Put-Downs & Zingers Book
Hardback Compendium of Insults for All
Fill your arsenal with sharp insults and zingers so you're never left with nothing to say. In this 112-page hardback book, you'll discover more than 450 incredible put-downs.
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Funny or serious gifts when shopping for your Father in-law?
We always really want to impress the in-laws. It’s one of those relationships that we are constantly second guessing, especially in the beginning. Whether you’re the type who loves to buy novelty gifts for men, or believe serious or practical presents are the way to go, it all depends on the type of guy your father in-law is, and how well you have got to know him.
Novelty gifts for men – adding zingers to your in-law relationship
Novelty gifts for men can be seriously hilarious. For the Father in-law, it could be your way to break down those walls you’ve been desperately trying to penetrate, or it could go the opposite way and he not see the funny side – adding more bricks to that stack. This is the time when you need to carefully decide whether he’s the type of guy that will love novelty gifts for men, where you can forever laugh together at the insults from that Put-Downs and Zingers Book you got him, or he will let it sit and collect dust on the bookshelf while you have polite conversations until the end of time. But novelty gifts for men aren’t only put-downs and zingers, you could delight him with a novelty bottle opener, or a mug with a funny anecdote. If you are the type of person that wants to put a little bit of yourself into your gift-giving, then novelty gifts for men is the way, but choose something silly and fun that can be put to good use, or shows you know more about him than he thinks – like a novelty egg warmer for his boiled breakfast needs, or even a sky diving voucher.
The serious gift – playing it safe with your Father in-law pressie
If he’s definitely not the type to like novelty gifts for men, or you just aren’t quite sure if he would see the hilarity of that book about surviving the mid-life crisis he is obviously having, switching that book to something more serious is definitely the safe way to go. Think about your conversations with him in the past – does he seem like the no-fuss type that would appreciate something practical to add to his collection of possessions? Something for the home that makes his life easier is always a sure thing. If he loves entertaining, you could upgrade that cheese plate set you noticed is getting on, or even get a hamper of his favourite food and drink that he can share with friends and family. Serious certainly doesn’t have to mean boring, it just might not slot into that novelty gifts for men realm that you love to explore when searching for presents!