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The Perfect Gift
Posted 12/10/08 , edited 12/10/08
Hey everyone its almost time for Christmas, u know what that mean, presents!!!

its that special time again were u gather up with ur family and friends or that special someone, and give out ur love and compasion to them, and see their cheerful face, and warm up ur and their heart with love.

but... u dont know what to give them... trust me its a lot harder than it seem, i know have lots of experience LOL


Here are some Tips that might help u out with ur Xmas shopping:
1. dont wait till the last moment to buy something (by the time ur reading this its either half way through christmas or its already christmas) START UR XMAS SHOPPING NOW!!!

2. dont be affraid to ask (DO NOT ASK WHAT THEY WANT FOR CHRISTMAS WHATS THE FUN IN THAT try to ask a certain way the might hint u what he or she wants or like might be hard but worth the effort), or u can alway spectate what he or she like to do.

3. for that special someone if u can afford to buy diamond, ring and such go ahead and buy him or her one, but if u dont... spend at least $20 take him or her out (NOT TO MCDONALDS OR ANY FAST FOOD RESTRAUNT go to the movies, the park and give them the gift there, the place where u guys first met, any place the make them happy), buy flowers, chocolate, teddy bears, write a poem for her, buy her a ring or something......for dudes kiss them, tell him u love him, buy him a pair of shoes, a watch, a new guitar, bake him a cake...

4. the last thing is that it dosent matter how expensive the gift is, it is how much love u put into the gift that u give to them (sometime a poem u made can be more precious than a jewlery u gave him or her)



what is ur idea of a perfect gift???

mine is to give everyone a very happy christmas... and it can happen if u all make the one u love feel happy

MERRY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!!!
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I had no idea what to get my boyfriend for christmas just because ...Yeah he likes weird things and I can't get these "weird" things w.o traveling lol. SO, I did the ...lazy..(maybe) idea so I went to Wal mart and got him a big chocolate Hershey kiss (ha ha pun kiss) He likes chocolate (alot) so I Thought why not ;o
He liked it ^^
It only costed me 2 dollars for the kiss and 99 cents for the wrap ;o soo yeah
I always think its the effort and time you put into something i mean if I didn't do anything I still love him and yeah But ;o I care enough to give him chocolate kisses lawl :D

and secret Santa is always fun ^~^
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Simple, buy chocolate bars~~
Nobody can resist the power of chocolates bar!!! That will solve all christmas shopping problems!!!
Posted 12/10/08
I made a random gift purchase of a 2009 desk SEX calender and a grow your own asshole figurine earlier this year.

I'd like to have me as a friend. =/
Posted 12/10/08
my friend told me what she want, and told me to get it eventhough she wants it as a surprised -- stupid. lol
im thinking what to get for him right now. =) he only thinks about cars -v-
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The perfect gift is something that came from your heart. Or better if it's something they really like. Anyway, if they don't like it, who cares? I don't give gifts anyway.
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Posted 12/11/08
....a gift of good health and long life...


and of courzz,,,,,



lots and lots of BBBBBLLLLLLLLLLOOOOOOOODDDDDD!!!!!!!!!!



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Posted 12/11/08

Aya_Asakura-Tao wrote:

....a gift of good health and long life...


and of courzz,,,,,



lots and lots of BBBBBLLLLLLLLLLOOOOOOOODDDDDD!!!!!!!!!!



[twire] 0}:[


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The perfect gift for me this Christmas is any Tokyo Jihen or Sheena Ringo album
Posted 12/11/08
.. a massive hug for everyone jokez I dunno bu good late shopping can be done on amazon ^^
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Posted 12/11/08 , edited 12/11/08
i read the bad gifts?

1. Theme gifts
Say you know someone who likes fishing, or golf, or model airplanes. Most likely, everybody in that person's life knows about this hobby. And, probably, each of these people have given person A an item that relates to the thing that he/she loves. Which means that—for example, in the case of my dad—person A now has more fishing junk than he knows what to do with. My dad has been gifted everything from fishing hats to ceramic fishes, Gone Fishin' license plate covers to rod-and-reel beer cozies. Point is, we should value when someone enjoys something, but we should not inundate them with so much junk that their hobby becomes a storage chore.


2. A holiday sweater
Why would anyone want a sweater that is a.) ugly and, b.) completely impractical?
Unless it's, perhaps, your family's tradition and you're all in on the joke, please don't purchase holiday sweaters. Please. We can't encourage this jolly-dorky industry anymore.



3. A gym membership
I don't have to explain this to you, do I? By giving the gift of exercise you are saying to your loved one, "You're fat." or at least, "You're out of shape and you need to change."
Bummer! No one want to hear that on a day off, much less on a festive day when they're ostensibly about to devour a huge meal. Don't give gym memberships (except if you are specifically asked and even then, I'd wait for pleading).


4. A subscription to a magazine you don't know that they read
In theory, this could work. But in practice, getting magazines that you didn't ask for can be a total bust. If you don't like it, you're reminded of not liking it every month, you're guilty over not reading it, and you feel obligated to display a copy when the gift bearer comes over, or bring up the latest issue when you see that person for dinner.



5. Your old pots and pans (your old anything)
One Christmas my friend opened a gift and found an old frying pan. Her completely lucid mother-in-law had wrapped said cookware and when she saw the look of surprise (and perhaps horror) on my friend's face said, "It's a lot better than yours."
Don't give anyone your old stuff. And, while we're at it, don't re-gift your new stuff either.



6. A stuffed animal to anyone over the age of 8
Because it's cheesy and infantilizing and weird. Because grown-ups shouldn't own stuffed animal collections. Because also, from a man to a lady, it's usually a pretty lazy gift.


7. An I.O.U. for the gift you plan to give
LAME. I don't care how cute the card is, I don't care if you've framed the picture of the TV we're getting or the shoes you want to buy me. I really don't mind if you can't give me a gift, but I don't want your (usually unredeemable) I.O.U.


8. A dusty tin full of edible stuff
This is not a tin of just anything—everyone loves getting homemade cookies or candies or a favorite cake and holiday tins are great for storage.
I'm talking about when you're in the dollar store and you see some extra-dusty tins on the bottom shelf filled with, say, those chocolate turtles. And you have no idea how long they've been there, or if what's inside is even edible. But you buy a couple anyway because you're desperate for a few last minute gifts. And the person you give it to opens it and the chocolate-whatever inside is stale and the candy breaks their tooth.
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Posted 12/12/08

Aya_Asakura-Tao wrote:

....a gift of good health and long life...


and of courzz,,,,,



lots and lots of BBBBBLLLLLLLLLLOOOOOOOODDDDDD!!!!!!!!!!



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Posted 12/12/08
perfect gift? power to rule EVERYTHING
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Two brunettes, a hotel key and a box of baking soda.
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