Underwear and accessories

Imagine that it's your father's birthday. Look at the photographs and think which of these things you would buy him.


italoman

italoman

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My father is retired so that he doesn't need a briefcase and he never wears a bow-tie. I think it's the best desicion to buy him the keyring. Perhaps I give him something else and procure a watch.

chasm

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My father is retired so that he doesn't need a briefcase and he has never worn a bow-tie. I think it's the best decision to buy him the a keyring. Perhaps I give him something else and procure a watch.

wenlolz

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My father is retired so he doesn't need a briefcase anymore, and I wouldn't buy him a bow-tie because he never wore one to go to work. I think the best decision is to buy him a keyring or a watch.

Smudgette

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My father is retired so that he doesn't need a briefcase and he never wears a bow-tie. I think it's  the best decision would be to to buy him the keyring or something else, maybe get him a watch.

'Procure' is actually correct but we'd never say it - it's far too formal.  You could even leave out 'get him' in the last sentence above, but I included it to show how 'get' can be used in a normal way.  

Fifthmonth

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My father is retired so that he doesn't need a briefcase and he never wears a bow-tie. I think it's the best decision to buy him the keyring. Perhaps I would give him something else and procure a watch.