Dudes, Fellas, Pals. Bros, literal or otherwise. They make your life interesting, and so here's what I'd buy if I had any brothers, younger or older, but plan to draw on for my cousins and friends. We've got t-shirts, cufflinks, a lovely slow dance between two bears under glass, stuffed creatures, wooden toys, cameras and soap. "Don't make me wash your mouth out with brains."
Enjoy, and I hope they enjoy it too, so much that the only feasible way of expressing their joy is with a punch to the shoulder, or a mild fracture.
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A dragon farting fire. Tell me you're not vying for 'Favorite' this year. Not even a little bit. Those masks are creepy, the hat dashing and don't be surprised if every car in the driveway is covered with small woodland creature decals by the end of the evening.
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In this batch, the '100 custom one-inch buttons' is my favorite choice. Your brother, nephew, cousin is sure to come up with something worth passing around, like 'Dale Meat is the Best Meat', which he can wear with his "I'm with the Invisible Woman" shirt. And the goggles.
"Who's the old man, in the picture hanging up in your dorm room?"
"Him? Cousin Earl Boffus. We're not supposed to talk about him. My mom wanted to burn that portrait, but then she woke up and there was a family of rats surrounding the picture, hissing. So we didn't. I took it to school, instead." Give him the gift of storytelling, this year. You're like a little Creative Writing professor, you know that? You know that? And instead of hunting eBay for a working Land Camera, hit up Etsy and find one in nearly mint condition, for the price of a movie after six, and a Quarter Pounder with Cheese value meal. Stick in a pack of film, and a certificate promising to send him a new one once a month for a year. Or just go for silver, and order a customized sterling silver guitar pick for him. Sweet. Tell him not to pawn it, ever.