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    I have an American friend (she moved to the UK when she was 4, moved back when she was 7) We we're best friends and lost contact, now we're back in contact and we're really close. We'd like to send each other christmas and birthday presents (my birthday is january, hers is march) so I was just wondering what to get her. We were joking about sending cheesy things to each other, like I'd send her PROPER () chocolate and stuff with the union jack on and like custard creams and stuff they don't have other there, and she'd get me like American candy and stuff..

    WHAT CAN I SEND HER??

    It's kinda like a care package I guess Also it's okay to send food in the mail as long as its a gift yes?
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    (Original post by smudge_moon)
    I have an American friend (she moved to the UK when she was 4, moved back when she was 7) We we're best friends and lost contact, now we're back in contact and we're really close. We'd like to send each other christmas and birthday presents (my birthday is january, hers is march) so I was just wondering what to get her. We were joking about sending cheesy things to each other, like I'd send her PROPER () chocolate and stuff with the union jack on and like custard creams and stuff they don't have other there, and she'd get me like American candy and stuff..

    WHAT CAN I SEND HER??

    It's kinda like a care package I guess Also it's okay to send food in the mail as long as its a gift yes?
    Aw, that's really nice!

    It depends on the type of food you want to send, but chocolate and candy is fine. I just sent chocolate abroad to my sis and I've received candy from America and South Africa before!

    I'd definitely send some British chocolate, like you said. How about a chocolate orange? And Scottish shortbread? Jaffa cakes?
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    Aw, that's really nice!

    It depends on the type of food you want to send, but chocolate and candy is fine. I just sent chocolate abroad to my sis and I've received candy from America and South Africa before!

    I'd definitely send some British chocolate, like you said. How about a chocolate orange? And Scottish shortbread? Jaffa cakes?

    Cool thanks
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