Grad Gifts: Good, Bad And Bizarre It is that time of year: Graduation! High schoolers and collegians are going to strut their stuff off to university, grad college or the fearsome real life. One great tradition would be to commemorate this momentous occasion by providing a present towards the fortunate graduate. But what to provide?
One blunder grad gift givers often make would be to consider a present which they (the giver) wish to get. The sc rub here is that there’s a issue that is generational. What may appeal to a 40- or 50-something might easily fall flat for the early or 18-year-old 20-something. The idea of a fairly expensive gift going to waste bothers me. That is where research is available in.
I became interested in learning what’s hot, what is not and what is strange in today’s grad gift world, and so I did my research and found some results that are surprising. If you’re looking for a grad gift this spring, be it for Henry High School or Colleen College, probably the recommendations below will help to stimulate your reasoning. As my title suggests, we’ll list the right, bad and strange applicants, in that order, and toss in a couple of responses on the way.
First, the great (Possibly Even Great)
Today these ideas come from USA. Their 16 recommendations are directed at college grads, but it’s little of a stretch to note that they could in the same way easily fit a high school grad. I’ll point out four regarding the 16. You’ll review the rest.