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    (Original post by Alarae)
    I got some awesome gifts for Christmas

    Two tickets to a west end show (I'm choosing wicked) with dinner included, meet the penguins experience, manicure set, body shop lotions, ticket to Disney on ice, two jumpers, chocolate and a GHD wave wand.

    My mum also got me build your own roller-coaster straws

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    Wicked is amazing!!!!!!
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    I got my brother some japanese kitkats but I was really jealous because I wanted them for myself he let me try them though
    Me and my sister both got each other Green Tea Kitkat, it was hilarious. They're amazing! Which ones did you get for him/try?
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    (Original post by yellowcopter)
    Me and my sister both got each other Green Tea Kitkat, it was hilarious. They're amazing! Which ones did you get for him/try?
    Strawberry cheesecake, pumpkin pudding and caramel pudding :3
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Strawberry cheesecake, pumpkin pudding and caramel pudding :3
    Strawberry cheesecake sounds devine :ahee:
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    A book called 'Introduction to Civil War' from my brother and about £150 from my parents/nan.
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    (Original post by yellowcopter)
    Strawberry cheesecake sounds devine :ahee:
    Preferred the caramel pudding, wish I could order a bunch of flavours but its so expensive
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Preferred the caramel pudding, wish I could order a bunch of flavours but its so expensive
    That sounds nice too, Japan have the weirdest are best flavours. It's like their strawberry and birthday cake Oreo flavours they have which I tried, they're sooo nice.

    ...But yes, so expensive. Each pack is about £15 at The Japan Centre, I think the smaller packs are £7-ish and the individual ones are like £4-ish.
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    (Original post by yellowcopter)
    That sounds nice too, Japan have the weirdest are best flavours. It's like their strawberry and birthday cake Oreo flavours they have which I tried, they're sooo nice.

    ...But yes, so expensive. Each pack is about £15 at The Japan Centre, I think the smaller packs are £7-ish and the individual ones are like £4-ish.
    it sucks! wish I had lots of money purely so I could buy kitkats :')
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    it sucks! wish I had lots of money purely so I could buy kitkats :')
    Same :lol: I only have a bit of Christmas money and I want to spend them on DMs, but I don't want to waste it all on them but I've been wanting DMs for so long. Been eyeing them for a while.
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    Surprised no ones mentioned the notorious Lynx/axe gift set.
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    (Original post by yellowcopter)
    Same :lol: I only have a bit of Christmas money and I want to spend them on DMs, but I don't want to waste it all on them but I've been wanting DMs for so long. Been eyeing them for a while.
    Have a look on eBay to see if anyone is selling them on there my ex bought a pair of DMs off eBay brand new for £20 once
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    I got 2 pens, a notebook, some perfume, and some money.

    The perfume isn't one I wear
    The money went on general food household stuff
    The notebook is beautiful but enormous and I don't know what I should use it for
    The pens are fine
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    Lots of little things - couple of books, calendar, body/bath stuff, a scarf/blanket thing, tea leaves, some clothes
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    (Original post by SophieSmall)
    Have a look on eBay to see if anyone is selling them on there my ex bought a pair of DMs off eBay brand new for £20 once
    Thanks for the idea, but could only find £50+ and a pair of fake ones for £20, but they looked awful.
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    (Original post by yellowcopter)
    Thanks for the idea, but could only find £50+ and a pair of fake ones for £20, but they looked awful.
    Naw sorry to hear
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    (Original post by yellowcopter)
    Same :lol: I only have a bit of Christmas money and I want to spend them on DMs, but I don't want to waste it all on them but I've been wanting DMs for so long. Been eyeing them for a while.
    What's DMs?
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    (Original post by Nidokid)
    Surprised no ones mentioned the notorious Lynx/axe gift set.
    I got a lynx for her set so it's still a thing.
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    Skydiving Helmet/Altimeter/Gloves/Goggles, chocolates, grooming stuff, books, money
 
 
 
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