues that promote leftist causes.
4. Gun Ammo
If your guy likes to go target shooting, then ammo may be the perfect gift to buy this holiday season. Websites such as AmmoSeek.com can help you locate the cheapest and best quality ammo for his shooting needs. And if you’re unsure of what caliber to buy, enlist one of your fella’s bros to help you identify which kind is compatible with his firearm(s).
5. Skydiving Experience
I went skydiving this past summer with my 83-year-old grandfather, and it was AMAZING. I felt like Tom Cruise in the “Mission Impossible” movies.
Best of all, this is an activity you and your man can do together. After all, couples that plummet to the Earth at 200 mph together, stay together.
6. Gift Cards to His Favorite Home Improvement or Outdoors Stores
As men, we love to break things. We also love to build things. So why not give us the financial resources needed to do both?
From Tractor Supply to Lowes to Home Depot, there are a bevy of home improvement stores that offer a wide variety of tools and materials men require to build and break. And if your guy likes to hunt or fish, feel free to throw in some gift certificates from Bass Pro Shops or Cabela’s while you’re at it.
Shawn Fleetwood is a staff writer for The Federalist and a graduate of the University of Mary Washington. He previously served as a state content writer for Convention of States Action and his work has been featured in numerous outlets, including RealClearPolitics, RealClearHealth, and Conservative Review. Follow him on Twitter @ShawnFleetwood
Originally Posted on: https://thefederalist.com/2023/12/01/6-christmas-gift-ideas-for-the-man-in-your-life-who-wants-nothing/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=6-christmas-gift-ideas-for-the-man-in-your-life-who-wants-nothing
[By: Shawn Fleetwood