Last Updated on 2021-01-19 by Audie Casiguran
Gifts for Guys
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The funniest stuff on television, Chappelle’s show is a unique combination of skits that put Saturday Night Live to shame.
From the blind KKK leader who didn’t realize he was Afro-American to the sex scandals between the masters and padwans on Star Wars [hint, there’s a reason Darth Vader went to the Dark Side!] Expect to pay $50 or so and grab season 1 while you’re at it.
These snow shoes are ultra light, with heal stomp pads to keep you from slipping and a tailored shape that makes for easy, quick movements.
Expect to pay between $65 and $90 depending upon the size.
Located on the ancient Appian rode where Spartacus met his end, the Gladiator School offers a variety of lessons in the theory and actual combat techniques of the Gladiators.
You will actually cross swords with others. Courses range from on day to four months.
4. Michael Palin’s Himalayas DVD ? If you’ve never seen a Michael Palin travel movie, you are truly missing out. He began doing them in the 1990s for the BBC, but stopped for a long time.
Now the former Monty Python member has come out with Himalayas, a DVD collection in which he travels from one end of the Himalayas to the other.
A must have for anyone interested in the world. The DVD collection will set you back $40 online and leave you laughing in tears.
5. Nomad Writing Journals ? If you’re buying for a person that loves the outdoors or to travel, Nomad Writing Journals make great gifts.
These journals are tailored to activities such as travel, fly fishing, bird watching, backpacking, camping, rock climbing and so on.
They come with or without a case and provide writing space as well as cues for writing down important information.
A great keepsake to preserve their travel and outdoor experiences. The journals cost as low as $9 without waterproof case and $25 with case.
See, there are plenty of gifts for guys out there. This list should give you a good place to start.
Give him lessons at the Gladiator School in Italy, and he’ll weep for joy like a small child.