What did you buy people for christmas.

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And what have you gotten thus far. I havent bought anyone anything bar the odd liquid refreshement when out, but rest assured its only a seasonal thing. As for gifts its mostly been money which has been converted into drink! I did get a present from my mother - a blanket she must have picked up at Lidl. It had german writing and i think its actually for a dog. She said it would be good for the cold wheather but i cant exactly wear it out. Mabey ill twin it with the usual gift from aunt Murial, a set of batman pijamas!
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I don't give, and I doon't recieve. Good deal to me
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I bought my sister somthing too boring to mention and I got my mum a hermans hermits CD.
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I bought my sister somthing too boring to mention and I got my mum a hermans hermits CD.
i bought presents
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I've bought both of my parents a cactus.... long story...
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I've bought both of my parents a cactus.... long story...
was that meant to be a joke?
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was that meant to be a joke?
hehehe nope, and I can tell you, it took me a while to work out how the hell I'd wrap them...
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presents? ****! i knew i'd forgotten something!
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hehehe nope, and I can tell you, it took me a while to work out how the hell I'd wrap them...
a sort of trap, I like it, so when they touch it their hands get a sting. Like the idea mate!
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a sort of trap, I like it, so when they touch it their hands get a sting. Like the idea mate!


hahaha not the idea... by hey!
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Dad - a bike
Mum - a Minidisc player, some expensive earings and a jumper
Nan - a DVD player

and yes, I have my own tree that grows money. I'm hiding it out the back so that scientists don't find out about it.
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Dad - a bike
Mum - a Minidisc player, some expensive earings and a jumper
Nan - a DVD player

and yes, I have my own tree that grows money. I'm hiding it out the back so that scientists don't find out about it.
I think you should give me the money tree for xmas
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I spent quite a lot this year (going to avoid looking at my balance for a few months). Bought lots of bits and bobs etc.
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I bought my dad a sony digital camera, I think its a DC10 or something, really good too. Cost me 300 quid!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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(Original post by bbbb)
And what have you gotten thus far. I havent bought anyone anything bar the odd liquid refreshement when out, but rest assured its only a seasonal thing. As for gifts its mostly been money which has been converted into drink! I did get a present from my mother - a blanket she must have picked up at Lidl. It had german writing and i think its actually for a dog. She said it would be good for the cold wheather but i cant exactly wear it out. Mabey ill twin it with the usual gift from aunt Murial, a set of batman pijamas!
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I dont actually have 300 quid to spare on anything at the moment, my accommodation fees come out of the bank soon. I spent about £30 on each parent.
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I don't give, and I doon't recieve. Good deal to me
You grinch!

But here's my philosophy..

If InFlow > OutFlow Then Christmas = Success

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You grinch!

But here's my philosophy..

If InFlow > OutFlow Then Christmas = Success

ok.....

mine is the opposite........ Outflow is greater than Inflow=than christmas was awesome!
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ok.....

mine is the opposite........ Outflow is greater than Inflow=than christmas was awesome!
Aww, you're one of those nice people aren't you?
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Aww, you're one of those nice people aren't you?
yup.....
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