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(The Atlantic)   Yo dawg, we heard you like buying from gift guides, so here's a guide to gift guides so you can have a guide to guide you to find the best gift guides so you can buy from great gift guides   (theatlantic.com) divider line
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2019-11-29 8:39:18 AM  
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Too much, subby
 
2019-11-29 8:47:55 AM  
I only have to Christmas shop for my two adult daughters.  I bought them each a set of snow tires and dealt with that a few weeks ago.  A good solid safety investment since one of them has a long commute, and the other one does winter hiking.

I'm still going to do stocking stuffers, as they visit me on Christmas morning.  I'll likely fill the stocking with boring useful disposable things, like toothbrushes and such.  I'm going to stop by a local gift shop that carries various things from local artists, so at least I'll be supporting someone local when I buy useless stuff.

Meh, I'm just not into it this year.  I've been looking through online gift guides this year and am completely jaded with the whole process.  It's all product promotion, I'm not seeing anything particularly useful or meaningful.  I think I need some sunlight and exercise.
 
2019-11-29 12:10:38 PM  
Dave Barry's Annual Gift Guide is the only guide you will ever need. For weirdos with too much money.
 
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