Christmas Presents

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    Ian Administrator

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    With Christmas lurking just around the corner, what are you going to get for your loved ones?

    It is "only" 2 months and a day away, and according to the adverts on TV I should be preparing!

    I've pretty much got all things covered now, at least idea wise. I just need to find where I can get them all!

    So far I have a sub £100 digital camera and some carefully chosen CDs/DVDs on the shopping list to get! No more spending for the next few months ;)
     
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    I normally get books for people, there are so many of them its more personal i think, shows you know the person and have put some thought in.

    As for my loved one, I'm going to get him plenty of treats.




    ...haha had you worried didn't i? I'm talking about this fella...

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    ...Max
     
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    floppybootstomp sugar 'n spikes Moderator

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    Me may be a grump, but I refuse to recognise Christmas until at least the start of December.

    Christmas - or those who would exploit it - bugs the hell outta me.

    I actually got a mailshot from Littlewoods about Chistmas on September 27th. Littlewoods are now blacklisted by me.

    I usually go mad with the credit card in a last minute rush around December 23rd :D
     
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    muckshifter I'm not weird, I'm a limited edition. Moderator

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    Nettie starts in February, :eek: then come December she's hunting 'round the house for all the stuff. :rolleyes:

    Me, I'll do all my xmas shopping the Saturday before xmas ... and be out of town by 10am. :brow:
     
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    Now that is organisation! :bow:
     
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    Rewritable DVD players are look cheap at around £200 - now shall I treat myself or not...mmmmm...

    Nick
     
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