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    I agree. Unless it's KFC mashed taters.

    I prefer gift bags over gift wrap.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jecka
    I agree. Unless it's KFC mashed taters.

    I prefer gift bags over gift wrap.

    Jecka must be new here. We've already decided that I'm far too uncoordinated to wrap a present and can barely even get a gift into a gift bag and therefore usually stick a bow on the store bag. So, I prefer a store bag with a bow. To give, that is.

    I prefer receiving gifts in gift bags to having to unwrapping them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JDHeninger
    Jecka must be new here. We've already decided that I'm far too uncoordinated to wrap a present and can barely even get a gift into a gift bag and therefore usually stick a bow on the store bag. So, I prefer a store bag with a bow. To give, that is.

    I prefer receiving gifts in gift bags to having to unwrapping them.
    i disagree.... becides part of the fun is ripping the wrapping paper to shreds...

    I prefer receiving interesting gifts to 'gifts i need'

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    Weirdly, I kind of like getting gifts I need! Although fun gifts are always rockin'

    I prefer open, free-flowin' communication to putting up walls.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shazzer
    Weirdly, I kind of like getting gifts I need! Although fun gifts are always rockin'

    I prefer open, free-flowin' communication to putting up walls.

    I would prefer that too, if it weren't for all these stupid walls I've built over the years.

    I prefer taking the walls down slowly and gently to breaking them down and having to rebuild.

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    True, although sometimes even slow and gentle doesn't work to break down someone's walls.

    I prefer letting someone know you care regardless of not knowing if they'll like hearing it, to just keeping it inside until you get a clue from them.
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    For me, it depends on who that someone is.

    I prefer buying a costume for Halloween to nearly destroying some of my clothes for the sake of getting a "free Halloween costume."

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    Quote Originally Posted by haejin11377
    For me, it depends on who that someone is.

    I prefer buying a costume for Halloween to nearly destroying some of my clothes for the sake of getting a "free Halloween costume."
    unless I'm renting a costume (which I've never done) I prefer to make my costume.

    I prefer giving to receiving.

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    I love that weird feeling of self-satisfaction that only giving something to someone else gives you. So I agree.

    I prefer drinking bitter herbal tea to drinking castor oil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by haejin11377
    I love that weird feeling of self-satisfaction that only giving something to someone else gives you. So I agree.

    I prefer drinking bitter herbal tea to drinking castor oil.
    I've never done either....

    I prefer fish sauce to cod liver oil.

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