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ketchupqueen
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*bounces with excitement*

*tries to guess who her Hatrack Gifter is*

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KQ, did you get your present, I haven't recieved info if yours has been mailed, or if the sender got theirs.
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I want a CD of JT singing too!! [Smile]
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I did not.

That's why I'm trying to guess who my gifter is. 'Cause I have no clue whatsoever. [Smile]

All part of the fun!

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Yup. Ok. I've just not heard from them and I'd like to know a few things.
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What's killing me is that I know mine has been delivered... What if they hate it and just don't want to make me feel bad?!?!!
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I should probably say that even if mine arrives today, I won't be able to open it. I wasn't sure where I was going to be, and anyway my apartment can't receive packages, so I asked it to be mailed home. I'll be there next on the 20th or so, so if you are my person and haven't heard my reply, it's just because I haven't been able to open it yet!
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Mine arrived at my home either today or yesterday. I, however, have not yet arrived at my home. So I still don't know who sent it or what is in it. Please don't tell me, either. I'm looking forward to the surprise. I just don't want my person to think it got lost or anything.
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I recieved mine yesterday! I love the fluffy silver scarf.

I also got a surprise present from Kat that I love.

Ni!

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<continues watching thread>

<hopes his gift doesn't suck>

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Don't think your gifts suck, just remember teh person you sent it to might not be online as much as you are. But they do have to post here, or I'll freak out at them. And really tommorow is when the freakouts start (I just took my last final).
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quote:
Originally posted by cmc:
What's killing me is that I know mine has been delivered... What if they hate it and just don't want to make me feel bad?!?!!

I remember feeling the same way last year, cmc. But when Frisco finally responded he included picutres and everything, and seemed to be enjoying the gifts in them. I'm sure that your person will like what you got them.
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I guess I too should say that I'm not at home, where my gift was probably sent to. I wasn't told it was there yet, so I'll just have to wait and be surprised after the 20th!
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quote:
Originally posted by Noemon:
quote:
Originally posted by cmc:
What's killing me is that I know mine has been delivered... What if they hate it and just don't want to make me feel bad?!?!!

I remember feeling the same way last year, cmc. But when Frisco finally responded he included picutres and everything, and seemed to be enjoying the gifts in them. I'm sure that your person will like what you got them.
Those were some pretty epic pictures.

I remember not quite believing what I was seeing!

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glad you liked the dragon Val [Smile]

I got mine from Imogen!!!! She sent me Australian goodies: chocolate covered coffee beans, herb salt, and a bar made with dried fruit, cocoa and other things that smells of Christmas (really it does!). I had to try everything immediately, including the salt! [Big Grin]

Thanks Imogen!!!

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quote:
Originally posted by Squish:
The kind UPS man just handed me a white box at my door... AND GOOD GOD! Those chocolate covered chips that everyone's been talking about?! First thing I see in my box. I haven't even looked at the rest yet and I'm this excited. Thank you so much, Chris (Phoenix)! AND a Williams-Sonoma Dessert book. My roommates (Juxtapose & Infrared...oh and Eros/Demonstrocities) will love you for this gift , I'm sure.

Thanks again! You made my day!

Yay! Glad u like your gift [Smile] Hope u bake lots of stuff! Now u can bake me something chocolate [ROFL]
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I got mine! Thank you erosomniac!

Sorry I made it hard for you by not listing interests, but I like surprises... And you were definitely right who wouldn't want this spiffy magnetic thing? The only problem is that now everyone on my hall is going to spend all their "should be studying" time in my room playing with it. [Razz]

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I'm glad it got there, Kama.

The salt is pretty cool, because it's got Australian native herbs and stuff in it. As does the panforte, I think.

The chocolate covered coffee beans - well, not so Australian, but so yummy. [Smile]

(Oh, and I'm sorry it wasn't all wrapped and pretty - I was in a rush, and forgot to take stickytape and scissors to the stores (I had to pick up one last item and then send it). I did have wrapping paper, and I tried creative folding with no cutting or sticking, but it failed miserably. So I just sent them.)

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I got my present today! Silly me, I forgot that I needed to check my mailbox regularly, so it's possible that it's been sitting there for a few days.

I am the very happy recipient of a beautiful crocheted scarf. The black and white will go perfectly with my new black coat!

