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Everyone likes food. And it isn't buying a trinket that will sit in the closet or get forgotten.
Food for adults from Wolfermans Bakery, Fiji or Hickory Farms - all deliver.
Food for kids ... make a gift basket with popcorn and holiday fruit, chocolate a candy cane.
Gingerbread houses for kids. There are gift boxes at Bed, Bath and Beyond as well as
MIchaels craft stores. I'm sure they are elsewhere as well.
Hmmm....a thread by Spartacus.....it must be either:
- a drunk post
- a question about how to make/save money
Cheap useful gifts
- mag light flashlight
- pressure cooker
- LED lantern
- pocketknife (you can get a gerber for under $20) or the $15 leatherman tool
For my youngest, we give him coupons for things he likes.
- a week of no carrying the trash out
- other things that he would be embarassed to disclose...but you get the idea
Since he is a (not very active) member here, too....i best keep my mouth shut.
It's not the gift that matters but the thought that goes into it. Xmas is too like spending a fortune on presents when a small one one do just as well. My wife is one of those that loves to give and help people and Xmas is a time she just loves. Find what a person likes or is interested in then buy them something like that.