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supercrutch

supercrutch Report 23 Dec 2012 22:45

Susan gets a (((HUG))) which she will HATE but I don't care cos I can do it and she can't hit me :-D and I understand what she said and why <3

Jean

Jean Report 28 Dec 2012 01:29

i once got my belated xmas gift from my sis...she is late in all things she does or sends....a jar of tescos finest olives...well past the sell by date. we now just meet and have a meal for birthdays and xmas.

AnninGlos

AnninGlos Report 28 Dec 2012 09:46

Jean Lol!!!

Susan Wiv, sorry didn't see your reply as I was down south from 23rd and time on the internet was spasmodic.

I do see where you are coming from, and if I think about it maybe the presents I have in the past re-gifted were not suited to me because the giver didn't know me well. I have never re-gifted anything from or to anyone close to me. and, yes I do put a lot of thought into presents myself so I understand your thoughts on that. There was a piece in the paper that started me off on this and the percentage of people who said that they re-gifted and/or wouldn't mind people re-gifting their presents was very high. So I am sure if you give to people you know well and, as you say, put a lot of thought into it then your presents will be opened with anticipation and never re-gifted.

Oh yes *crosses fingers and shuts eyes* a ((((hug)))) from me. <3