Also, I squealed with joy when I saw a Serenity comic book! I've always wanted to try one. (It is a comic, right? I don't know, I don't know the difference between comics and graphic novels and I would hate to make a faux pas)

Thank you Kara (blacwolve)! This was perfect [Smile]

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I'm so glad you liked it.

I think graphic novels are compilations of comic books. So I use them interchangeably. I had to ask a ton of people's advice on what to get you. I'm glad it was what you wanted. [Smile]

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I should also mention that I won't be in Ontario until this weekend, so if anyone is wondering why I haven't posted yet, that's why.
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I got my package today! I loved it. [Smile] It was from Carrie.

I always need a bookmark since I'm always being interrupted! And I think the chili peppers are cool. Do they keep the evil away, or maybe rats like in Enchantment? [Wink]

The snowflake for a note was a very nice touch.

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And you do not know how much self-control it took me not to shake it. I signed for it and felt how light it was, and I wanted to shake it so much to see if it slid around or rattled! I was tempted all day (at least the parts I was awake.) But I didn't.
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quote:
Originally posted by KarlEd:
Yay! Glad u like your gift [Smile] Hope u bake lots of stuff! Now u can bake me something chocolate [ROFL]

If you're ever in Seattle, I'll do just that. =)
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quote:
Originally posted by Dark as night:
I guess I too should say that I'm not at home, where my gift was probably sent to. I wasn't told it was there yet, so I'll just have to wait and be surprised after the 20th!

I'm in the same boat. I'll be home this weekend.
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quote:
I suspected you may have one or both of the potential items...
This, by the way, is why people often consider me enormously hard to shop for, even though my interests are pretty clear-cut and obvious; I have enough disposable income that when I want something small and silly, I buy it. This means that when traditional gift-giving times roll around, I already OWN all the small, silly things someone might think to give me, leaving them often only small, silly things I didn't think to buy and/or huge, expensive things they can't afford to give me any more than I could afford to buy myself.

I actually suspect that this is why so many Dads get ties, too. [Smile]

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[Frown] For Christmas I'm giving my dad a tie. That's what he said he wanted!
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quote:
Originally posted by Hank:
quote:
Originally posted by Dark as night:
I guess I too should say that I'm not at home, where my gift was probably sent to. I wasn't told it was there yet, so I'll just have to wait and be surprised after the 20th!

I'm in the same boat. I'll be home this weekend.
I'm in the opposite boat - I'm leaving tomorrow for Tijuana to build an elementary school and 2 houses. I won't get back home until next Thursday.
[The Wave]

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I received mine today. I am stunned at how beautiful it is.. literally. I mean, amazingly so.
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I just emailed everyone that I was not positive had mailed their gift going off of my list which is compiled by email.

The holiday beating stick should have begun, and you should be singing jinglebells twice a day, if you still don't mail your gift by December 24th, you will be talked to by the hatrack mafia.

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quote:
Originally posted by KetchupPrinceConsort:
I got my package today! I loved it. [Smile] It was from Carrie.

I always need a bookmark since I'm always being interrupted! And I think the chili peppers are cool. Do they keep the evil away, or maybe rats like in Enchantment? [Wink]

The snowflake for a note was a very nice touch.

Yay! I'm glad you like it! The peppers... well... they don't ward of evil, unless it's something Bruce Campbell's chasing. [Smile] They're a very Southwest thing to have up in the kitchen, and they look cool. No, they look hot. [Wink]

(And I love making snowflakes.)

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My present arrived today - sent by Narnia.

She sent homemade toffee, a CD she burned which includes her mom and her students singing, and a learn-to-crochet kit. I haven't had a chance to listen to the CD yet because I'm at work. And - please understand that I think this is hilarious - I bought that same kit about a week ago! This means that I can let Cayla have the kit I bought (she already stole it from me) and keep this one for myself without worrying about "where's that darn size G crochet hook?"

I am so very pleased with my gifts. Thanks Narnia!

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Which crochet kit was it? I've been looking at one.
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quote:
Originally posted by Dragon:
I got mine! Thank you erosomniac!

Sorry I made it hard for you by not listing interests, but I like surprises... And you were definitely right who wouldn't want this spiffy magnetic thing? The only problem is that now everyone on my hall is going to spend all their "should be studying" time in my room playing with it. [Razz]

Whew, glad it was okay. ^_^ Happy holidays!
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My office goons just delivered my secret santa gift from Boris! He took my "what I want" information to heart and sent me a book on feng shui to assist in my apartment-arranging.

