Ready. Set. Chug! Frank is the typical frat guy who likes everything big, loud, and easy. No, really! Frank
is still a boy at heart and probably still lives with his best friends in a smaller version of "Animal House."
He enjoys drinking, smoking, and anything that's cheap. Sound like your man, even if a bit exaggerated?
Then check out these gifts for your frat boy...
Create Your Own CD
It's the modern version of the mixed tape! If it's still early in the relationship and you don't want to
overwhelm your mate, then this is the perfect gift. It also makes a great stocking stuffer. You get to
pick the songs you want, the order you want them in and CDNow will burn the CD and send it to you. You
can't get much more personal than that...
(12.99, available at CDNow)
They call themselves "The Greatest Rock Band on Earth," we call them just plain cool. This comedy-rock album
is pretty tight and features actor-musician Jack Black (Shallow Hal) and partner in crime Kyle Glass. You might
remember them from the 1990 HBO cult hit, The D. Regardless, their debut album was just released and
is the perfect stocking stuffer.($13.99, available at Amazon.com)
Anything New York
If you didn't already know it, New York City is the greatest city on earth and after the September 11th
attacks that idea is even more true. This year the hottest gifts are those that commemorate the greatness
of the city and the strength of the United States.
($14.99, available at Allposters.com)
George Foreman Grill
Food tastes better and is healthier when prepared on the
patented George Foreman Lean Mean Fat Reducing Grilling Machine. Sloped
grill surface drains excess liquids away from food making for a healthier meal.
Floating hinge lets you cook thin to thick cuts of meat.
($19.99 available at Target)
Nothing shows your patriotism better than a flag and in these tough times it is
important for everyone to stand united. While a flag might not seem like a gift,
it is appropriate for any American or anyone wanting to show their support of the United States.
($19.99 for 3'x5' model)
Stainless Pocket Flask
Here's a great way to stay warm during
winter campouts and football games.
Drop a little of your favorite remedy in
the flask, tuck it in your pocket or bag,
and savor a sip or two. It looks cool
too. A great stocking stuffer!
($35, available at Uncommon Goods)
Michael Graves Poker Set
Bring style to your next game of cards
with this Michael Graves Design poker
set. Natural wood veneer dresses up a
solid wood block topped by a silvertone
metal carrying handle. Includes 240
chips total (60 each of blue, red, cream
and black) and 2 full card decks.
($49.99 available at Target)
The beautifully designed clear acrylic
board doubles as a storage case. A
true conversation piece, this
eye-catching set will appeal to
beginners and experts alike. There's
nothing black and white about this
($50, available at Uncommon Goods)
Win the heart of any guy with some really good tickets to the game. Splurge and get the good seats
and he won't be able to stop thanking you. Check out local ticketmasters or
OpenSeats.com for the really
hard to find tix.
Hot & Cold Snack Box
Perfect for the frat guy in all of us, this versatile, personal electronic mini "fridge" keeps drinks and snacks cold or hot, at work, home
or on the road.
Holds a six-pack worth of refreshments, plus a sandwich, fruit and snacks.
Slide-out shelf for larger items. Stick it next to the bed, couch, or wherever munchies hit you!
($99.95, available at
Grateful Dead "The Golden Road"
If you are a Grateful Dead fan, welcome to heaven. This newly released sex compiles every album the Dead
every recorded for Warner Bros. for a total of a dozen discs. Each "album" comes in its own package with its own notes, while the box itself
offers a 75-page booklet filled with thoughtful essays, personal reflections, and great photos.
Whoever recieves this will fall madly in love with you all over again.
($119.98, available at Amazon.com)
Just because Napster is shut down doesn't mean you can't still listen to MP3's... The first MP3 player to
pack a mind-blowing 1,000 songs and a
10-hour battery into a stunning 6.5-ounce
package you can literally take everywhere.
Just plug it
into your Mac and all of your iTunes songs
and playlists are automatically downloaded
into iPod at blazing FireWire speed. With
iPod, itís that easy to take your entire music
collection with you wherever you go.
($399 available at Apple.com)