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    Default I need some stocking stuffer ideas for teen boys

    I have two teen boys ages 17 and 15 any ideas for stocking stuffers that don't cost a lot. So far I have travel size axe spray. Man the girls were so much easier. If you have teen girls you may want to check Foodlion, I found pedicure cushions and compact mirrors there on close out paid 49 cent for two cushions and 1.29 for each of the compact mirrors that turn into brushes. Also I found little mini emery boards for 59 cent a pack has about 10 in each pack. Of course this isn't all that is going in the girls just some of the best priced stuff I ran into.Having major problems with the boys though. Thanks for any help.
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    My son likes the Listerine breath sprays. I always give him a full size of his favorite candy bar. A good cheap book. Usually 1 dvd. Sometimes you can find good ones at walmart really cheap. My son is still thrilled with the nostalgic slinky.

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    Thanks that is some good ideas.
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    I have two sons and some things that might work--- nail clipper set, mints,chapstick, gift card, a christmas ornament (to start a collection), hacky sack,nerf football,pocket dictionary,USB Flash Drive,classsic novel,cookies, small candies, I always like to put in good laughing gifts too bubble gum coal -- silly putty --Hope this helps the ideas to flow more for you.
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    I was going to suggest also the chapstick, nail clippers, mints, gum, combs, deoderant, soap on a rope, socks, tank tops. HTH

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    thanks great ideas. I dont know what I would do without yall
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    My son always looks forward to the new toothbrush, comb/brush, deodarant,socks, boxers, body wash candy and any other little things I can find that he uses alot or needs replaced (like personal products)

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    thanks everyone for your help
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