Oddly appropriate, as I'm actually familiar with feng shui, but haven't had a reference book in several years since my friend borrowed my last one and then, uh, mysteriously vanished with it.

Thanks, Boris! ^_^

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Breyerchic, I can see your email message, but I can't read it or reply to it from work. In any case, sorry I forgot to email you. I did post in this thread when I sent my gift, though. I sent it Monday night, and sent it priority mail, so my recipient should be getting the package today.
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Thanks Noemon, I'll check you off.
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Xavier's gift is here and it's taking everything in me to not rip it open.
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I'm still biting my nails waiting for mine, though I suppose I deserve it for making my presentee wait until this morning for me to send mine off, I just couldn't decide what to get!
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Still no present [Frown]
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quote:
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Xavier's gift is here and it's taking everything in me to not rip it open.

EXACTLY how I felt!
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Oh, and Carrie, how do I hang the peppers? Do I put them on a hook or a nail or what? We're in an apartment with cheap construction so stuff tends to fall off and I don't want to invest too much time in hanging it as I'm still hoping to move in the next year... Maybe I need to invest in some of those "as seen on tv" "Hercules hooks."
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Oh, and is it just for decoration, or if I wanted stewed chili and chicken could I break a couple off and use 'em? Not that I don't like the decoration, but I'm also a chili fan. [Smile] (You can tell I'm the kitchen person in the family, huh?)
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CaySedai, I KNEW you would have bought that!! Drat. I'm glad you can enjoy two of them, not many people could. [Smile] The CD went with my Christmas cards this year, so you got one too. And, I like the toffee best refrigerated, but you can eat it how you like. I'm glad everything got there safe.
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I just got my gift! The Rabbit sent me three lovely skeins of yarn, one of which is raw silk that she dyed herself, and some fair-trade chocolate! Thank you so much, I can't wait to dive into all this stuff [Wink] (I am sorely tempted to open the chocolate now and spoil my appetite for dinner, but I'll try to be good.)
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quote:
Originally posted by Stray:
I just got my gift! The Rabbit sent me three lovely skeins of yarn, one of which is raw silk that she dyed herself,

COOL! Does anyone know of a source for raw silk yarn that you can dye yourself? I'd like to try that.
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I wish the mail system would hurry up with the package I sent. It should have been there by today at the latest. I really want to know if my person liked their gift. I'm hoping so, but I've been kind of second guessing myself ever since I bought it.
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festivus: It's in the car, but I bought mine at Hobby Lobby. It's got a booklet, which states that it has instructions for left-handed people (Cayla is a lefty), five or six regular-sized crochet hooks, an extra long crochet hook, two plastic needles, a knitting/crochet stitch gauge ... That's all from memory, so I think there are a couple more things but can't remember exactly what they are.

I looked at the Hobby Lobby site and it's possible that this kit is slightly different from the one that I bought. But it looks like it's got most of the same stuff. Anyway, I'll mark mine and Cayla can keep what she has. ;-)

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I got my gift from Icarus today [Smile] .

It is an assortment of candy from all over the world. There is some from China, Japan, France, Italy, England, Canada, Germany, Mexico, and Norway.

They all look very yummy, and while the one made from Goat milk is perhaps a little scary, I am still looking forward to trying it [Big Grin] .

Right when I opened it, I had a delightful chocolate covered wafer from France, and a little bite of milky chocolate from Italy. I'm thinking after dinner I will try something fruity. Perhaps the Juy-C grape candies from Japan.

I'd like to say that these candies will last me a while, but I'd be surprised if they lasted me much more than a week. I have a bit of a sweet tooth.

Thanks Joe!

PS: I am not Canadian, though I am from upstate NY, which has the same climate [Wink] . I've never heard of Canadian Smarties, but look forward to trying them.

PPS: I don't dislike dark chocolate, and have been known to enjoy it in small quantities, so no worries. So if someone gave me, say, a big dark chocolate bunny, I'd still probably eat the ears.

[ December 14, 2006, 08:07 PM: Message edited by: Xavier ]

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breyerchic, I sent CaySedai the Susan Bates "Teach yourself Crochet" kit. It has all the stuff she just described.
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