Great gift ideas for any man.

Everyone has a man in their life who deserves a treat from time to time. Whether it’s a husband, father, brother, or just a friend, men are notoriously picky when it comes to shopping. They’ll shrug when you ask them what they’d like or tell you, and then buy it themselves two weeks before their birthday. It doesn’t matter if you’re a man or a woman, if you’re shopping for a man, you might have a hard time coming up with something fun.

Everyone has experienced that painful moment of realization: It’s Father’s Day, or Christmas Day, or their birthday soon, and you have no idea what to buy them. Rather than resort to ‘hilarious’ socks (none of these socks are funny, by the way) or ‘novelty stationery’ (see: giant escape buttons or pens with naked women on them), here are some ideas for something to it will really make them smile.

Food is a pretty safe bet for most guys and everyone loves llamas, so if you’re having trouble thinking of what to get him, a BBQ set could make his day (you can also get a cocktail set to brighten his day). day) . Just leave the ‘sexy chef’ apron at the door: we’re talking taste, not tack. Instead, pick him up a fancy toolkit, some interesting marinades, and a place for him to put down a cold beer if he feels like it. (Grilling meat is thirsty work!)

If you want to make it extra special you can get him some wood chips to smoke his own fish or meat with – Smokinlicious has a great range of starter kits starting at $77.44 which include the chips, some marinades and smoking powder – perfect if he likes to experiment or just like setting things on fire. If you trust his abilities (or don’t value your eyebrows), maybe get him a fire pit to fight? Just try to hide your disappointment if your steak comes back more charred than grilled; sometimes those things are hard to control.

If your man is a big fan of meat, how about signing him up for a ‘Bacon of the Month’ club? Zingerman’s offers a bundle available online ($99 for three months or $185 for six) that will have 12 to 16 ounces of artisan bacon, bacon stories, stories, and recipes flying your way each month. If bacon isn’t your thing, they also offer cheese, bread, coffee, or brownie clubs. Tasty.

If she loves food but would rather eat than cook, consider buying her a coupon for a dining experience at her favorite restaurant. If they don’t offer anything like that, call ahead and see if you can find something fun that you can pay for in advance to make your night seem extra special. Print out some invitations and ask your friends and family to join you to make it a night to remember. If you want to earn extra bonus points, wrap up an aspirin, an eye mask, and a packet of coffee for the next day; he will probably thank you.

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