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    Picture Perfect SnowflakeGirl's Avatar
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    :nono Clipsey, you're encourageable. Everyone knows you pick up lumps of coal from the mine for free.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Unklescott
    One lump or two?

    That is so funny, Unklescott. Last year one of the ladies I work with bought a house. It was one of the houses that had a coal shute from the forties. She brought a bunch in and I gave one to my sister. At first she wasn't impressed, but she got the joke after a few minutes.
    He who laughs last thinks slowest

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    That's all folks! Unklescott's Avatar
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    *threadjack*I've shoveled plenty of coal into a furnace in my younger years. Cleaning them suckers out isn't any fun either. *threadjack over*

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    Quote Originally Posted by EvaLaruefan
    I can never say no to clothes, so that would be nice. I also love bath soaps and stuff like that. I'm not hard to please (hear that joeguy )


    hmmmmm, bath stuff could be good, clean fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnowflakeGirl
    My brother is all about the Le Creuset--he won't cook on anything else. It is, indeed, the best in terms of durability and heat conduction (I guess, because I'm actually not much of a cook truth be told ).
    threadjack I don't know I got a set of skillets by Calphalon and am pleased to pieces with them...end threadjack

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    My Christmas wishlist:
    *Maid service
    *Rent-a-husband (odd jobs) service

    I'm totally overwhelmed by my house in addition to 3 teens and a full time job.
    Count your blessings!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nausicaa
    I doubt I'll be getting much from my folks this year, as they've already chipped in a huge amount towards buying my overseas grandparents a new flat in proximity to their area hospital (a big issue for two people wracked with various sorts of illness. )

    my dad's still a problem. He doesn't like people to buy clothes or accessories for him, hates golf, is not in any way mechanically or automotively(?)-inclined, and is a luddite like me. Exhausting all the usual options, really. Same problem every year.
    nausicaa, I've found that most people who don't want things are pleased with long distance phone cards.

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    a nice campfire at night, on the beach with a cute snugglely girl and a bottle of wine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gutmutter
    My Christmas wishlist:
    *Maid service
    *Rent-a-husband (odd jobs) service

    I'm totally overwhelmed by my house in addition to 3 teens and a full time job.

    That's a great list!

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    Well, if things keep going smoothly it looks like Mr. Bug's gift to me and vice versa will be a house! (*keeping fingers crossed*) And if that works out, then we'll add a puppy and a kitten to the mix so we can have a family in our new home. That's what I'm hoping and praying for anyway.

    If not, and if a wrapped up gift is required, then I'd like to start collecting all the Friends seasons on DVD. Also, my husband can be a little -y sometimes and loves anything that requires some analytical-type thinking. I'd love to get him a rubix cube. Remember those? Any idea where I might find one that's not used or in a museum? I also love to buy him clothes and shoes - he's like my own personal dress up doll!

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