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    ~Marigold~ is offline You make me happy, when skies are grey
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    I was once given a matching tea towel set with pot holders from DH's elderly aunt. I was 18! I didn't know how to react when I opened it, lol...

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    My sister got a see through paper weight with pressed flowers in it from my grandma for her 21st lol!
    I didn't really care for the ironing board cover I got ...

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    My worst was from dh aunty and uncle.
    She gave me a playboy beach towel and men's deodorant set.
    They own a chemist so every year is bad.

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    Anything from my tight ar5e sister! She expects money to be spent on her but she gives hand made gifts that make my blood boil-simply for the fact she's being tight and unimaginative! One year I browsed many a store to get around $200 worth of stuff for her gift (lotions, vouchers, jewellery, she'd been eyeing off) and later that year I received a reused frame with a Hollywood stars' face in it with cardboard love hearts around it and his initial 4 my initials (like DH 4 DW). We were in our 20's-WTF?!
    Xmas is the same-she spends about $100 on her hand made gifts and receives 10 times that in gifts back! Last time I have spent a stupid amount on her present. The worse thing is-she's much more well off than me!
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    My grandparents got me an electric toothbrush for my 15th birthday. That xmas they got me a pedistal fan.

    He + Me = dd1 (July 2007), dd2 (July 2010), dd3 (August 2012), dd4 (May 2014)
    Embrace the chaos

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    French lingerie.

    Two sizes too small.

    B.astardo!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Tickle View Post
    French lingerie.

    Two sizes too small.

    B.astardo!
    Better than two sizes too big!! :P

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    I could have taken them in.
    I have a mean sewing machine that shows no mercy

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    I'm moving and was unpacking all our books and found last years birthday present from MIL.
    I had a laugh then remembered seeing this thread going around and had to post it!

    Here it is LOL and no, she isn't to fond of me
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    Quote Originally Posted by Liddybugs View Post
    I'm moving and was unpacking all our books and found last years birthday present from MIL.
    I had a laugh then remembered seeing this thread going around and had to post it!

    Here it is LOL and no, she isn't to fond of me
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    I want that book! Lol
    That's great!


 

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