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post #61 of 78
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I got these sheets this year (I'm 26):



http://www.plowhearth.com/product.as...rackingCode=NA

There have been many others, but I think the runner up to that is a book of Emily Dickinson poems.

whoever gave you those don't want you to get laid
post #62 of 78
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I got these sheets this year (I'm 26):



http://www.plowhearth.com/product.as...rackingCode=NA

There have been many others, but I think the runner up to that is a book of Emily Dickinson poems.

I gotta ask, did you find this pic online, or actually put them on your bed?
post #63 of 78
I dunno. I gave my girlfriend a pair of fuzzy pj's this year. Spent about 20 bucks on them.

Of course, for her birthday, I just took her to the mall and said, "I've got 200 bucks to spend on you. Let's go nuts". So I ended up buying 2 dresses, a hat and some tights, all last October. And she gets plenty of dresses throughout the year that I see that would look "pretty good" on her. She's an entertainer, so she needs lots of cocktail gowns. So you can't say I cheap out on her, rather I thought the pjs just looked neat and fun.

CK
post #64 of 78
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I dunno. I gave my girlfriend a pair of fuzzy pj's this year. Spent about 20 bucks on them.

Of course, for her birthday, I just took her to the mall and said, "I've got 200 bucks to spend on you. Let's go nuts". So I ended up buying 2 dresses, a hat and some tights, all last October. And she gets plenty of dresses throughout the year that I see that would look "pretty good" on her. She's an entertainer, so she needs lots of cocktail gowns. So you can't say I cheap out on her, rather I thought the pjs just looked neat and fun.

CK

now what does it mean to be an entertainer...
post #65 of 78
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post #66 of 78
I've gotten some strange ones, can't think of anything in particular as being really bad but... last year, I got a Slinky from my sister and one from my aunt.

This year my parents got me a set of juggle balls. I can't think of one reason why. Especially considering they've already given me a set of them.
post #67 of 78
Yes, that`s right - a headlight! I have birthday days before christmas, so she wanted to give me something cheap for my birthday, and money for Christmas that year. If my aunt reads this forum, she will identify me easily, so I have to add that she is probably the best one at giving me presents since then. This year I received a great book for birthday about how to look good. For Chrismas I received a pocket square and a bow tie. On my top 3 things I received for birthday/christmas in 2010, she took two spots. That`s not bad, taking the headlight into account.
post #68 of 78
^ Those things are pretty handy when camping.
post #69 of 78
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"I've got 200 bucks to spend on you. Let's go nuts"

I LOLed.
post #70 of 78
a brown leather fanny pack. The giver was super serious too and apparently "did research" to find a good quality fanny pack. To top it off everybody else in the family got the same thing.

At least the giver wasn't there so any reaction was kept amongst ourselvse.
post #71 of 78
A paisley button down from Express. Gawwd it was aweful
post #72 of 78
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I LOLed.

i loled at that too
post #73 of 78
$200 is a lot of skrilla.
post #74 of 78
When I was around 13, my grandparents gave me a card that indicated they had made a $20 donation to the Wolf Conservation Society in my name. I was...less than appreciative.

Unfortunately it did not come with a wicked awesome wolf t-shirt.
post #75 of 78
Okay, So 200 isn't a lot of money. I just wanted to get something she liked, and let her pick it out, without blatantly giving cash. Had she wanted, say, 500 dollar shoes, I would have laid out 500. The 200 was just a figure. I have found with girls, especially when you're just shopping, it makes sense to have an internal limit and an external limit. Besides, aside from cotillion, prom, grad and a wedding, no girl needs a dress that costs more than 200 for regular wear. As for being an entertainer, she's a lounge singer. And as of today, a p/t cosmetic counter girl. CK
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