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What do you give a millionaire for his birthday?
post Posted: Sep 5 2007, 01:42 PM
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A millionaire probably needs a new book like - "How to become a billionaire" and probably some gold teeth like Iron Mike Tyson! biggrin.gif

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In reply to: Metala on Wednesday 05/09/07 12:25pm

I hope that "little something from the wife" was after trading finished for the day. You don't want to waste precious time off the trading floor!

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In reply to: Metala on Wednesday 05/09/07 12:55pm


send metala's wife over. tongue.gif


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In reply to: Metala on Wednesday 05/09/07 12:55pm

If he likes port - buy him his own barrel so he can mix his own special brew

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Have turned 40 in the last month and recieved many presents! (Thankyou all) I think the best one was something our young daughter made, well that and a little something from the wife also but lets not talk about that!
Maybe something for the adrenalin rush, as previously mentioned, like flying, diving, deep sea fishing etc

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Some good ideas folks. I especially think he might like the vintage port, but keep ‘em coming. Thanks.

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post Posted: Sep 5 2007, 08:51 AM
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A track day drive of a single seater at the nearest race track. Unless he's done this before he'll be so pumped up after the experience. If he's not that sort of guy - a sex-change operation voucher.


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In reply to: Varmi on Wednesday 05/09/07 01:15am

Sept 1967 playboy magazine ( and other 1967 stuff on ebay)
1967 vintage port ( Stonyfell was a ripper)
stainless steel smoker (for fish etc) superb for mackerel tailor etc
2000 signed wallaby jumper framed under glass (I'll sell)
google his birthday for who else was born that day for ideas
copy of newspaper frontpage for his date of birth
good luck

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In reply to: ozeb on Wednesday 05/09/07 07:36am

And I'd also purchase a grave site for him, just to remind him that isn't going to live forever.

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In reply to: Varmi on Wednesday 05/09/07 12:45am

I'd give him a Child Sponsorship form from World Vision and I'd also dangle a Salvation Army collection tin under his nose.


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