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    Default Christmas gift for neighbors

    So I'm curious... Do you offer anything to your neighbors for Christmas? If so what?

    I need ideas... We live in an apartment block, so on top of each others and I'd like to offer my neighbors something but no idea what...

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    I normally give a bucket of mangoes to all but one of neighbors. Crazy lady gets a dirty look.

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    We usually make something like Mars bar slice and take some to each of the neighbours. This year I might do bliss balls I think. DD loves helping and delivering them.

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    Something home made, I just made a batch of tomato chutney to give away.

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    I would go home made, but I'm doing 2 extra jobs at the moment on top of my normal FT + studying.

    So I'd need something that DH could get from a shop

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    A nice smelling candle, pot plant, tin/box of chocolates, samples of jams/tea/sauces in gift packs

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    What about a little succulent in a cute pot?
    Maybe a small cheese board with some
    Gourmet crackers, Camembert and plum paste. Maybe a nice bottle of wine and mini plum pudding.

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