present for unemployed/job hunting friend

(10 Posts)
Ilovesunflowers Sun 25-Nov-12 13:31:24

Haha!

OhTheConfusion Sun 25-Nov-12 12:03:13

Excuse the kiss... I was sending emails to friends a second ago blush

OhTheConfusion Sun 25-Nov-12 12:02:26

Perfect then! x

Ilovesunflowers Sun 25-Nov-12 11:38:17

It's a cheap Italian (good food though). £20 would cover a meal for 2 and a drink each.

OhTheConfusion Sun 25-Nov-12 10:56:55

Oh Italian can be quite expensive. I assumed you ment somewhere that the £20 would cover the meal. I would either go for somewhere quite cheap and cheerfull or send her a 'homemade voucher' treating her to dinner and a catch up with you and that way the £20 would pay for her share. smile

cazza2878 Sat 24-Nov-12 22:12:52

Is it a cheapy Italian? My concern would be £20 doesn't go very far towards a meal for 2 and if she's totally broke she may not be able to afford the difference.

Ilovesunflowers Sat 24-Nov-12 21:43:49

Thanks. Think I'll go ahead and get vouchers for her favourite Italian place. It's round the corner from where she'll be living.

OhTheConfusion Sat 24-Nov-12 21:36:02

Ideal gift, just make sure it is somewhere local to save her travel costs smile

Ilovesunflowers Sat 24-Nov-12 21:02:44

Should have mentioned that she's 28 and I am looking to spend about £20.

Ilovesunflowers Sat 24-Nov-12 20:34:03

I've just remembered another person I need to buy a gift for. A friend will be returning from travelling on the 20th Dec. She has been away for a year and needs to job hunt straight away as she's now broke.
I would love ideas for a Christmas present for her. I was thinking of a voucher for a restaurant because one thing I missed when job hunting was being able to go out to eat as I couldn't afford it. Is that a good idea?

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