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    I predict an easy £300 which includes presents and food. I can not wait to see my sons face when he sees all the lego I've got him, I've bought all his favourite tv show characters to put in his stocking which is a total of 23 pieces.. think his head may explode.

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    the same as any other day, i dont celebrate christmas but i do accept gifts from other family members. you can never reject gifts
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    £0. I don't believe in spending loads of money for the sake of one day. It's about the things you give out for free through out the year, and helping others. I don't want anything bought for me either.


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    (Original post by ihatePE)
    the same as any other day, i dont celebrate christmas but i do accept gifts from other family members. you can never reject gifts
    Sigh..you again

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    (Original post by elliemayxo)
    £0. I don't believe in spending loads of money for the sake of one day. It's about the things you give out for free through out the year, and helping others. I don't want anything bought for me either.


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    Lol

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    £100-150? More relatives to buy for this year.
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    (Original post by elen90)
    £100-150? More relatives to buy for this year.
    Cheapass

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    £0
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    (Original post by Souljer)
    Cheapass

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    I'm 17 and saving money :ashamed:
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    (Original post by Souljer)
    I predict an easy £300 which includes presents and food. I can not wait to see my sons face when he sees all the lego I've got him, I've bought all his favourite tv show characters to put in his stocking which is a total of 23 pieces.. think his head may explode.

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    Wait you have a son, that sounds familiar. The Al-Pacino avatar plus the odd threads.

    Oh god, Treypound is that you?:popout:
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    (Original post by Souljer)
    I predict an easy £300 which includes presents and food. I can not wait to see my sons face when he sees all the lego I've got him, I've bought all his favourite tv show characters to put in his stocking which is a total of 23 pieces.. think his head may explode.

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    Ive spent about £350,gotten all my christmas present shopping done. Also predict another £50 on a new tree +decorations.
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    Nought
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    Nothing solely for Christmas, but I just spent over £400 on drinks to take me through the festive season..
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    No idea. I think I'm going back to buying books for people.

    I know. I'll just buy everyone a taxi ride to the library. You can always have fun with the library.
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    (Original post by elliemayxo)
    £0. I don't believe in spending loads of money for the sake of one day. It's about the things you give out for free through out the year, and helping others. I don't want anything bought for me either.


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    it is great to find someone with this attitude . i only spend £40-£50 since i only have my family to buy for.
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    (Original post by chelseafreak)
    it is great to find someone with this attitude . i only spend £40-£50 since i only have my family to buy for.
    I just appreciate things that are done for me all year round. I don't need people to give me fancy gifts to prove that they care.


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    (Original post by elliemayxo)
    I just appreciate things that are done for me all year round. I don't need people to give me fancy gifts to prove that they care.


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    i don't want people to buy for me as i don't actually like christmas but my family do.
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    £0 because I'm poor.
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    Me personally I spend £30-£60 on my family but the rest of my family spend way too much money
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    No more than £70-80.
 
 
 
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