It seems that there is not a sin­gle per­son who has not asked this ques­tion. Soon­er or lat­er, there comes a moment when it becomes extreme­ly dif­fi­cult to come up with a gift. And to give a cer­tifi­cate to a store or mon­ey is no longer inter­est­ing. I want the gift, even if it is sym­bol­ic, to bring unfor­get­table emo­tions to the recip­i­ent. And it does­n’t mat­ter if it’s a birth­day present, or New Year’s, or Valen­tine’s Day. Or maybe this present will gen­er­al­ly be in hon­or of the anniver­sary of your friend­ship.

Regard­less of the occa­sion, have com­piled a list of gifts that will def­i­nite­ly please any recip­i­ent.

1) Useful stationery

Whether it’s a note­book, a foun­tain pen, orig­i­nal stick­ers, a mechan­i­cal sharp­en­er. If a per­son works in an office, such “con­sum­ables” are def­i­nite­ly always rel­e­vant to him. And if they are unusu­al — the mem­o­ry of such a gift will be even after using the gift.

2) Gift-impression

A lot of com­pa­nies pro­vide a wide range of var­i­ous enter­tain­ments: wind tun­nel flight, unusu­al pho­to shoots, hand­made author’s lessons, wine and cheese tast­ing, etc.

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3) Photobooks

In the age of elec­tron­ic tech­nol­o­gy, unfor­tu­nate­ly, many have for­got­ten about real print­ed pho­tographs. But in vain! Remem­ber that incred­i­ble feel­ing when you leaf through old albums and are trans­port­ed to the moments in the pho­to. In a pho­to book, you can immor­tal­ize the spe­cial events of the birth­day per­son, mem­o­ries of them will remain on paper for many years.

4) The subject of daily use of non-standard shape / configuration

For exam­ple, espres­so lovers — a cup with a tri­an­gu­lar bot­tom: it can­not be put on the sur­face while the drink is in it. Yes, this is not required, since the aver­age time for drink­ing espres­so is only 30 sec­onds.
And eter­nal­ly freez­ing peo­ple will clear­ly appre­ci­ate heat­ed slip­pers.
Fans of cook­ing can be safe­ly pleased with kitchen acces­sories in unusu­al vari­a­tions. For exam­ple, a Loch Ness mon­ster lap­pet or a spaghet­ti spoon in the shape of a mon­stera leaf. Start from the hob­bies and char­ac­ter­is­tics of the recip­i­ent of the gift.

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5) Gifts with humor

If your gift is banal enough, give it an unfor­get­table fun pre­sen­ta­tion, and then the recip­i­ent will look at it with com­plete­ly dif­fer­ent eyes.
These can be iron­ic let­ters, mugs with bright quotes, ubagoin tablets, socks with fun­ny inscrip­tions and prints, etc.

6) Elite alcohol

Even if a per­son does not drink alco­hol, such a gift can be left as an antique for many years to come or can be eas­i­ly re-gift­ed to con­nois­seurs.

7) Modern gadget for home

Not every­one is ready to spend their mon­ey on such devices. But believe me, when you sit on the couch, drink cof­fee and watch how the robot vac­u­um clean­er cleans the apart­ment, every­thing else around will no longer mat­ter. Or, hav­ing tried an elec­tric tooth­brush, a per­son will no longer want to return to a reg­u­lar one.

The list, of course, could go on and on. But one thing is impor­tant — even if it seems to you that a per­son has every­thing, it is not so. The main thing is to be cre­ative in choos­ing a gift, not for­get­ting the inter­ests of the recip­i­ent.

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