Discussion in 'Disney Cruise Line Forum' started by UrlGirl54, Mar 20, 2013.
Teen boys? Ideas?
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I was struggling with this group as well. I ended up purchasing zipper pulls with a Pirate Mickey logo, individual sunblock, Pirates of the Caribbean tattoos, and candy.
Great ideas. Someone else suggested disposable cameras.
We've done collapsible/refillable water bottles, and water guns for using at CC...
I have a teen boy (15) and candy/gum is always a good idea. Water guns too. Maybe small flash lights, deck of cards, lip balm w/ sunblock?
I leave in two days and two 12yo boys and a 14y0 are on my list and I was lost too!! Thanks for the hints!!! My ten and under gifts are too juvenile.
DS14 likes bookmarks, key chains, magnets and picture frames,
I went the candy route...that way if they see any movie on board or want a snack for the shows...they have something and don't have to buy any. I found out that the nerds were a big hit.
This is great!
My son got some comic books. I thought this was a creative gift for the age group!
Very much so!
I volunteer in concessions for high school football games and other big sellers are Air Heads, Skittles and those sour straws (long chewy sour candy that is sugar coated).
By suggestion, and I received positive responses after the cruise, I gave the teen boys: sports themed cup, plastic spoon, and a pack of oreos to go make a "blizzard" with the soft serve ice cream.
Candy paired with a Disney or sports themed small notepad to record Facebook/Twitter or whatever names to connect with new friends after the cruise. It can be just those pocket-sized spiral bound Mead notebooks and a pen.
Apparently (please correct me if I'm wrong) smarties in Canada (little chocolate circles with a candy coating - similar to m&m's) are not available in the states. The us version of smarties is what we call rockets (little candy circles that you can crunch or let "melt" in your mouth).
If that's the case I'm going to include mini boxes of smarties in all my gifts
Really I had no idea hmm, smarties are yum glad to know maybe we'll do the same
That is correct
We have Smarties here in the UK too!!!
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