We are officially 4 days away from closing out this blogmas series and it’s sad to say that I will miss writing a blog everyday, until next October/December. I’ve been consistent and that goes to show tat I really love what I’m doing. Anyway, let’s save the mushy stuff for another day because today is all about gift ideas for your partner – the Jamaican edition.
What does a Jamaican man loves? Clarks to walk out of a woman’s life or PS5 to ignore and spend less time with her? Whew! Here are five gift ideas that your partner may love and accept this Christmas.
I believe that every Jamaican man owns a pair of Clarks. I thought the black and/or the white air force was a national shoe but the Clarks is. Cue in: *Desert Clarks every crep a get fling weh*
2. Football Jersey
Which man doesn’t love football? Well, there are a few but if your partner is into football, you can get him a customize jersey for his Christmas gift. I’m not going to say it is affordable to everyone but if you can afford it, buy it. As long as nobody is coming to you woman to woman, get that man that jersey.
3. Play Station 5
Why are you skipping over number 3? I can hear some of you in my head already “Me nah buy no man no PS5” or “Him nuh deserve it”. Well sweetie, it’s just an option. Although it is a very hard gift to get, at least try.
Personally, I love when a man smell good and I also love when they have a cologne collection. This is one of the best gifts you can get your partner this year. Here is a list to choose from:
- Bvlgari Aqva
- Bvlgari Man in Black
- Coach Platinum
- Versace Eros
- 212 Men
- Acqua Di Gio Giorgio Armani
- Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue
- Tom Ford
5. Car parts?
I’ll definitely leave this one open to discussion. Would you buy your partner car parts for Christmas? I was thinking a watch but then that came to mind and I wanted to know your views on it. Would you or would you not? Why?
I’m looking out for your answers in the comment below. Don’t disappoint me! Thank you for reading and I will see you tomorrow! ‘Tis the season to be jolly …