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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny88 View Post
    I got told the other day that my gift I usually give to each of my in laws is crap and not to bother by my BIL. So this year no gift for him. I don't know why it's considered crap though. I put together a big gift bag of homemade cakes and biscuits and baked treats. He says its crap because he thinks I don't have to spend much on ingredients but it takes me sooo long to make all the things I include and I don't have heaps of money to spend on everyone (DHs family is huge). Never mind he never buys anyone else a present. Would you consider this a crap pressie or am I being a hormonal pregnant lady?

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    I would love that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Penny88 View Post
    I got told the other day that my gift I usually give to each of my in laws is crap and not to bother by my BIL. So this year no gift for him. I don't know why it's considered crap though. I put together a big gift bag of homemade cakes and biscuits and baked treats. He says its crap because he thinks I don't have to spend much on ingredients but it takes me sooo long to make all the things I include and I don't have heaps of money to spend on everyone (DHs family is huge). Never mind he never buys anyone else a present. Would you consider this a crap pressie or am I being a hormonal pregnant lady?

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    That would be an amazing gift and I would be hugely appreciative of the effort put into it. Tell your BIL to go and jump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BbBbBh View Post
    As kids we only got 1 present each. I was so excited a few days before Christmas because a box appeared under the tree with my name on it which looked like the Operation game that I desperately wanted. On Christmas Eve day my dad's friend and his kids turned up. Dad unwrapped my present so they could play my new game. I then had no present to open on Christmas Day. Kind of took the shine off my new game. Another Christmas I really wanted a skipping rope. So disappointed when my dad (tight a**) gave me a piece of rope from a hardware store with a knot tied at each end.
    Oh no! That made me so sad about the operation game

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    Oh hold on, I think we have a winner!

    Maternity PJs two sizes too small (I'm not pregnant, not even a remote possibility) and some lavender soy things from the cheap shop. I'm allergic to lavender.

    Good job mum 👍

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    Default Crap xmas presents - vent here

    My cousin was given some head and shoulders shampoo once. I also know someone who was given an earn, like the sort you put someone's ashes in 😱

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    I will never forget that when we were kids, one year my cousins, from their Nanna all received a can of femfresh spray. Bless her she thought it was deodorant. Lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by BbBbBh View Post
    As kids we only got 1 present each. I was so excited a few days before Christmas because a box appeared under the tree with my name on it which looked like the Operation game that I desperately wanted. On Christmas Eve day my dad's friend and his kids turned up. Dad unwrapped my present so they could play my new game. I then had no present to open on Christmas Day. Kind of took the shine off my new game. Another Christmas I really wanted a skipping rope. So disappointed when my dad (tight a**) gave me a piece of rope from a hardware store with a knot tied at each end.
    Oh this is horrible, you poor thing!

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    My crappest present was from the government...deploying my man over Christmas 😢

    Teen mom marathon it is for me.

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    Just got a set of digital kitchen scales from hubby. He's been whinging for a while that my thermy doesn't weigh in increments of 5g and that we should get some more scales - I've been very vocal of the fact that I DO NOT WANT MORE SCALES. Xmas day - Oo look some new scales, for me... Great, thanks.

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    I got sweet f a from DH, not that I expected anything really but it would have been nice if him to make an effort seeing as we are trying to patch things up. Not even a homemade card from the baby.


 

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