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ThisIsMediocritiesOldAcc ThisIsMediocritiesOldAcc 18-21, F 12 Answers Dec 19, 2012 in Parenting & Family

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I buy for everyone since I have a small family (; My meaning of Christmas is all about giving and be thankful.

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Everyone agreed to a secret santa this year, minimises the hassle and stress of buying everyone a gift. Besides all the extra money can go towards the xmas dinner mmmmm :P

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I've done "Secret Santa" for parties and for co-workers, but not for family.

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We do a different kind of game.....we call it the 'Cheap @ss Gifts'<br />
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We draw names, plus a room in the house, and a letter of the alphabet...<br />
We have to find a good, useful gift for that person, that starts with that letter, and is used in that room....<br />
But it has to be the cheapest, yet coolest, thing we can find.....then we vote to see who actually fulfilled all the requirements, and we have a 'trophy' of sorts....it's a Santa Hat ornament with the word 'CHEAP@SS' engraved on it.....the winner keeps it and displays it for the year...<br />
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It's a lot of fun....and cheap!!

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Buy for everyone.

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As the paterfamilias, I have a unique responsibility to "fund" such events. What this really means is I make the money, someone else spends it, the caveat being my name goes on the card. So, yes; I indirectly buy for everyone, and sometimes their cousins, and extended family, as it would seem. My negativity is farcical, when I see the faces light up of the recipient, I share in the joy.

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i buy for every one

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