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    Christmas, family and presents

    This is a discussion on Christmas, family and presents within the General chat forums, part of the Community channel category; What do you buy for your family on Christmas? Do you have a budget or you just get what you ...

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      Christmas, family and presents

      What do you buy for your family on Christmas? Do you have a budget or you just get what you like? I am not sure whether I will buy something useful or something really unique. Do you have any idea?


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      Re: Christmas, family and presents

      We just chuck money at them these days. We cannot be bothered to think of stuff that they will not want.

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      Re: Christmas, family and presents

      I had an agreement with my wife. We would spend a maximum of 50 on each other. The idea was to get as many presents as possible under the tree with that 50, but none of them could be rubbish. The fun was finding a lot of cheap but useful things; they could only be from the pound shop if they were genuinely useful and good value. Opening them on the day then took most of the morning.
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      Re: Christmas, family and presents

      I and wife decided to go with one big present this year because her colleague from work had to move so he offered us his foosball table he bought a few years ago. Although it is used, it is a Tornado foosball table so we decieded that this is one offer we can't refuse. So, it is one big present for the entire afamily and I am sure my kids will love it. I mean, I am not a fan of used stuff but this is a great oppotunity after all it is a tornado. I know that the price of a professional foosball table like tornado is huge!

     

     

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